THERE HAS BEEN A LOT OF SPECULATION AND RUMOURS THAT WE MAY SEE THE DEAD MAN ONCE MORE, ESPECIALLY AFTER HE WAS SPOTTED IN NEW YORK FOR SUMMERSLAM. COULD WE SEE THE PHENOM RETURN?
Whilst I’m not necessarily sure it would be a good thing, and it would seem a bit desperate and a last ditch draw, we could definitely see Undertaker in the future.
At WrestleMania 33 we saw what we believe to have been the last of The Undertaker, as the world watched on as Roman Reigns inevitably defeated the Phenom leaving Undertaker’s WrestleMania record at 23-2. Reigns vowed to retire the Undertaker and I don’t think a single fan believed Undertaker actually stood a chance given Reigns’ controversial rise to the top.
Four months on and there is still no sign of the Dead Man with many believing this was the final curtain call, long overdue some would say.
WWE have deliberately been cryptic when it comes to The Undertaker and his career status. From the WWE website to WWE commentary the words “if, “may” and “possibly” surround the Demon from Death Valley’s potential “retirement”.
If the sun is truly setting for the Undertaker, WWE should have confirmed it. They have nothing to lose and he will be revered even more as one of the greatest wrestlers in WWE history, certainly the greatest character. Whilst his career status is still unsure, people will always be wondering.
Here is what i’d book if The Undertaker were to return:
The Undertaker v Brock Lesnar v Roman Reigns
If we are going to see The Undertaker return. Nothing would give me more pleasure than seeing him win a Triple Threat match at WrestleMania with the two people that beat The Streak. If The Undertaker is going to have one Last Ride. This is how it has to go down for me. It would feel right and it would make sense. I don’t want them to bring The Undertaker back for nothing. It has to be substantial and have meaning. He could face his demons, win the title, bow out and finally take his place in the Hall of Fame.
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