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The Undertaker Possibly Wrestling at WrestleMania 34


It has been recently reported that The Undertaker‘s WWE professional wrestling career is far from completely over. Many rumors have speculated about how The Undertaker has the option to face off against Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns on April 8, 2018 at WrestleMania 34.

Undertaker’s Recent History

The door seems to be wide open for The Undertaker to wrestle in a WWE ring once again.

Let alone claim a spot in the main event of WWE’s biggest event of the year; against the only two WWE Superstars that have defeated “The Deadman” at WrestleMania.

Brock Lesnar was the first ever competitor to break The Undertaker’s WrestleMania streak; on April 6, 2014 at WrestleMania XXX.

Roman Reigns became the second and last one to defeat Undertaker; at WrestleMania 33 on April 2nd of this year in a no holds barred match.

The latter immediately became known as the “final” wrestling match for The Undertaker once he left his wrestling-entrance gear in the ring following his loss.

Confirming his retirement rumors months prior to versus Reigns. WWE executives also confirmed Undertaker’s retirement on social media, addressing him with multiple farewells.

Nonetheless, “The Phenom” can continue to still wrestle. The Undertaker did not retire due to a final blow injury.

Despite suffering from multiple facial, hip, and shoulder injuries along with second or third degree burns, Undertaker has always found a way to wrestle once again.

However, we also have to heed the fact of how Undertaker will be turning fifty-three years old this March and has been wrestling for well over thirty years now.

This hasn’t been the first time the wrestling world has heard of The Undertaker never wrestling again due to overall physical pain he’s withstood over the years.

Other reports such as Undertaker facing John Cena at this year’s Survivor Series since their last fourteen year old clash have risen.

Should Undertaker Wrestle at WrestleMania 34?

We can hear all types of wrestling reports, rumors, and announcements concerning WWE’s plans for The Undertaker going forward.

Nevertheless, The Undertaker has the final say as to whether or not he will follow-through with them.

The Undertaker does not have to go though with any more wrestling “dream” matches for any generally needed financial nor publicity reasons.

Although, “The Demon from Death Valley” simultaneously battling the only two men who defeated him at WrestleMania can make for a plus to a storyline.

Brock Lesnar is the current WWE Universal Champion and it will likely stay as such; due to WWE plans being leaked of how Lesnar will defend the title against Roman Reigns, one-on-one on April 8th.

Many WWE officials are worried about the masses of wrestling fans losing interest in that match. Therefore, adding Undertaker to the main event world title match could generate a better product for the fans.

It is expected that the young thirty-two year old Roman Reigns will leave New Orleans as Universal Champion.

Nonetheless, Undertaker can still become champion, due to (Bill) Goldberg (who’s fifty years old) winning the title a month before he made his farewell speech on WWE Raw this year; and also due to Brock Lesnar (who’s forty years old) taking a near-three month hiatus after winning the title last April.

The WWE Universal Championship was just created in August of 2016; WWE seems to be concerned with adding older and certified WWE legends to its history.

This is understood because WWE wants the new title to become prestigious, hence, have legendary wrestlers win it.

Writer’s Thoughts

I personally believe that The Undertaker has an undying love for the professional wrestling business; and he’s proven it constantly over the decades… I know he’ll prove it once more.

Please feel free to comment below and tell me your thoughts instead!

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