Given the content of the comments on the question, I'm not 100% convinced that going back to physical is the best course of action, but what you want to do can be done.
It's called a V2P (Virtual-to-Physical) conversion. VMware has a page on the subject, and there's at least one How-To out there. The latter is likely pretty old because it mentions VMware Workstation 7, which was released in 2009. That said, the process might still work.
VMware V2P Page
The V2P Technical Note details how a customer can convert an existing virtual machine to a physical machine using third party tools. The primary purpose of this process is to enable conversion for reproducing support issue on physical hardware.
The V2P process is generic, and virtual machines can be imaged onto any physical server if the process is followed correctly. We provide sample configuration files below for several popular servers.
They all basically work by taking a hard drive image of the VM, which gets applied to the destination hardware.
The problem being that the amount of variation in hardware devices that change when going to physical can be quite numerous, and many times they'll be completely unknown to the OS, requiring drivers to function properly.
Going the other way (p2v) is easy, since the variation in hardware offered by a particular hypervisor is very limited.