The Undertaker Has Discussed A Possible Teaching Role At WWE's Performance Center

Dead Man Coaching?

Once Undertaker's 30-year celebration at the 2020 Survivor Series comes and goes, what will be next for "The Deadman"? Well, if he has a say in it, he wouldn't mind teaching.

The 55-year-old wrestling legend appears to be definitively done as an in-ring wrestler, but he would still like to contribute to the business in a mentor's capacity.

Speaking with The Wrap, Undertaker revealed that he and Triple H have discussed the possibility of the Phenom himself helping prospects and developmental talents out down in Orlando.

"You know, that’s the pickle that I’m in right now, is trying to [figure] out what lane I want to take," Undertaker said. "I’ve been on the road for so long, that really doesn’t appeal to me, traveling and doing all that. I love to teach. Triple H and I have had many conversations about me working with the talent there at NXT, in Orlando at the PC. And I really enjoy that. 

"And we’re just trying to figure out how it works because I’d have to come in and go out. I live in Texas. So I’m sure I will do more of that moving forward. I think there’s a lot of– I think I have a lot to offer. The product is changing and evolving, but I think there’s a lot of what I bring to the table that is still applicable to the product and these guys need to hear it and see it from somebody who has made it work. So we’ll see what happens there."

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