So, I have done some research on The Undertaker. Also known as Mean Mark, or simply Mark Calaway. There are some speculations going around on the internet about his possible retirement. I'm not going to name any dates or times, just because nobody knows when the time has come when WWE and The Undertaker himself decide to end it. Ofcourse, Undertaker's streak is untouchable, the longest storyline and one of the best subjects in the WWE. So, as a mentioned earlier, there are some stories going around. I have seen one after he returned this year, but I can not find it at this moment. I will post it as soon as I find it again. I have found an other story, which is a pretty good one in my opinion. So if you have other ideas, please post them and make this a interesting, good discussion! Here is the one I just found: The WWE starts showing little video clips of Paul Bearer wandering around backstage (both RAW and Smackdown) like he's looking for something. After three of them, Josh Matthews asks him what he's doing. Paul ignores him. Josh tries again next week with the same results. The week after, Josh asks him again. Paul snaps at him, "I'm looking for my Undertaker! Have you see him? Do you know where he's at?" Josh says, "no, nobody has seen him in several months." Paul just grunts in disgust and keeps wandering around. Then he turns around and says, "who's in charge now? Mr Long?" Josh says, "no, this is RAW. Teddy is in charge of Smackdown." Paul glares at him. "Then who is in charge of RAW?" "Uh, Mr Laurinaitis," Josh says. Paul looks annoyed. "Who?" Josh starts to answer but Paul waves him off. "You're no help at all. I'll find him myself." On Smackdown, we see Paul wandering around backstage again. He runs into Sheamus. Paul smiles. "Are you one of mine? Did my Undertaker already prepare you for me?" Sheamus looks confused. He says, "I'm not sure what you mean by that, fella. Me name's Sheamus. Pleased to meetcha." He offers his hand but Paul doesn't shake it. "Do you know where I can find Mr Laurinaitis?" Paul says. "He's on RAW; this is Smackdown," Sheamus says. Paul looks annoyed. "Damn. No matter. Where is Mr Long?" "Teddy?" Sheamus points Paul in the direction of Teddy's office. Next RAW we see Kane and Cena brawling around the ring after Kane ambushed Cena. In the middle of the fight, the Tron lights up and we see Paul Bearer. "Kane. Kane!" he says in a pleading voice. Behind Paul, we see Teddy Long and John Laurinaitis, both looking concerned. "KANE!!" Paul says loudly. Kane, with his hand around Cena's throat ready to chokeslam him, just drops Cena and looks at the Tron. Cena, realizing that something important must be happening just backs away from Kane, rubbing his throat. "It is time, Kane," Paul says gravely. "His time grows very short. You must bring the Undertaker home, Kane. You must find him and bring him home before it is too late." The camera comes in close to Kane's face and we see his cold eyes and expressionless face. RAW ends. Kane opens Smackdown, in the middle of the ring. His promo is short and to the point. "Undertaker! Your journey on this world has come to an end. Show yourself! Let me take you home, brother. Don't make me come find you. That would not...go well." On RAW, Kane delivers pretty much the same promo. Still no sign of the Undertaker. Kane tries one more time on Smackdown. In the middle of his promo, a lightning bolt strikes the ring and the lights go out. When the lights come back on, Taker is there face to face with Kane. They stare at each other for a long time. Finally, Kane half-smiles and says, "let's go home, brother". Taker slowly shakes his head "no". He picks up a mic. "You say my journey on this world has ended. I say it has not. If you want to take me home, you will have to take me OUT." The Tron lights up and we see Paul Bearer. "Undertaker! Do not fight your brother Kane. Your fate was decided long ago. You know that. Your body is breaking down and will soon be of no use to you. Return to me before it is too late." Kane tries to escort the Undertaker out of the ring, but Taker pushes him back. He points at Kane, then points at the Wrestlemania logo hanging high above the arena, then does his throat-cutting gesture. RAW ends. On Smackdown, Paul goes into some macabre promo explaining why it's so important for the Undertaker to come home NOW. There isn't enough space to write that promo here but basically Taker's body is wearing out and Paul needs to transfer his spirit into a younger, stronger body so Taker can remain in this world. This explains Taker's long absences to recover, his not-so-dominant matches, and Kane beating him so easily recently. Kane's promos explain the same thing. Taker doesn't appear again until Wrestlemania. At WM, Taker and Kane have their epic battle which Taker wins (keeping his Streak intact) but collapses after the match. Kane gets up and stands over him. EMTs run down to the ring, bringing a stretcher but Kane waves them off. He picks up his brother, hoists him over his shoulder, and walks up the ramp. In the back we see him go to Paul Bearer. Kane drops Taker on the floor and Paul mutters words to himself, eyes closed. We see a glowing ball of light leave the Undertaker. Kane picks up the urn and opens the lid. The ball of light floats inside the urn and Kane puts the lid back on. Paul grabs the urn and clutches it to his chest then slowly walks out of camera range. Kane picks up Taker's body and puts it in a casket. He slams the lid down, staring at the casket. Then slowly the familiar evil half-smile appears on Kane's face. That's the last thing we see as WM ends.