One of the greatest to ever enter the ring, the Undertaker is an immortal figure in the history of professional wrestling. For his sheer longevity and ability to remain a marquee draw for pretty much his entire career, Undertaker is considered to be right up there in the Mount Rushmore of professional wrestling.
While many people wondered when he would finally retire from the ring, everyone was caught by surprise when he left gloves and hat in the middle of the ring after his loss to Roman Reigns last Wrestlemania.
In what was one of the most emotional moments in WWE history, the Undertaker made what seemed like his final walk away from the ring, as the WWE Universe in attendance gave him a standing ovation for everything that he had done for them.
That is why when the lights went out and his gong was heard last night on SmackDown, everyone got off their seats in the anticipation to see the Deadman again.
But it was not to be, as it was Dolph Ziggler mocking the legendary entrance of the Deadman. The fans’ disgust knew no bounds, as Ziggler took off his hat and disappointed everyone in attendance.