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The Undertaker Is Getting Old & Slow, But Does It Really Matter? – Part 5

#1 The Undertaker Puts Everything On The Line Every Single Time

Whether you’re a fan of The Undertaker or not, you have to admit that he puts everything on the line every single time, must like he’s been doing for almost 3 decades in the WWF/E.

A good example to prove this would be The Undertaker match with Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam 2015. The Undertaker was 50 years old at that point and still didn’t shy away from taking hard hitting bumps (which even included him taking an F5 through the announce table) and that too from “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar. The Undertaker collapsed on his way to the back after that match and this shows exactly what he’s willing to do to entertain the fans and give back to the company that gave him the chance to become the Legend that he is today.

A recent example would be in the 2017 Royal Rumble match. The Undertaker was dealing with hip issues (stemming from his hip surgery in 2016) and he still took a Spear from Goldberg.

While it’s okay to be considered about the health of The Phenom, but one should remember that he’s been doing this for 33 years now and knows how to work safe and stay away from getting injured.

After reading all these points, if you’re still not sold on the thought that The Undertaker won’t fail to impress at WrestleMania 33, then nothing will.

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