Fresh off of his WrestleMania victory over Shane McMahon, The Undertaker was seemingly set for another run in the WWE.
The Deadman saved his WrestleMania future with his victory in Dallas but now he is once again set to depart WWE TV.
The first of the WWE's two annual UK tours is about to begin and ahead of their trip across the Atlantic, The Undertaker has been pulled from the upcoming events.
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The Undertaker had been advertised for the tour but he has now been removed from the advertising and replaced by his Brother Kane.
Kane will replace the Phenom on the shows where he was advertised to appear, but there has been no explanation as to why he has been pulled.
It has become common over recent years for the Undertaker to leave WWE after his annual WrestleMania performance but it looks like 2016 was intended to change that.
With Kane now taking his place, it will be interesting to see just what role the Deadman would have played in the UK tour.
A new WWE?
As a result of Undertaker's win at WrestleMania, Shane McMahon lost his chance to seize control of Monday Night RAW.
Despite that, Shane ran the RAW after Mania and has been confirmed to be running tonight's show too.
The Hell in a Cell match at WrestleMania may not have gone his way but it looks like Shane is getting what he wants anyway.
WrestleMania 32 did a great job at completely reshaping the WWE landscape with new WWE World Heavyweight and Intercontinental Champions crowned.
In the last week, we have seen the debuts of four NXT talents on the main roster which have provided some much needed new faces to some key divisions.
Baron Corbin who won the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania is now primed for a big push on the main roster.