WrestleMania 32 is likely to mark the end of WWE's most respected character. The event in Dallas, Texas, is the perfect location for The Undertaker to retire from wrestling, a home state send off that will allow him to rest in peace. Aged fifty-one at the time of the April 3rd 2016 show, the belief in the wrestling industry is that Mark Calaway has been specifically waiting for the occasion in front of 100,000 of his Texan fans. There's also talk of inducting The Undertaker into the WWE 2016 Hall Of Fame, awarding him with an honorary career spotlight on the eve of his last match. With all of that build and preparation starting in just six months time, there's already a sense of finality about The Undertaker's legacy in WWE. Fans are already reflecting on what was a remarkable career. The defining aspect of his legacy will always be the legendary WrestleMania undefeated streak, which unceremoniously ended at 21-1 when Brock Lesnar shocked the world at WrestleMania 30. He also racked up an impressive seven WWE / World Championships, but at the same time, many fans can't help but feel that there were a string of missed opportunities with The Undertaker in WWE. Here's looking at what could have been.