World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) superstar The Undertaker seems to have finally called time on his professional career after announcing he has no desire to compete again. Also Read - WWE's Kayla Braxton Tests Positive For Coronavirus For Second Time, Deactivates Twitter Account After Cyberbullying

In the final episode of “The Last Ride” documentary, broadcast on WWE Network, the 55-year-old said though he may not intend to wrestle again, the door is still open.  If he has indeed retired, his epic showdown with AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match at the Wrestlemania 36 becomes his last WWE contest. Also Read - WWE Releases Jack Gallagher on Allegations of Sexual Assault

“There was a lot of thought, a lot of emotion that went through my head, one of those being, ‘Are you happy enough with that?’ It was just a powerful moment, and you don’t always necessarily get those. Man, if there was ever a perfect ending to a career, that right there is it,” Undertaker said in the documentary on his match with Styles. Also Read - WWE Rocked by Abuse Allegations Against NXT Superstar Jordan Devlin

Born Mark Calaway, The Undertaker went on to become an iconic character in WWE history, achieving global stardom. During his storied 30-year-career, he thrice won the World Heavyweight Championship, clinched the WWF/WWE Championship four times, won WWF Hardcore Championship once and is a six-time WWF World Tag Team champion as well.

He also won the 2007 Royal Rumble.

“If Vince [McMahon] was in a pinch, would I come back? I guess time will only tell, there. In case of emergency, break glass, you pull out the Undertaker, I would have to consider that. Never say never, but at this point in my life and my career, I have no desire to get back in the ring. … I’ve got a pit in my stomach right now,” he said.