The Undertaker has been caught chopping a keen fan 'so hard' on TikTok.
The iconic wrestler, who retired from WWE in 2020 after an incredible thirty year career, clearly still has it, with his falling hand toppling the fan onto the floor.
"It's a honour," the fan declares at the start of the video as The Undertaker limbers up for the move. "Chop, chop, chop, chop!"
After a brief hesitation, in which another man grabs the back of the wrestler's trousers to keep him standing upright, the four-time WWE Championship winner leans in and delivers a devastating chop to the fan's chest. The latter can only stumble backwards, before landing on the floor, reeling in pain.
"I survived," the wounded fan says as he jumps back to his feet, courtesy of an open hand from The Undertaker.
Whilst this was not one of the 56 year old's iconic moves, the power in the wrestler's chop shows he could still compete in the ring today.
However, the superstar, who famously won 21 consecutive matches, is unlikely to ever return to the sport, having admitted earlier this year that he can't cope with the physicality of wrestling anymore.
"About halfway through that night with AJ (Styles, who The Phenom defeated at Wrestlemania 36), I knew that was it for me," he told Sports Illustrated. "It became really obvious throughout the course of that night that I could no longer physically do things the way I want to do them, and I refuse to ever shortcut our fans."
He made similar comments during an interview with Joe Rogan last January.
"There were people I talked to along the way," he said. "I was like 'look, if I get to a point where my skills have diminished and I can't recognise it, I want you to tell me or at least bring the conversation up'. It got to a point where nobody wants to have that conversation.
"I could go out for another few years and knock somebody on their a** or choke slam somebody but I can't do it, personally. I can't because I know there's so many guys coming up that are trying to get that spot. I can't go out there and go 'ok I've got all this equity built up from all these years, I'm just going to live off of that'. It's been a hell of a ride."
Although he remains retired, Mark Calaway is still signed to the WWE.
Never say never...