The Undertaker faces Brock Lesnar next Sunday night at SummerSlam in possibly one of the most eagerly anticipated rematches of the last decade.
This is Undertaker's chance to extract revenge on the conquerer of his undefeated WrestleMania streak, and rumours suggest that WWE are set to add a retirement stipulation to the match just to make it a little more interesting.
This match is bound to have interference with Kane sidelined due to an attack by Brock Lesnar a few weeks ago, he is the ideal candidate to come back and interfere as long as WWE allow this to become a No-DQ match.
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It has also been confirmed that Sting will not be a part of proceedings in Brooklyn so that means that there will be no set up for the epic Sting vs Undertaker match until later in the year, if ever.
But there may be another superstar who wants to prove something in this match, Finn Balor tweeted a picture of Paul Heyman with the caption "The Demon Rises" with pictures of him as the demon surrounding him and the date of SummerSlam underneath.
Could this be Balor throwing his hat into the ring and hoping to challenge the Undertaker in a Demon vs Demon match? After all Finn Balor's Demon is also undefeated and he would love to add Undertaker to his list of accomplishments.
Are WWE really set to allow Balor to be a part of this main event and make his main roster debut in such an explosive way?
THE DEMON AND THE BEAST?
Finn Balor would no doubt be the perfect Paul Heyman guy and if rumours are to be believed, Kevin Owens could be winning back the NXT Championship the night before SummerSlam which means Balor would have nothing left but to go for a new challenge.
Rather than team up with The Beast you would have to think Balor would go after Lesnar just like he went after Owens. Kevin Owens was undefeated in NXT until Balor took away his championship and if Brock Lesnar defeats Undertaker next Sunday then there is another undefeated streak that the Irish superstar could go after.
It literally could just be Balor playing a joke and just teasing what is to come because there is no way WWE would allow him to release that picture and give away such a monumental finish to one of the biggest pay-per-views of the year. But he's got the WWE Universe talking and surely that is what he set out to do.