The Undertaker Doesn't Rule Out One More Match At WWE Hall Of Fame Ceremony

One more match for The Undertaker?

The Undertaker might have retired at Survivor Series 2020 but that doesn't necessarily mean the 57-year-old is finished inside the squared circle. 

'Taker was inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame as part of the 2022 class during Friday's ceremony and following an emotional speech, The Phenom donned his trademark hat and leather jacket.

This led to chants of "one more match" from the fans in attendance and 'Taker replied, "never say never."

The Undertaker spoke about having one more match earlier this week, noting he thinks he "could probably squeeze one out" but The Dead Man admitted getting his body to deliver in the squared circle would be difficult. 

"Do I have one more match in me? If I had to, I could probably squeeze one out. In my mind and heart, I could go forever, but trying to get the body to deliver what my mind and heart see is the difficult point after all these years. I never want to tarnish the legacy I created and be less than what people expect. I really doubt there is any scenario that puts me back in the ring, but this is the WWE and you never say never," he said.

As it stands, The Undertaker's final match was at WrestleMania 36 when he defeated AJ Styles in a widely-praised Boneyard Match.

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