Over the past month or so, there has been plenty of speculation surrounding the future of The Undertaker.
One moment he was spotted using crutches, and then the next moment it was revealed that he needed them after undergoing hip surgery.
Since those pictures have emerged, plenty of present and former WWE superstars have commented on 'Taker's future with WWE and whether he will be making an appearance at next year's WrestleMania.
Both Jim Ross and Big Show believe The Deadman will be there next year, but it seems like he could be gracing a WWE ring a long time before 'Mania.
According to PWInsider, The Phenom is expected to make a rare SmackDown LIVE appearance later this month.
It's reported that Undertaker will be making a special appearance on the November 15 edition of SmackDown LIVE to help celebrate it's 900th episode.
WWE make a big thing of celebrating milestones, especially when it comes to their two long-running weekly episodes. Monday Night Raw had a big celebration back in 2012 for their 1,000th episode, and it's believed SmackDown LIVE will be doing the same for their 900th.
The 900th episode takes place in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, and it could make the return of The Deadman, who hasn't been seen since this year's WrestleMania.
The Undertaker defeated Shane McMahon in a Hell in a Cell match at 'Mania 32, but hasn't been seen on WWE TV since.
However, this month could see his return, and it could give WWE fans some indication about his future role with the company and whether or not he'll make WrestleMania 33.