WrestleMania 32 was graded as an okay show by many members of the WWE Universe, with one of the highlights of the event being the Hell in a Cell match between Shane McMahon and The Undertaker.
After this match, there were many rumors flying around that this was The Deadman's last ever match, and that he would be retiring and hanging up his wrestling boots for good.
While that is yet to be confirmed, the WWE has shown us what kind of match The Phenom could be involved in if he were to wrestle at WrestleMania 33 - taking place at the Orlando Citrus Bowl in Orlando, Florida - in a video on their website, alongside several other possible clashes.
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One of those matches is The Undertaker vs John Cena.
Winning against Shane-O-Mac inside the cell at WrestleMania 32 gave The Undertaker the right to perform at The Showcase of The Immortals once more, but there aren't many top superstars The Phenom hasn't faced on the grandest wrestling stage of them all.
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The Deadman has never faced Cena at WrestleMania, nor has he faced him in the past 10 years. Quintessentially, you could see him as a fresh opponent for The Undertaker, and if the match was booked, it would fill out a lot of desires from WWE fans to see the two competitors battle it out at WrestleMania.
Prior to being booked in a match against Shane McMahon, there were rumors that The Phenom would face the 15-time World Champion at WrestleMania 32 in a Legend vs Legend match, but Cena's surgery on his injured shoulder in January ruled this match out, and he is yet to return on a full-time basis.
With just under a year to go until the event itself, it's difficult to determine who will be competing because superstars may leave, retire, or become injured along the way. As previously mentioned, there has been speculation surrounding the possible retirement of The Undertaker, so he might not even compete at the event at all.
Time isn't on the side of The Deadman, so if the WWE was to book this match, it would need to be arranged at some point in the next couple of years. He's 51-years-old now, and will be turning 52 before next year's WrestleMania.
Yet, if both men can stay fresh, WWE fans will be calling for this match to happen, and no doubt the company will be doing everything they can to make it happen. It could very well be The Undertaker's last match before retiring, and what a great way it would be to send him off into the sunset as well.