WWE's critically-acclaimed short-run documentary "Undertaker: The Last Ride" has given fans an incredible look at the WWE legend's quest to redeem himself after his disappointing WrestleMania 33 match against Roman Reigns, which was initially planned as his retirement from the squared circle. Featuring a behind-the-scenes look at the psyche of The Undertaker (real name Mark Calaway) as he struggles with his legacy, the aging process and his attempt to raise his performances before leaving the ring for good, the limited series will air its third episode on Sunday.
Calaway's drive to meet the expectation of fans who have seen decades of great moments from "The Deadman" will be on full display in "Chapter 3: End of an Era," an exclusive clip of which is available in the video player above.
As Taker prepares for what may be his final match at Madison Square Garden -- a.k.a. the "World's Most Famous Arena" -- he reflects on what it means to perform for fans at such a unique and historic venue.
"I just want to go out there and be able to entertain them and give them a little of what they expect when they see The Undertaker's name on the marquee," Calaway says in the clip. "You've got to bring it in The Garden. If you do bring it, those people show you love. If you don't, they will let you hear it."
Chapter 3 of "Undertaker: The Last Ride" will be made available on demand on the WWE Network beginning on Sunday at 10 a.m. ET.