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WWE Rumors: The Undertaker Retiring After Return to SmackDown Live?

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There are several WWE Rumors circulating online today, but the most interesting one involves that of The Undertaker and his return to SmackDown Live. Since his return earlier this week, there are speculations that this signifies the start of his retirement. Although contradicting, the question is, how true is that?

On Tuesday, the Dead Man finally returned to WWE. This gave birth to speculations that he will again be a regular on the show and will be included in a huge storyline. However, in a recent statement of reporter Dave Meltzer, The Undertaker is going to appear on special events only.

Meltzer further stated that because of the Dead Man?s age, he cannot do a full-time schedule anymore. Should that be the case, then fans should not expect him to show up on live events. Instead, he would have limited appearances only.

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The Undertaker is now 51 years old and obviously, his body could not endure a full-time work schedule. Considering his health, some WWE rumors suggest that the great wrestler is already planning to retire. Although he just recently returned to the center stage, fans believe that it is already a preparation for his retirement.

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As mentioned, the Dead Man will only have limited appearances. So, fans can expect him present in huge events like the Royal Rumble and WrestleMania. As he goes on tour for his upcoming matches, rumor has it that it is already a farewell tour for The Undertaker. Also, WrestleMania will conclude this tour and it will be the Dead Man?s retirement match.

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On a good note, none of these speculations were confirmed by the showrunners. For now, take all information with a grain of salt and just wait for an official announcement. Let us just be glad that The Undertaker is back again and enjoy every match at hand. Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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