The Undertaker’s new hairstyle on display as he hangs out with Ric Flair in Texas

The Undertaker is more than any other superstar in the professional wrestling industry and is a true legend in the business. In a career that spanned three decades, The Undertaker has seen it all and done it all. The Undertaker is now officially retired from professional wrestling.

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Now he’s enjoying his retirement years after entertaining fans for decades. He finally broke his kayfabe and lives happily in the state of Texas.

The Deadman is now active on social media and constantly attends interviews and podcasts. Recently, he appeared at The Autograph Show in Pasadena, Texas where Ric Flair accompanied. While it’s great to see Taker there, what surprised many fans was his hairstyle.

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Ric Flair is currently in the State of Texas for The Autograph Show. The Undertaker showed up at the Pasadena Show to meet Flair and sign autographs.

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ric flair shared a photo on Instagram from the autograph signing show. The caption said, “Reunited in Texas! WOOOOOO! @funeral directors @fitermansports

The Undertaker looks in great shape in the photo. Being away from the ring made him heal quickly from his injuries and now Taker is finally training just to be healthy. Also, Taker’s new hairstyle was the highlight of the show.

It’s great to see The Deadman finally living a life he sacrificed for many years so he could be on the road and wrestling every night on every show.

What does The Undertaker do after his retirement?

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The Deadman announced his retirement in 2020 in the WWE Network documentary The Last Ride. It shocked the entire WWE Universe when the Deadman finally hung up his boots. After retirement, Taker began appearing in interviews and podcasts. He also announced that Kane would be joining the Hall of Fame Class of 2021 on WWE The Bump.

He joined social media and started uploading his photos and videos from his wrestling days. He is also seen interacting with his fans in the comments section.

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The Undertaker, for three decades, put his body on the line so that us fans could get classic matches and segments. There will be no other wrestler who will match or recreate the aura The Deadman created in professional wrestling. The Undertaker is a legendary character that will stick with fans forever.