Considering the rumor, speculation and intrigue that has accompanied The Undertaker's WrestleMania status in recent months a picture that has surfaced today will be met with delight by the WWE Universe as a whole.
He is here
With the big event at the San Francisco 49ers' Levi's Stadium now just three days away, The Dead Man has been snapped arriving at Santa Clara airport.
Ahead of what is sure to be a gruelling match against Bray Wyatt, The Undertaker couldn't look in much better shape. Especially when you compare the images to the last time we saw the veteran Superstar in an airport.
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Having just celebrated his 50th birthday this past Tuesday there had been fears over whether The Undertaker was still capable of performing at the top level. The pictures below though will help appease fans worried about his physical state.
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These latest photos, snapped by eager fans making their way to the city ahead of WrestleMania XXXI, paint a very different picture of The Undertaker than the last time he was snapped in an airport waiting lounge.
Back at the turn of the year the man with the 21-1 'Mania record looked a shadow of his former self, with many fearing he simply wouldn't be able to get in the ring ever again.
With 12 months having passed since his last match - a devastating loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX - it looks like The Undertaker has spent the last couple of those in intense training in order to prevent a repeat.
Indeed, his wife has been keeping fans updated in recent times with photos of her own showing her husband working out and lifting weights.
With the grandest stage of them all now well and truly on the horizon it looks like all that hard work has paid off.
Just because the WWE Superstar is looking primed for victory though, that doesn't mean a win at WrestleMania XXXI will come easy.
Bray Wyatt is sure to prove a difficult opponent at Levi's Stadium on Sunday evening and, after his own disappointing result at last year's event, he will be desperate not to go two defeats on the spin.
It is unclear exactly what the WWE has planned when the two Superstars get in the ring but many fans will be hoping that The Undertaker will be rewarded for getting in shape with a victory that may well prove to be his last on the main stage.
What do you think WWE fans? Do you think The Undertaker can beat Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania, and would a defeat mean retirement is inevitable? Let us know in the comments section below...