The non-title fight between The Undertaker and Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 was a brutal one. The Deadman received numerous Superman punches and even got speared through a table.

Although, the veteran wrestler lost the fight, fans inside the Camping World Stadium appreciated the awesome display of pro-wrestling from the WWE legend, who despite his age and severe injury participated in the PPV event.

He made a WWE return on the 900th episode of SmackDown Live on 15 November 2016.

Ever since The Undertaker made his comeback, rumours were doing the round about the wrestler ending his career with a fight at WrestleMania 33.

It seems like the retirement rumours could indeed be true because after the fight with The Big Dog, the stadium lights went dim and The Undertaker walked around the squared circle before he removed his signature attire - long black coat, his hat and MMA-style gloves - and placed them in the middle of the ring.

He also broke his character as he kissed his wife Michelle McCool – who was seated among the audience - before he walked up the ramp and disappeared from view as fans cheered.

Neither the entertainment company nor the superstar have officially confirmed the wrestler's retirement from active wrestling.

The Undertaker has been with the company for the past 27 years. He has headlined numerous WrestleMania events and his record at the PPV event stands at 23-2. Brock Lesnar was the only other wrestler to beat The Undertaker on the grandest stage of them all.

WWE stars took to social media to thank The Undertaker for his contribution to the pro-wrestling.

"#ThankYouUndertaker - my life has been so much better for having known you.#Wrestlemania," Mick Foley wrote on Twitter.

"If there's a dry eye at #Wrestlemania ur a bigger man then me. #ThankYouTaker," The Miz said.