Legendary WWE superstar The Undertaker has brought an end to his 30-year-long career by announcing his retirement from wrestling during the final episode of the four-part documentary series, The Last Ride. There has been a considerable amount of talk surrounding The Undertaker a.k.a. The Phenom's retirement for several years now, but the veteran wrestling superstar has come back with a bang on each occasion in the squared circle ring. The Undertaker, who last went head-to-head with AJ Styles in Wrestlemania 36, said he has nothing more left to achieve in the WWE while adding that the "Cowboy is really walking away this time"

The Undertaker said, "Never say never, but at this point in my life and in my career, I have no desire to get back in the ring. I'm at a point, it's time this cowboy really rides away,". He added, "There's nothing left for me to conquer. There's nothing left for me to accomplish. The game has changed. It's time for new guys to come up. The time just seems right. I think this documentary has helped me discover that. It's really opened my eyes to the bigger picture,".

Making his debut in the WWE in 1990, The Undertaker became an instant sensation among fans after his first major appearance at the Survivor Series. There has not been a moment for the iconic wrestling superstar to look back since then and has chartered his own course in the sport during the course of a three-decade elusive long career. 

Having appeared as multiple characters and as part of several memorable storylines, Mark William Callaway, a.k.a The Undertaker holds the indisputable record of 25-2 at the biggest Pay-Per-View show of the WWE. His retirement has left countless WWE fans around the globe in a range of emotions from being shocked to surprised as well as emotional. Although some state this has been long in the waiting and was bound to happen, a few others are content with the Dead Man's undying legacy and are reminiscing in the memories he has gone on to create.