Jim Ross signs 2-year deal with WWE

Posted April 04, 2017

Luckily, a significant number of Mania's fans in attendance take it upon themselves to turn WWE into a participation event, whether through bringing their own signs, acting out cosplay fantasy matches or booing Roman Reigns.

Emotions will be high for a while, especially as The Deadman decided not to exit the ring and instead he proceeded to take off his gloves, hat and his coat and leave them inside of the ring at the event that has become synonymous with him.

According to the Mirror, Taker was deservedly applauded out of the ring at the end as chants of "Thank you, Taker" rang out across the 75,000-crowd Citrus Bowl.

Fans and fellow wrestlers tweeted their appreciation for Calaway's long career with photos and tributes on social media with the hashtag #ThankYouTaker.

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The Undertaker debuted with WWE in 1990 as "Kane the Undertaker".

Wrestlemania 33 witnessed some really great matches, a shock return by The Hardy Boyz, John Cena proposing to Nikki Bella, Seth Rollins defeating Triple H and Brock Lesnar finally defeating Goldberg. Including last night's loss to Reigns, he has a record of 23 wins and two losses at Wrestlemania.

Coming into WrestleMania 33, The Undertaker had lost just once in 24 matches.

Ric Flair shared on the site: "My Man Taker, the biggest Star in the History of the WWE.Goes out in style like he always does".