Ever since the night after The Royal Rumble, Bray Wyatt has been cutting mysterious promos aimed at his opponent at Wrestlemania 31.
It was revealed, in spectacular fashion on Sunday night at Fastlane, that that opponent was none other than The Deadman, The Undertaker.
Wrestlemania is without doubt The Undertaker's show given the fact that he went undefeated for 22 years before Brock Lesnar ended his streak at last year's event. But that still doesn't mean the dead man will step up to a challenge where he has nothing to gain.
Wyatt has everything to gain in this rivalry, if he wins he becomes an ultimate legend and it turns into a sort of passing of the torch moment, whereas if he loses then he joins a list of 18 other men that have been defeated by The Phenom on the grandest stage of them all.
It is thought that The Undertaker is not set to make his first appearance since this defeat on Raw or Smackdown, he is instead going to wait until Wrestlemania 31 to make his return, but will respond to Bray Wyatt's challenge as early as this Monday on Raw.
Speculation suggests that the acceptance of the challenge will be just as creepy as the challenge itself with the Undertaker playing Bray Wyatt at his own game. After all, who could be stranger than the Deadman?
Reports suggest that Undertaker has been hitting the gym and training up ready for the encounter, which will be the first time Undertaker has set foot in a WWE ring since that fateful night in New Orleans when many of the WWE Universe thought they would never see the Undertaker again.
The retirement speech never came and instead there was a lot of speculation surrounding the heath of the 55-year-old legend. But it seems Undertaker has been given the all clear by doctors and he is currently preparing for what could be his last WWE match.
With Wrestlemania in Texas next year, it is thought that Undertaker will be inducted into the Hall of Fame in his home-town which would be an appropriate send off for such a formidable superstar.