Why The Undertaker Won’t Sign Autographs For WWE Fans?

The Undertaker has been acting a little differently since he formally left WWE. The “Man From The Dark Side,” who used to be a fervent supporter of kayfabe, hasn’t always been afraid to let the curtain down in interviews, films, and one-man performances. He returned to “WWE Raw” for the program’s 30th anniversary, but this time he didn’t go as the customary “Devil of Death Valley,” but as the “American Badass.”

It wasn’t long before “The Phenom” made it known that he had put his hat and coat away for good and that they would never be seen again. He is no longer known as “The Deadman,” which explains why. The Undertaker recently revealed in an interview with “The Bet Las Vegas” that when he attends events involving his children, he no longer engages with fans that approach him.

He said that because he spent all those years travelling for WWE, he missed out on many significant events in his children’s life. He understandably wants to be as present as possible now that he can be seen. It has become a thing every weekend for my kids to do sports, he said. “Hey, can I have [an autograph or a picture]? people will ask as they approach. I appreciate your support, but [at this time] I’m not Undertaker. I hope you understand that I’m a dad this weekend.”

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Except for such instances, the great doesn’t have any issues being courteous towards his followers. “A whopping 95% of individuals, in my opinion, truly comprehend. There are times when you encounter someone who is so haughty that they think you’re a dick. I guess I’m right if you don’t comprehend.”

The Undertaker enjoys enormous popularity outside of WWE. The Phenom appeared at a number of shows and events outside of WWE after his retirement. His most unexpected appearance of the whole thing was when he collaborated with renowned video game streamer Dr. Disrespect. A former vice president of WWE recently disclosed Taker’s readiness for this partnership.

Furthermore, Taker had made a contentious claim about not enjoying video games before meeting the doctor. Rob Klingman recently spoke in an interview about The Undertaker’s decision to work with Dr. Disrespect in spite of The Deadman’s distaste for video games. Klingman is currently the VP of Marketing Operations at G Fuel and previously held the position of Vice President of All Sponsorship Sales at WWE.

Sheena Bhandari is a Pro Wrestling Editor and enthusiast, working here at Clout News.