Stephanie McMahon has seen many wrestlers come through WWE throughout the years, but she said there won't be anyone like The Undertaker ever again.
In an interview with British publication The Mirror, McMahon said she and the rest of the WWE locker room holds The Undertaker in high regards and admires what he has done for the business.
“There will never be another Undertaker… and everyone feels the same whether it’s backstage or out in the arena," McMahon said. "I think that everyone that is part of the WWE Universe is a fan of The Undertaker. There will never be anyone [else] like him.”
McMahon also likened The Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway, as a brother to her and would joke about the Undertaker's age.
"Yeah [he's known me since I was a little girl]. Ha ha. He would say ‘maybe not that little’. He’d say ‘I’m not that old’. I’ve known him for a very long time. He’s almost like a brother to me,” McMahon said.
The Undertaker has not appeared on WWE television since losing to Roman Reigns in the closing match of WrestleMania 33. McMahon, though still the nominal commissioner of Monday Night Raw, has not appeared on screen in the six weeks since Mania, either.
The entire interview can be seen at this link.