The Undertaker's "brother" Kane said seeing Undertaker possibly retire is sad, but inevitable.
In an interview with Gulf News, Kane spoke on the Undertaker's likely retirement after his WrestleMania 33 loss to Roman Reigns, saying that it is a sad moment because of how much he meant to WWE.
“(Smiling) Well, Undertaker can take care of himself! We all knew at some point that was inevitable, but nevertheless it’s sad because for me it’s like a chapter has closed, and I think a lot of WWE fans feel the same way,” Kane said.
Kane's career has been intertwined with Undertaker's for the better part of the past two decades. The two have been tag team champions in WWE, and been in numerous feuds against each other, which included matches at WrestleMania 14 and 20.
Kane has also been managed by the iconic Paul Bearer, who also managed Undertaker and said Bearer was his favorite manager.
"Paul Bearer [is my favorite manager]," Kane said. "Cause he’s my dad! But no, I owe a lot to Paul Bearer because when I came in he helped me learn the ropes. Being on the road we travel all the time of course, he helped me tremendously in that area, he didn’t have to do that but he did. So he took a lot of what would have been stress off of me so I could concentrate on doing the other things and I’m very grateful for that."
The full interview can be read at this link.