It was announced on Monday night Raw, following one of the most shocking returns of all time, that Shane McMahon would face The Undertaker at WrestleMania 32, inside Hell in a Cell for the right to own WWE as a company.
Since then, however, rumors have emerged that Shane may not be wrestling the match himself and he may instead bring in another superstar to do his bidding.
Many fans and websites, including The Inquisitor are speculating on social media that Bill Goldberg could be set to return to the company and wrestle The Undertaker in Shane's place.
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With Ryback currently adopting Golberg's ring attire and looking very much like he did in his prime, it is more likely that if Goldberg was set for a return then he would go after Ryback rather than aligning himself with Shane.
That doesn't mean it wont completely be a swerve and Shane wont come out and introduce someone else to fight on his behalf, or even have a large amount of interference, it just means that Goldberg would be otherwise engaged if another surprise return does happen.
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DOES SHANE HAVE ANOTHER ALLY?
Shane has many friends from his time in WWE and given that this match is about forcing The Authority out of power, Shane would easily be able to find a few allies in the locker room.
Any superstar who has had a run-in with The Authority would be happy to join his cause and even though WWE have already ruled out John Cena and Sting through injury, it doesn't mean that they can't make an appearance to interfere in the match.
Remember, Sting will be in Texas and at WrestleMania because he is being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame the night before, so WWE could easily add him to the match if that's the plan they are wanting to go with.
If the rumors of the direction of the WWE after WrestleMania are to be believed then Shane has to win his match somehow and for WWE to book Undertaker to lose, in his home state, in what could be his last match? There has to be something big planned.
All that is known for now is that Shane McMahon is scheduled to face The Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell in just over five weeks time.
Shane hasn't wrestled in almost six years and even though there are videos of him training and preparing, he doesn't stand a chance against The Deadman on his own.
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