As seen at the “Ultimate Thrill Ride” WrestleMania 33, The Undertaker wrestled his final match against “The Guy” Roman Reigns in the main event and lost.
The Undertaker then removed his coat, hat and gloves and left them in the ring, thus signaling his official retirement.
We noted before how The Undertaker had a hip surgery last year, but was still facing some issues (as seen during the 2017 Royal Rumble match where he had some problems while moving due to his hip). The Undertaker didn’t want to get the major hip replacement surgery until his in-ring career was over (as one can’t move or take a bump like they used to with an artificial hip).
Now that his in-ring career is over, The Undertaker is finally going to get a hip replacement surgery soon.
Word going on now is that The Undertaker will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2018 (during the WrestleMania 34 weekend) and will be the headliner for his class.