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10 Biggest Regrets From The Undertaker's WWE Career

An iconic WWE career, but The Undertaker's 30 years ended with plenty of regrets.

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After teasing it for months, The Undertaker (seemingly) bowed out at Survivor Series, closing the book on what is arguably the greatest professional wrestling career of all time.

'The Demon of Death Valley' pretty much accomplished everything there is to accomplish in his three decades of dominance over WWE, winning multiple major championships, offering up an endless supply of classic matches (that will no doubt live on in the hearts and minds of fans forever) and enjoying a career that was nothing short of phenomenal.

It's a career that is probably as close to perfect as you're going to get in the wrestling industry, and yet even then, you can bet 'The Deadman' has some regrets - something he himself has acknowledged on both the WWE Network's The Last Ride docuseries and the abundance of interviews he has done as of late.

With that in mind, dust off your hat, put on that coat and let's go for one last ride down memory lane as we look back at the some of the things that even 'The Phenom' regrets about his legendary career...

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Michael Patterson is an experienced writer with an affinity for all things film and TV. He may or may not have spent his childhood obsessing over WWE.