The Undertaker is WWE’s longest-serving wrestler, and his long career has undoubtedly had an impact on his relationship with his children. The pro wrestler recently opened up about his personal life while with the company.
The Undertaker sacrificed his relationship with his children
On the True Geordie Podcast, The Undertaker discussed how his WWE job is affecting his relationship with his family back home. His time on the road strained his personal life and resulted in him missing out on seeing his eldest son grow up.
Undertaker explained that his children had to make sacrifices for him, but when he remarried Michelle McCool, he got a second chance at family life. He could be father and husband again.
“My relationship with my kids, my older kids, they had to make a sacrifice in order for me to do and become what I am. You can look back, you learn from your mistakes,” he reflected. “I was fortunate to have remarried, Michelle and I, now we have young children. So I was blessed enough to get a second chance to be a father and a husband. But I had nothing to do with being married while I was trying to build that character and legacy.” said the undertaker.
The phenomenon continued by speaking about how grateful he is for being given a second chance to be the family man. He said: “Our relationship is good now, but the point was I missed so much. I wasn’t there for the ball games and all that,” he said. “I was lucky that he realized he wanted to give me a second chance. You know, one of the greatest gifts anyone has ever given me was this second chance to be their dad. But my kids definitely had to pay the price for my success.”
In 2020, The Undertaker retired from professional wrestling and it seems he is having a great time after such an illustrious career. It feels good to know that the budding Hall of Famer is living the life he missed out on.
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