Despite a hugely successful WrestleMania 31 on Sunday night you just know that Vince McMahon, rather than basking in the glory of the event, is already plotting what could be an even bigger show in Dallas in 12 months time.
The WWE boss, like fans the world over, will be delighted by the conversation then that veteran Superstar The Undertaker reportedly had backstage at Levi's Stadium this past weekend.
According to PW Insider, subscription required, The Undertaker was telling people that he plans to work WrestleMania 32 next year in Dallas' AT&T Stadium.
With many hoping that The Undertaker will put his body on the line on the Grandest Stage of Them All for a staggering 24th time next year the update certainly sounds positive. The WWE are hoping that the event at the Dallas Cowboys' stadium will break attendance records and having The Dead Man on the card would help their chances no end.
Of course though, a lot could change in the coming weeks and months. Considering The Undertaker was likely hyped up on adrenaline on the back of his first match in a year when he made his prediction, it would be nice to see the 50-year-old reiterate the ambition a few days after the event now that the excitement has died down.
Dream match up
The same report had even better news for fans dreaming of a match up between The Undertaker and Sting at WrestleMania 32.
The two veteran wrestlers apparently shared a locker room during Sunday night's show, an environment that allowed them to openly discuss the potential match.
Sting's future, much like The Undertaker's, is far from clear moving past his historic match against Triple H. If both wrestlers can continue to prove their health and fitness moving forward then the WWE hierarchy would be foolish not to try and set up the occasion for what could very well be the last in-ring performance for both men.
The two certainly seemed to be deep in conversation when snapped at the airport on the way out of California in the aftermath of WrestleMania.
Lets hope that that match in March 2016 was the topic being broached.
What do you think WWE fans? Do both The Undertaker and Sting have one more match left in them? Or are they now too old to put on a show worthy of WrestleMania? Let us know in the comments section below...
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