WWE was in St Louis last night for Battleground, and one of the biggest moments of the night was the return of The Phenom, The Undertaker. But how will he be inserted into the SummerSlam PPV?
Bray Wyatt himself was in action as he faced former Shield member Roman Reigns in a highly anticipated match. This is Wyatt's first real feud since he lost to The Undertaker at WrestleMania 31.
The thought was that instead of Undertaker coming back to take out "The New Face of Fear", it will be Sting so that they can set up a showdown between the two at the Biggest Party of the Summer next month.
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However, Undertaker made his return and played a part of the main event as Seth Rollins defended his WWE World Heavyweight Championship against former champion Brock Lesnar.
Much of the speculation saw Undertaker returning to take out either Seth Rollins for the way he has treated Kane over recent months, or Brock Lesnar to set up a rematch in the future. It turned out to be the latter.
The one rumour that makes the most sense sees Undertaker return to set up what could be an epic tag match next month that would see Undertaker team with the returning Monster Kane to face the heel team of Brock Lesnar and Seth Rollins or even separate the match into two singles encounters.
What is not yet known for sure is how this would fit in with the rumour of Seth Rollins vs Triple H at SummerSlam.
There is was much speculation surrounding last night's event and it is all thought to be because the Network figures need to see a drastic increase over the next few weeks as WWE gears up for SummerSlam.
All that matters is that WWE have finally managed to make Battleground relevant by bringing in the likes of Brock Lesnar to up the audience numbers. It has already been confirmed that Undertaker and Sting will be present on Raw tonight.
Could Undertaker v Sting still be on the horizon? How does this fit in with Undertakers Hall of Fame induction and retirement? Hopefully tonight will answer a lot of those burning questions.