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Backstage Update On The Undertaker's Future After WWE Survivor Series 2020

Was Survivor Series 2020 really the last we'll see of The Undertaker in WWE? It's up to Vince...

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Stop us if you think that you've heard this one before, but the WWE locker-room believes that last night's Survivor Series 2020 really was The Undertaker's Final Farewell.

This is according to WrestlingNews.co's Paul Davis, who spoke to several people within the promotion shortly after the show.

Davis noted that the general belief is that Vince McMahon won't ask 'Taker to ever wrestle again. While it is thought that the WWE Chairman and CEO found it difficult to let go fo the character, he understands that it is finally time for the 55-year-old to say goodbye to the squared circle. Thus, many feel like the Final Farewell is going to stick.

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Some wrestlers jested "never say never," which is understandable. This is professional wrestling. Retirements don't stick in professional wrestling, so 'The Deadman's' would be an anomaly. If he's able to stay away for good, his last bout would be the Boneyard Match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36.

It is noted that not everyone backstage is convinced that Undertaker will be able to stay away, particularly when Saudi Arabian shows are back on the table. Still, for now, 'Taker is officially "done."

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