The Undertaker is one of the most revered wrestlers in WWE history. Even if Taker isn't the biggest fan favorite, he's still a wrester that knows how to perform on the big stage and make every match he's in into a spectacle.
And even though there has been plenty of speculation over the last few months that has suggested that The Deadman could now no longer be walking among WWE's elite, latest reports contradict that and say WrestleMania 31 remains a possibility for The Undertaker.
WWE fans don't want Taker's last performance in pro-wrestling to be his steak-ending loss at WrestleMania XXX to now WWE Heavyweight Champion Brock Lesnar, and it's believed that The Undertaker doesn't want that either.
Return date revealed?
To add to that, today it has been revealed that The Undertaker's potential return date has been set, reports say. The ever informative wrestling expert Dave Meltzer has been on the case and he says that the Monday after WWE's Fast Lane pay-per-view is the one where The Undertaker is highly likely to make his WWE return.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, WWE insider Dave Meltzer said “I would think they don’t pull the trigger until the day after Fast Lane, I’m guessing that’s when The Undertaker would show up,” WhatCulture reported.
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Good news for Taker fans
These comments from Meltzer come with added weight when you considered he is one of the few journalists with actual knowledge of the inner workings of WWE.
This news can only be good for Undertaker fans who want to see him in action again. There have been plenty of reports speculating who he could compete with at WrestleMania 31, but at the moment the most likely appears to be Bray Wyatt.
It remains to be seen whether or not Takers actually has a match at Mania, but it's highly likely either way that he will have some part to play leading up to WWE's biggest event and in the event itself - even a minor not-competing role.
So what do you think WWE fans? Who do you want The Undertaker to face at WrestleMania 31? Leave your thoughts in the comments section below.