As of this date, it has now been 30 years since The Undertaker's first televised match with WWE. In the three decades since, Mark Calaway has forged a professional wrestling legacy that will never be equaled.
But would he add on to it?
Speaking with CBS Sports, Undertaker was asked about the possibility of "one more match", especially if it were Vince McMahon posing the question.
"You know, I have to deal not only with my thoughts and my conscience, but I also have to deal with Vince's thoughts and his conscience," The Undertaker said. "A lot of times, they're not always on the same page. Vince's line is, 'You never say never.' But where I'm at, I don't see myself getting to a point where I'm going to be physically better in a couple of years than I am now. I'm going to be a couple of years older and a couple of years slower.
"So yeah, I mean, I just don't see it. Not in the capacity where I'm going to get in the ring and actually work. Whether I have some sort of role, that's a different thing, but my days in the ring I think are long gone now."