Ahead of his "Final Farewell" segment at Survivor Series on Sunday, The Undertaker took on a new kind of challenge on "Hot Ones."
While eating progressively spicier wings, the WWE legend touched on several topics, including the evolution of his entrance music, his love of motorcycles, and how he wants to be remembered by fans following Sunday's match.
"I think the biggest thing that I want people to understand is how much they were so instrumental in getting me through so much, and how important it was to me to get out there and perform," Undertaker told host Sean Evans.
"I'll look back and say that I never phoned anything in, I gave everybody everything that I had and always thought about the people that were coming to see me," he continued. "And they were paying their hard-earned dollars sometimes in really rough times to come see me perform and see us perform. So I just want people to understand how important it was for me to be The Undertaker and give people that little bit of time to escape the real world and be able to do it for so many years."
Undertaker's "Final Farewell" will come exactly 30 years after he made his debut for WWE at Survivor Series. His last appearance for the company was at WrestleMania 36 in April.