The Undertaker has had his future speculated about ever since he lost to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30 last year.
The veteran wrestler was in a very bad shape after his first ever 'Mania loss back in 2014. 'Taker suffered a severe concussion during the match and has had notable problems in the past with his knees and shoulders.
But it doesn't look like the 49-year old is struggling to much any more, after pictures were uploaded by former WWE diva and Taker's wife Michelle McCool showing 'The Deadman' working out ahead of a possible WrestleMania return.
Taker was called out by Bray Wyatt at the FastLane pay-per-view as he came out in a coffin, to Taker's music, and with druids lining the way to the ring. This came after Wyatt had made several promos throughout the past weeks subtly calling out Undertaker without ever mentioning his name.
There was an incredible obviousness that Wyatt was talking about Taker but it seems that the WWE really didn't know if he would be fit, which is why they didn't use his name, so it could be made out to be someone else if the plan fell through.
But with Wyatt officially calling out Undertaker at FastLane and these pictures appearing of Taker working out, lifting heavy weights and such, it looks like the event will now be happening.
Here is what McCool posted on her personal Instagram account last night:
One match at WrestleMania has been confirmed however. We will be having a second official Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royale.
The Miz, Ryback and Curtis Axel are the only confirmed stars taking part at the moment. 31 superstars took part last year in the event which Cesaro ended up winning.
And finally, Randy Orton rejoined The Authority on last night's Raw. The Viper returned at FastLane where he tried to go after Seth Rollins, but it seems the two are now going to start working together. It probably won't last too long.