The Undertaker is a true legend in the world of professional wrestling as he gave more than thirty years of his life to the business. He ended his career at Survivor Series last year, bringing an end to his legacy. His last match was against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 in a Boneyard Match, which received a lot of critical praise and also praises from fans and WWE Superstars alike. He also threatened two top WWE Superstars.
Cinta de Oro, formerly known as Sin Cara recently spoke to Inside The Ropes‘ Lead Writer Gary Cassidy about how he had a memorable interaction with The Undertaker and also about facing other WWE Hall Of Famers such as Jim Duggan and Sgt Slaughter.
“I had great experiences with a lot of them. Everybody, most of them were really nice, really cool.”
“I remember the last appearance that I was at, I was still coming back from injury and the last WrestleMania that was in New York. And I was sitting down at the table and waiting. We were at Axxess and I was sitting down waiting to do my signing, and then I just see this big guy comes right next to me, like this, and then put out his hand. It was Undertaker.”