Despite it being just under nine months away, there is already talk surrounding what appearances will be made when WrestleMania 32 takes place in Texas next April.
With the location of the event being the home state for many top-name WWE superstars such as Shawn Michaels, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker, it comes as little surprise that an appearance by these wrestling icons is highly anticipated.
This speculation has been prominent since WrestleMania 31 earlier this year, but it was during this week's airing of Monday Night Raw that WWE teased even further the likelihood of The Undertaker appearing in his home state.
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During the edition of Raw which took place on July 13th, WWE promoted an advert for WrestleMania 32 which unmistakably includes the 'gong' sound from The Undertaker's theme music.
Although this may well be too much of an obvious hint at him being at the biggest WWE of the year, there has been a lot of talk surrounding the idea that this would be the perfect venue for The Dead Man to have one last match before he retires.
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Despite having lost his emphatic streak to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX, there was little argument regarding The Undertaker's health following his match with Bray Wyatt earlier this year as, despite being 50-years-old, he looked in great form.
This bodes well for those members of the WWE Universe who will be hoping to see him in the ring at the AT&T Stadium on April 3rd 2016, with the possibility of the dream match for many; The Undertaker versus Sting, still being prominent in the mind of many WWE fans.
WrestlingNews.Co said that the video which was aired during this week's Monday Night Raw is also the one which was shown during WrestleMania 31.
Whether it was intended or not, this provides a strong indication that everything in the advertisement remains the same for now anyway. This clearly includes the involvement of The Undertaker in some way.
In addition, although the success of the current predominantly-younger superstars on the WWE roster is clear, the company often resorts back to the inclusion of WWE legends during its biggest events.
Even the opening of WrestleMania XXX which saw Hulk Hogan, Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Rock start the extravaganza from inside the ring sent the crowd into a frenzy.
Having someone as influential as The Undertaker back in his home state for what could be his final match would be even more memorable to say the least.