Booker T Believes The Undertaker Will Not Break His Retirement For Match At WWE WrestleMania 38
'Taker retired at Survivor Series 2020
Booker T does not believe The Undertaker will compete at WWE WrestleMania 38 because it is 'too early' for him to come back for a match after his retirement.
Undertaker retired at Survivor Series 2020, having wrestled his final match in a cinematic Boneyard bout with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36, and has since suggested that he does not see himself returning to the ring.
With WrestleMania 38 set to emanate from his home state of Texas, some fans on social media have speculated that the Deadman could be tempted to come back for one final outing in front of a live audience, but Booker T cannot see it happening so soon after his initial retirement.
Speaking on his Hall Of Fame podcast, Booker T said: "You know, honestly, I don't think we're going to see The Undertaker in-ring at WrestleMania 38.
"The thing is, can The Undertaker come back and have one more match? I'm sure he could. That's what wrestlers do, whether they can do it or not, it's almost, like, 'Okay, there's the ring right there, just push me, and I'll do the rest.' That's the way wrestlers are.
"Can The Undertaker go out there and do another match? Yes, I think he could. But I think for the nostalgia of The Undertaker, it's too early to see him in the ring right now and really get the bang for our buck. If he came back and did it now, I don't think we'll get that same feeling."