In a recent episode of his Six Feet Under podcast, WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker discussed several topics, including how his appearance at WrestleMania 40 provided him with closure on his wrestling career.

“I’ve been struggling with it since I retired, but this weekend gave me closure, it really did, it was fun obviously, it was fun. Doing this for as long as I have, and being involved and that, and how important that storyline was and is, but when it was over and I’m running out of the building, I’m like I’m good now.

It was like a moment of clarity that I had like, I’m okay now. I’m not saying that I wouldn’t do something like that in the future, but I don’t have that feeling in my chest like I’ve had since I retired that I hadn’t come to peace with it.

It was such a cool weekend all the way around, and then to have closure to the wrestling part of my career, it was so cool, it was really cool, it was a great feeling, it really is an amazing feeling because I don’t have that pressure now.

It’s been difficult the last couple of years, especially at Mania, even going to a regular premium live event, I’ve told you this, I would leave before the matches because I get so to the point where I need to be out there, so I was out there and my goodness, what a moment to have, it’s such a great storyline, but man, it was like I can close this book.”

The full episode is available at this link.