The Undertaker is likely the most popular figure in WrestleMania history and, after a difficult appearance last time out, he deservingly conquered Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 31 to put his record to 22-1.
Back on form
The phenom came in with his usual dark energy and the fans loved it as it was his first match since his loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30.
The setup for the match was perfect. The old face of fear in the Undertaker, against the new face of fear in Bray Wyatt.
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Not at his peak
Unfortunately The Undertaker looked slow and out of his usual elite form, of course he is getting up there in age and the performances of the Undertaker of old shouldn't be expected.
None the less, the match seemed to drag on and all though fans chanted "you still got it!", the deadman clearly didn't have "it".
The Undertaker has left his mark on the WWE, and more importantly, WrestleMania regardless of how his matches have panned out in recent years.
He is one of the all time greats and a guaranteed hall of famer. This match could have just been a "bad day" for The Undertaker, but assuming it wasn't, it is becoming more and more clear that Wrestlemania 32 may be his last.
The big event will take place in The Undertaker's home state of Texas next year and it would be the perfect way to close off the final chapter of a glorious wrestling career. Perhaps it will be the dream match of Taker vs Sting, but, as with everything, only time will tell.
What do you think WWE fans? Can The Undertaker make it through one more match? Let us know in the comments section below...
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