Source: The Sun-- As noted earlier, Mick Foley was recently interviewed by Sport Tonight TV's The Slam. When asked if WrestleMania 28 would be the Undertaker's last match, Foley replied, "I don't know if it's The Undertaker's last match, I haven't heard him say it's his last match. I'm just guessing that if he leaves 20-0 — or even 19-1 — I'm guessing there's a possibility that it is. As I guy loves wrestling history and who personally appreciates what Undertaker did for me, I'd like to be part of that."
-- Arda Ocal of theScore Television Network released interviewed Trish Stratus, you can check out the full interview below:
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