The Road to WrestleMania is winding down, with only two Monday Night RAW episodes left before everything shifts to The Grandest Stage of them All.
That leaves sparing hours left for the WWE to conclude its buildup to the always-anticipated pay-per-view, with the wrestling world converging on Orlando, Florida for the 33rd edition.
RAW makes a stop in Brooklyn, one of the biggest markets, so clearly the WWE will want to put on a great card. A huge legendary WWE Superstar was spotted ahead of the show, which could mean fans are in for a treat. Spoilers ahead; don't say we didn't warn you!
There was a confirmed Undertaker sighting ahead of RAW, backstage at the Barclays Center, reports Mike Johnson of PWInsider. The Deadman is heading for a showdown with Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33, and Roman will square off against Braun Strowman on RAW.
Strowman attacked Reigns last week, blindsiding The Big Dog as he walked up the ramp following a confrontation with Shawn Michaels. They'll settle the score on RAW, but it may only be to serve as a stage for The Undertaker.
The WWE is trying to build up what could be The Undertaker's final WrestleMania match, and finding a good story to tell with Reigns is key in creating an unforgettable moment if that's the case.
The company has dropped a handful of subtle hints that this could be The Undertaker's very own last ride, but that remains speculation. He's been wrestling for decades and, at 51, could be looking to chisel one last tombstone.
Reigns, however, made his intentions clear on the previous episode of RAW. He called out The Undertaker but was greeted by the iconic Heart Break Kid theme.
The Big Dog was distracted during his match against Jinder Mahal after The Undertaker's gong hit, and Michaels cautioned Roman that the games had only begun. HBK warned Reigns about overlooking the mind games of The Undertaker.
Reigns claimed he plans on being the guy "that retires [The Undertaker]" during his promo with Michaels. If that is indeed the case, he'll have to not only out-wrestle, but out-wit one of the greatest of all time.
The Undertaker didn't make an appearance on the previous episode of RAW, but he's in the building and that could mean he has a new plan to hatch on Reigns. If this is the last of wrestling for The Undertaker, this is one of the last surprises we'll get from The Phenom.
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