The Dead Man: Could The Undertaker's Own Funeral Be Soon?

PJ JamesCorrespondent IAugust 23, 2008

Anybody who watches wrestling knows the name The Undertaker. This man has been a wrecking force from the day he stepped into a ring. However, over the last two years, the presence of the Undertaker has almost become passive.

Don't get me wrong—no one ever forgets The Undertaker. When he is gone, people are constantly wondering his return. But we have to remember that even though this amazing character lives in our hearts, he is still a human being.

I saw recent pictures from the August 22nd edition of Smackdown and started to note right away the physical changes we see in the Dead Man.

Look at his chest, those muscle are starting to sag just a tad. Reminds me of Ric Flair flopping around telling us he can still get the young girls. Also, The Undertaker's physical features are notable. We can see age starting to knock on his door, along with the hairline that halfway up his head.

Now, before any 'Taker fans start getting mad, I am not saying this man shouldn't wrestle. But I am honoring the legend that is the Undertaker and the many, many years he has entertained us. This man, though age is catching him like any human, still takes bumbs and bruises. But don't be suprised if the Phenom doesn't bury his last soul in the ring here soon.

It will be interesting to see how much more 'Taker has left, and when his day comes, who will be the man who does the honors of giving him the last match.