One of WWE's most famous wrestlers, The Undertaker, has announced his retirement. This decision will surely disappoint his fans a lot. The Undertaker told the fans in the last episode of his documentary that he had no intention of returning to the ring. After this, #Thank you undertaker started trending on Twitter and the fans thanked The Undertaker. The IPL franchise Mumbai Indians has congratulated the legendary Wrestler on this special occasion.
WWE confirmed this by writing "Thank you Undertaker" from his Twitter account, now that Daddman will no longer be seen fighting in the ring. Mumbai Indians posted the photo with Rohit Sharma's WWE belt, writing '30 Legendary Years.' They have also used the "Thank you Undertaker" hashtag.
When Mumbai Indians became IPL winners for the third time in 2017, WWE CEO Triple H himself congratulated Mumbai Indians on becoming champions and also sent a special gift. Triple H gifted the WWE Championship belt to Mumbai Indians in a gift.
The Undertaker, known as the Deadman for three decades, proved himself to be a different player in the sport with his style and fighting inside the ring. He joined this company in 1990. He then won the World Champion title seven times, while also winning the tag team title six times. He has an outstanding record of 25–2 at the biggest event of the sport at WrestleMania. He held a 21–0 record for two decades.