Undertaker Thought He'd Have Some Gas In The Tank For Some Opponents After AJ Styles But Didn't Have Anybody In Mind

Undertaker discusses whether or not he had any future opponents in mind after his WrestleMania match with AJ Styles at WWE WrestleMania 36.

The Undertaker has had one of the most prolific careers in WWE history. His final match came at WWE WrestleMania 36 when he faced AJ Styles in the cinematic Boneyard Match. At the time, it was not known that that would be The Undertaker's last match.

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Even Undertaker on the latest episode of his Patreon exclusive Q&A says that he thought he might have some gas in the tank for some more matches after AJ Styles. However, The Undertaker admits that he didn't have any opponents in mind because he was solely focused on getting ready for a match with AJ Styles that at the time, he thought would take place in a traditional setting.

The Undertaker knew his body had had enough once the Boneyard Match was complete.

"I wasn't thinking ahead. The only thing I was thinking was, 'There may be more gas in the tank for some other opponents,' but I didn't have anybody in mind. I was completely focused on AJ and the shape that I thought I was going to have to be in to have the match that I wanted to have with him, which would have been initially in a wrestling ring. So I mean, my whole focus was on that."

Undertaker recently praised AJ Styles as someone he has great respect for as a performer and as a human being. Read his comments here.

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