As if the prospect of seeing him seek revenge on Brock Lesnar at SummerSlam later this month was not enough, the latest Undertaker news will surely delight WWE fans.
As reported by What Culture, PWInsider has revealed that the 50-year-old is scheduled to work several more dates following his bout with The Beast at the pay-per-view event live in Brooklyn on August 23.
It has been said that he is confirmed to be working an episode of Monday Night Raw following the event, which is most likely to be the following night, on August 24.
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Although it is not yet clear where the additional appearances mentioned will be made, we could well see The Dead Man in action at Survivor Series, given that will be the landmark of 25 years since he made his WWE debut.
There is little argument that The Undertaker is one of a kind given that the usual route WWE go down with legends of his age is to have their appearances be few and far between and give them next to no in-ring time.
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For this wrestling icon however, any time his music hits, the reception it receives is always incredible and deservedly so. This is something that surely will never change right up until he has his retirement match, with many suggesting this could take place at WrestleMania 32 next year.
The Grandest Stage Of Them All will be set in The Undertaker's home state of Texas, which would surely provide a fitting location should it be where the WWE Universe sees him in action for one final time after an incredible tenure.
For now however, The Undertaker is undeniably in amazing physical condition and clearly keen to prove that by continuing to make a number of appearances in addition to the one he made in a late-July edition of Monday Night Raw, where he pushed his SummerSlam match-up with Lesnar.
The next time we are most likely to see him on WWE programming however should be the August 17 episode of Raw. With Brock rumoured to be out of next week's taping and the fact this would be just six days before their face-off at SummerSlam, it would be the ideal time for one final push.
As well as this, The Undertaker was previously revealed as wrestling at several WWE Live events throughout October in Mexico, which could suggest that the live events are another circuit he could be making an appearance on.
One thing is for sure, seeing more of this WWE legend is nothing but a good thing for both the fans and the company, so as long as he is willing to do so. He should be utilised in every way possible.