Show said despite Undertaker’s absence, he thinks he haven’t seen the last of him:
“No, I don’t think Taker’s story is done. Taker’s one of those amazing, iconic characters that has built WWE and stood by WWE through thick and thin times. He’s one of the guys that never jumped ship back in the day.Big Show also says he understands the reasons, but he doesn’t think Undertaker’s Wrestlemania streak should have ended:
“My personal take on it? I wish Taker would have never lost in New Orleans [to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX]. There was no reason for it. I get it. Anyone can lose, anything can happen in our business, it’s entertainment, nothing lasts forever, I understand all that.”
“I think the fans are happy to see Undertaker once a year and make that entrance and go out there and keep going. Taker’s always been a businessman too. He’s never been ego-driven like a lot of guys are. He goes out there and gets the match over, gets his opponent over and gets himself over.”Show also referred to Undertaker as the ultimate attraction, and said his entrance was still the best in the business.