Although he did not carry out the rumoured appearance he was scheduled to make on Monday Night Raw this week, it seems The Undertaker is ensuring he is in fit shape for his return to WWE.
At the Fast Lane pay-per-view event this past Sunday night, Bray Wyatt, who has been suggested to face The Dead Man at WrestleMania XXXI next month, finally called out the 49-year-old once and for all.
Imitating The Undertaker's complete entrance including lighting and druids, Wyatt made his way to the ring in the iconic casket, much to the excitement of the crowd in attendance at the FedExForum in Memphis, Tennessee.
Although he has spent a long while teasing the thought of a match with The Undertaker, Wyatt may well now have reason to worry as it appears the WWE legend has ensured he is in fit physical condition ahead of the biggest event on the WWE calendar.
Michelle McCool, The Undertaker's wife, posted this photo on her Instagram account, which doubtlessly proves that he is determined to be in incredible shape ahead of a possible appearance at The Grandest Stage Of Them All.
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Any talk regarding The Undertaker and WrestleMania before this news however has often been of a negative nature, citing the fact he will be 50-years-old at the time of the event, as well as the fact he emphatically lost the record of his streak to Brock Lesnar at the same event last year.
The Dead Man has also been the victim of a number of knee and shoulder problems, and it comes as little surprise therefore that the dream match for many; The Undertaker facing Sting, was written off a while ago because of the physical condition of both wrestlers.
Although he may not have the same strength and ability he once did, there is no denying that the weights The Undertaker has been training with are of an enviable amount and are ones which most 49-year-olds would struggle to lift.
Though he has not made an appearance on WWE television since his defeat to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX last year, this subtle hint that he is eagerly getting into good shape is a strong indication that he is looking to shock fans by overcoming Wyatt on March 29th.
Whatever the outcome of this highly anticipated match, there is no question that any time The Undertaker makes a return to the ring it is welcomed by fans, and this match-up against Bray Wyatt should it happen, will be an incredible encounter.
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