The Undertaker says it’s too hard to walk away from WrestleMania


In a rare interview with the media, The Undertaker talked to the Houston Chronicle about wrestling, raffling off his West Coast Chopper bike, WrestleMania, and much more.

He agreed to do the interview only because he can raise more awareness about the raffle which all proceeds go to America’s Mighty Warriors and attaching his name to it he figured it would raise more money.

When asked why he still is doing professional wrestling considering all his injuries and surgeries, Taker said that because he loves doing it and it’s very hard to walk away from WrestleMania.

“And if I didn’t perform at WrestleMania, in some strange weird way, I’d feel like I was letting Vince McMahon down,” the Undertaker said. “I’ve been in the WWE for so long, and he’s done so much for me.”

The funniest question was when Taker was quizzed on what does he do when he is not the Undertaker. Apart from sending a lot of time with his family and children and being horrible in golf, the former WWE champion said, “…most of my time is spent healing up…so I can be the Undertaker again.”

You can read the full interview at