Pro Wrestling

The Undertaker To Retire

armando molinaContributor IDecember 22, 2008

The Undertaker is arguably the best superstar in WWE history. He has been in the company for nearly two decades and has held plenty of championship gold. But like all good things, his career must come to an end.

It is rumored that the Undertaker will retire within the next two years. His knees are in extremely bad shape and his appearances have dwindled. Like many others, I think that the Undertaker should retire at Wrestlemania.

The question is, who should he face at his last match?

I think that a good last storyline would be Undertaker vs. Vladamir Kozlov. I chose Kozlov because if the creative team decides to put an end to the Undertaker's Wrestlemania winning streak, it should be to a young, up-and-coming superstar like Kozlov.

Kozlov would be perfect. He's already been in WWE Championship matches.  Plus, it looks as if Kozlov will remain undefeated for quite some time.

It could start out as Kozlov attacking the Undertake during his match. Then, next week, he could explain that he attacked the Undertaker because he wants to be the most dominant force in the WWE.

The feud could go back and forth until it's time for Wrestlemania, and Undertaker could challenge Kozlov to a Hell in a Cell Match—or bring back the Buried Alive match.

I'm not sure exactly how the Undertaker would announce his retirement, but it would probably be in some significant way.

Well, there you have it. How do you think the Undertaker should leave the WWE? 

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