'At this point in my career, I have no desire to get back in the ring.'
Veteran American wrestler The Undertaker announced his retirement from the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) stating that he no longer has the desire to get back into the ring.
A seven-time WWE champion, announced his retirement in the final episode of the WWE Network docu-series The Last Ride.
The Phenom, famed for his epic feuds with the likes of Shawn Michaels, Kane, The Rock and Triple H, said he is at peace with not wrestling again.
"I am at a point that this time the cowboy really rides away. Would I come back? I guess time would only tell there. In case of emergency, break glass, you pull out The Undertaker. I would consider it. At this point in my career, I have no desire to get back in the ring," the Undertaker said in a video posted on the official website of WWE.
For all wrestling fans, the Undertaker has been one of the most iconic names and he enjoys a fan following like no other.
Following the news of the Undertaker's retirement, John Cena also took to Twitter to congratulate the veteran on a remarkable career.
"Every @WWE Superstar looks to make 'moments.' From the character, the performance, and non-stop dedication to craft, @Undertaker has done it for over 30 years. Excited to watch the final part of #TheLastRide on @WWENetwork," Cena tweeted.
The Undertaker, more popularly known as the 'Deadman', ruled supreme in WWE's showpiece event Wrestlemania -- winning 25 matches out of 27 matches contested in the event's history.
He was just defeated by Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns in Wrestlemania.
His winning streak had stretched up to 21-0, but it was finally broken by Brock Lesnar.
The Undertaker last contested in this year's Wrestlemania where he defeated AJ Styles in a 'Boneyard Match'.