The Undertaker: Retiring In Front Of No Fans Made It Easier

The Undertaker on retiring from WWE during the pandemic.

Speaking to CBS Sports, The Undertaker talked about how retiring during the pandemic actually made it an easier process, but that he expects his WWE Hall of Fame induction to subsequently be a more emotional affair. 

"The retirement was during the pandemic and it was what it was. That was easy. I mean, it was hard for me to say that I'm retiring, but it was easy because there was nobody there. Now I'm going to be making eye contact with 15,000 to 20,000 people and try to keep my composure. There are going to be some emotional moments, I'm sure. At this point, I'm extremely honoured that I'm being inducted. I'm honoured and I'm excited to be able to share some things with the fans who have been with me all these years. It's really exciting."

Undertaker is set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this Friday, with Vince McMahon revealing to Pat McAfee that he himself will induct the Deadman. 

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