There are a select few names in professional wrestling that are universally recognized. The Undertaker is one of these figures. He is one of the most famous wrestlers in WWE history.
People all over the world consider The Undertaker to be the best wrestler of all time. His ring presence, character, skills, and loyalty are also lauded. Throughout his career, he had many achievements in the wrestling industry. Very few wrestlers would be fortunate enough to talk with the legend about his journey, whereas a rising star is soon going to have The Undertaker as his mentor.
Undertaker appointed as a mentor to WWE star Omos
Omos is a performer unlike any other rising wrestling star that fans have seen before in WWE. The 29-year-old is one of the tallest WWE stars with a height of seven feet and three inches, and the most promising star the company has ever had. His journey in WWE is not that long, but it has been dynamically intense.
Since his debut, Omos has been a tag team champion with AJ Styles. He has also faced Brock Lesnar, Seth Rollins, and Bobby Lashley in big matches. Although he is still relatively early in his WWE career, he has undoubtedly picked up a wealth of knowledge from The Undertaker and the other wrestlers he has faced.
The Hall of Famer has been a mentor to several upcoming WWE stars but has taken Omos under his wing to help his development. The Undertaker has very high hopes for Omos in WWE. According to cultaholic, Alex McCarthy tweeted out quotes from an interview with Sportsmail in which The Undertaker discussed Omos.
“I’m really high on Omos. He’s still developing that talent and my gosh what a great human being he is. Actually, I’m killing him off ’cause he’s a bad guy right now, but he is a really nice human being and he is a sponge, he wants to get better,” said The Undertaker about Omos.
“He wants to do all of the things that I look for when I see somebody that I really want to mentor, but it’s difficult because it’s just so hard to book him in a way that he should be booked. He is an attraction, he’s not an every-week tv kind of guy, he needs to be special,” he further added.
Undertaker officially retired at the age of 55
The Undertaker is a legendary star who has been a part of the industry for more than over 30 years. However, in recent years, there has been confusion among fans about whether or not The Undertaker has retired from the WWE.
On November 22, 2020, at the age of 55, The Undertaker officially retired from the WWE. At the WWE’s PPV event Survivor Series, The Undertaker made his last appearance and bid farewell to the fans. This news was a major shock to many wrestling fans around the world, as The Undertaker had been on the roster of the WWE for a long time. As of now, there has been no news of him making a return.
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