The Undertaker Likes Fan Comment Stating WWE Should 'Let Him Retire'

Following his disappointing match with Goldberg at WWE Super ShowDown last night, The Undertaker has responded by liking an Instagram comment that states WWE should 'let him retire in peace.'

Last nights match between Undertaker and Goldberg in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia had been billed as a dream match between two legends.

However, the PPV match was less than stellar, with numerous botches leading to 'The Deadman's' victory over the WWE Hall Of Famer.

Many had been looking forward to the first ever meeting between the legends.

Undertaker and Goldberg were squaring off for the first time (Image Credit: WWE)
Undertaker and Goldberg were squaring off for the first time (Image Credit: WWE)

The match was topped off by Undertaker's reaction post-match, which has been doing the rounds on social media.

The frustration seems to have carried over to Instagram, as the 54-year-old has liked a comment on WWE's official page claiming he should be allowed to retire.

The comment reads:

"Can you please stop bringing Undertaker back now? Jesus Christ after everything he's done for the company just let him retire in peace. Literally, the match was terrible because those guys are in their 50's, they can't compete at main event level anymore."

Undertaker seemingly agreed with the fan as he liked the comment from his account.

Here is the post, with the comment below.

The comment that Undertaker liked
The comment that Undertaker liked

The Undertaker has been in the WWE since 1990, with his career spanning over multiple generations.

His highlights included a Wrestlemania winning streak that spanned to 21-0 before his defeat to Brock Lesnar in 2014.

His match with the WCW icon received a negative reaction online, with many criticising the length of the match as well as Undertaker dropping Goldberg hard on his head with the Tombstone Piledriver.

Despite his legendary career and surefire Hall Of Fame status, many fans have argued that now is the time for Undertaker to officially retire from the ring

Judging by his reaction to last nights match, he may feel the same too.

Featured Image Credit: Image Credit: WWE

Daniel Marland

Daniel has been a SPORTBible contributor for a number of months and covers a variety of sports including football & wrestling, where he has spoken to WWE wrestlers Bayley & Triple H. He also has past experience working at Manchester United, where he once held a door open for Nicky Butt.

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