The fan got more than he bargained for when he asked to be chopped up by the Undertaker, who graciously helped him up afterward.

The Undertaker eventually retired from WWE in 2020, but The Deadman is still here to tear souls.

After spending 30 years in WWE before retiring from the Survivor Series in November 2020, he has kept a low profile ever since.

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The Undertaker retired from wrestling last year

The fan got more than he bargained for when he asked to be chopped up by the Undertaker, who graciously helped him up afterward.

While the 56-year-old is still under contract with WWE for another 14 years, his in-ring wrestling days are over. But no one said he couldn’t give dinner a slap or two.

In a video posted by a fan, Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway, is encouraged to slice a fan’s chest at what appears to be a restaurant or reception, and the WWE legend duly obliged.

The chop hits the fan so hard it hits the deck. Of course, he has The Undertaker to help him.

It’s cool to see Undertaker having fun these days. During his 30-year WWE career, he was so protective of the character that he rarely made public appearances or spoke outside the ring.

What’s funny is that Undertaker admitted during the Last Ride documentary that he hated receiving chops and generally banned them in his matches.

Undertaker has had a myriad of injury issues over the course of his career, especially in recent years. A hip replacement breathed new life into his later years, but he realized while filming his match with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 that he had to stop it.

“About the middle of that night with AJ, I knew that was it for me,” he told Sports Illustrated last week.

AJ Styles had Undertaker's last game

AJ Styles had Undertaker’s last game

“It became really clear during that night that I couldn’t physically do things the way I wanted to anymore, and I refuse to cut our fans short.”

He hasn’t made an appearance in the company since retiring from Survivor Series and many fans believed he would if it wasn’t just to get the right fan submission.

The Phenom retired during the pandemic and so did not have the fanfare that a legend of his reputation deserves. But ‘Taker is at peace with the way things turned out.

“Usually around October, I start to prepare my body for WrestleMania. I haven’t trained a lot this year, purposefully building a safety net that way. So I was at peace with everything.

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