Undertaker is one of the sport’s biggest legends as he has been competing for almost 30 years, won seven world titles and beat the likes of Hulk Hogan, The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin and many more.
Taker insists that some young grapplers miss the point of wrestling and instead of telling a story in the squared circle they focus their efforts on overplaying the audience with a series of high-flying manoeuvres.
The Deadman made a career out of in-ring psychology and then followed it up with some impressive moves like the Tombstone Piledriver, the Chokeslam, the Last Ride and more.
The Phenom claims that those who tell a story in the ring and are able to get their character through last much longer than those who focus their energy on dazzling moves.
The ex-WWE Champion is adamant that one day they will run out of high-impact manoeuvres and the crowd will still be asking for more.
Undertaker told indy stars Ricky Starks and Aaron Solow during a short documentary by Onnit: “Sometimes you have to set the angle within the match, but you gotta give a reason for one guy to be loved [and] one guy to be hated.
“At the end of the day, whatever you’re doing in the ring, you want it to look real, and genuine, and authentic.
“And I think that’s a huge problem, everybody acts the same way, everybody overplays to the audience, and it’s just like, ‘Okay, what do you do next?’
“Everybody’s calling, they want a backflip off this and into that. Once you do that a couple of times, it’s like, ‘Okay, what do you got now?’
“Well, now I gotta do two flips into that, then two-and-a-half.
“When they get used to that, what do you do? Instead of learning the finer nuances of what we do – and that’s tell stories.
“Granted, physical, painful stories. But stories nonetheless.”
Undertaker’s most recent match took place last November at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia where he reformed The Brothers of Destruction with scripted sibling Kane.
The three-time tag team champions, however, lost to the reunited D-Generation X, consisted of Triple H and the returning Shawn Michaels.
Rumours suggest Undertaker may retire this year at WrestleMania 35 on April 7 at the MetLife Stadium in New York where he could battle Michaels.