The Undertaker is currently doing the media rounds to help promote his appearance at the upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view, which is being billed as his 'final farewell'.
The Undertaker's last bout came at WrestleMania 36, where he beat AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match. Since then, all indications are that The Phenom has retired from active in-ring competition.
As a result, his attention has turned towards what to do next and, as recently discussed during an interview with The Wrap, that could include coaching at WWE's Performance Center.
According to The Undertaker, he has reached out to Paul 'Triple H' Levesque about coming in. There are, however, logistical challenges as 'Taker lives in Texas, while the PC is located in Orlando, Florida.
"You know, that’s the pickle that I’m in right now, is trying to figure out what lane I want to take. 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".
The Deadman has previously done a spot of guest coaching at the PC, as seen in the WWE Network documentary series The Last Ride.
He added during the interview with The Wrap that he believes he can offer a lot as the product evolves and changes, stating that current hopefuls would benefit from seeing and hearing it from someone who has made it work.