The Undertaker is synonymous with WrestleMania. The Deadman has been competing at The Showcase Of The Immortals since 1991 and racked up 21 straight victories before losing to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30. 'Taker has continued to cement his legacy at the event since then, however, defeating the likes of John Cena and AJ Styles to hold a 25-2 record.
His WrestleMania 36 bout against The Phenomenal One ultimately took place in a boneyard after the ongoing coronavirus pandemic forced WWE to move 'Mania from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida to the Performance Center. The Phenom doesn't know if he'll do a cinematic match again though as he told Jan Murphy at SLAM! Sports that he wouldn't look forward to wrestling in an empty warehouse.
The Undertaker said: "It would be tough to try to look forward to going and performing a match in an empty warehouse."
The American Badass doesn't even know if he'll wrestle at The Showcase Of The Immortals again, regardless of the type of match, and reiterated it would need to be something "really, really juicy" to convince him to step inside the squared circle one more time.