WWE Legend The Undertaker Breaks Character To Promote Bad Bunny's Tour
| Last updated
Wrestling legend The Undertaker has shocked fans after he broke character to appear in a music video with singer Bad Bunny.
While his career with the WWE is still up in the air, it seems the Deadman is looking to branch out, and in an extremely bizarre twist to the tale, he's now teamed up with the Puerto Rican hip hop star.
If the rapper's successes have thus far eluded you, a quick career summary tells you he's probably best known for having collaborated with Cardi B and J Balvin on their global hit 'I Like It', and with Drake on his own song 'Mia'.
In the strange video, promoting the rapper's upcoming tour, the 53-year-old Undertaker - real name Mark Calaway - says: "Yo Bad Bunny, it's The Deadman, and I think you need to do that third show for Puerto Rico."
Does this signify the beginnings of a new career in Latin trap? Probably not.
Still, no one is quite sure what the future holds for Texas-born Calaway, with his wrestling career in the balance after reports that he won't be performing at this year's WrestleMania 35, which takes place in April.
He's even removed any mention of the WWE from his social media accounts.
But if he is planning on staying with the company, he might not be going the best way about it - he recently fell out with franchise boss Vince McMahon after agreeing to appear at an All Elite Wrestling (AEW) show, Starrcast II, in May.
The fledgling promotion is gearing up to be the next big rival for McMahon's industry giant.
This isn't the first time the Daemon of Death Valley has flirted with the idea of quitting the ring, either - he hinted at it during WrestleMania 33 in 2017, yet came back the next year to defeat John Cena.
Since then he has gone on to star at the Greatest Royal Rumble and Super Show-Down events, but his latest stunt has done nothing to stop speculation that his days with the WWE could be coming to an end.
And his last appearance in the ring didn't exactly go as he might have wanted, being beaten - along with his brother Kane - by rivals Triple H and Shawn Michaels, in a tag team match.
He hasn't been seen since, which has simply added fuel to the fire.
All of this led Wrestling Observer's Dave Meltzer to speculate that it was indeed the end.
He said: "At least as of a week ago he was not doing either (WrestleMania or Saudi Arabia) and obviously WWE can panic, and the Saudi Arabia show if the prince wants him they can offer him so much money to do it but as of a week ago he was not on either show.
"So I think he's retired as a wrestler."
But at the end of the day it's wrestling, so anything can happen.
As it stands there are no plans for the seven-time world champion to appear at this year's Show of Shows, on 7 April... still, watch this space.