WWE star The Undertaker retires after WrestleMania defeat

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After acknowledging the applause from all the fans, he then removed his coat, gloves and his hat and placed them in the middle of the ring - a sign that he has ended his in-ring career.

After losing to Roman Reigns at Wrestle Mania 33, The Undertaker has officially announced his retirement from WWE.

Calaway, 52, stood in the ring after the match as the crowd of reportedly over 75,000 attendees in the Citrus Bowl stadium chanted, "Thank you Taker".

Some of today's biggest wrestlers - including Bayley, the Bella twins and Austin Aries - paid tribute to The Undertaker on social media saying #ThankYouTaker.

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The story was set with Reigns eliminating Undertaker from the Royal Rumble and Reigns claiming the WWE ring as his yard. His prior defeat was at the hands of Brock Lesnar who won against him at WrestleMania 30.

Over the years his fictional in-ring character has taken the form of an undead mortician from Hollywood westerns, an "American bad-ass" biker and a cult leader with supernatural powers. Including last night's loss to Reigns, he has a record of 23 wins and two losses at Wrestlemania.

Legendary pro wrestler the Undertaker appeared to have his final match play out at WrestleMania 33 Sunday night.

Ric Flair shared on the site: "My Man Taker, the biggest Star in the History of the WWE.Goes out in style like he always does".

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