The Undertaker on Retirement and if His Daughter Will Join the WWE (Exclusive)

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Entertainment Tonight published this video item, entitled “The Undertaker on Retirement and if His Daughter Will Join the WWE (Exclusive)” – below is their description.

Mark ‘The Undertaker’ Calaway chats with ET’s Denny Directo about reprising his iconic character in ‘Escape the Undertaker.’ Calaway reflects on his retirement from professional wrestling in 2020 after more than 30 years in the ring. He sends praises to his co-stars, The New Day, and reacts to Margot Robbie sharing she’s an ‘Undertaker’ fan. Calaway also plays a Halloween-themed round of rapid-fire questions! ‘Escape the Undertaker’ is now streaming on Netflix.

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