Signage is displayed on the exterior of the Madison Square Garden Co. venue in New York, U.S., on Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017. Madison Square Garden Co. is scheduled to release earnings figures on February 3. Photographer: Mark Kauzlarich/Bloomberg via Getty Images

PHOTO: Madison Square Garden Pays Tribute to The Undertaker


Following the conclusion of his “Undertaker: The Last Ride” docuseries on Sunday night, Madison Square Garden paid tribute to The Undertaker. The “World’s Most Famous Arena” posted a message, which you can see below, that says “Thank You Taker” for “30 years of legendary moments.”

While he hasn’t outright confirmed that he’s retired, he strongly hinted that he’s done wrestling. At the end of the docuseries, he said “time would tell” if he would come back if Vince McMahon was in a pinch, “At this point in my career, I have no desire to get back in the ring.”

UPDATE: also posted the following regarding this:

As the WWE Universe celebrates the incredible legacy of The Undertaker in the wake of the groundbreaking WWE Network docuseries The Last Ride, Madison Square Garden honored The Deadman with a message on its iconic marquee.

The World’s Most Famous Arena has been home to many iconic Undertaker moments, including the bone-chilling return of his Deadman persona to battle Kane at WrestleMania XX. Although there’s much that can be said about The Deadman’s near-30-year WWE career, the three words illuminating the front of MSG say it all:

Thank you, Taker.

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