After several years in which he has simply been wheeled out for WrestleMania, The Undertaker is enjoying something of a renaissance in the WWE right now.
Embroiled in a feud with Brock Lesnar, The Dead Man has been on our screens far more often than the WWE Universe has been used to recently. Pretty impressive for a 50-year-old wrestler.
Ready and able
And, things could be about to get even better for fans of the veteran Superstar. According to a report from The Wrestling Observer Newsletter, The Undertaker has told WWE officials he is now willing to take on even more work moving forward.
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Reportedly in his best shape in years after finally overcoming numerous injuries and surgical procedures, 'Taker appears ready to roll back the clock.
As yet, beyond the upcoming Hell in a Cell match against Lesnar and the WWE's tour of Mexico later this month, The Undertaker hasn't officially been added to any more events.
But, with another tour, this time to Europe, also taking place before the end of the year, there is speculation that the WWE could take 'Taker overseas - a move that would undoubtedly delight the organization's foreign fan base.
Although there was talk last month that next April's WrestleMania 32 could mark the end of The Undertaker's WWE career, this latest update suggests the veteran has other ideas.
Unfortunately, whilst he may be at peak health just now, the same cannot be said for fellow veteran Sting, who is rehabbing after a nasty injury during Night of Champions. As such, even if Undertaker does get more work, it doesn't look like it will be in the form of a much-discussed feud with Sting.
WWE fans: Who should The Undertaker feud with next after Lesnar? Have your say in the comments below...