SmackDown LIVE 900 marked the return of The Undertaker, and he had a rather huge announcement for the WWE Universe.
The Deadman hadn't been seen on WWE TV since his WrestleMania Hell in a Cell match with commissioner Shane McMahon, but Tuesday night marked his return.
Alongside Edge, who was hosting an episode of 'Cutting Edge', The Phenom made his way down to the ring to address SmackDown LIVE's Survivor Series team.
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The team consists of; AJ Styles, Dean Ambrose, Randy Orton, Bray Wyatt, and McMahon, and they will be taking on Kevin Owens, Chris Jericho, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, and Braun Strowman.
Survivor Series is just a few days away, but speculation is already hotting up surrounding Undertaker's future with WWE and what his role will be with the company in the future.
One specific highlight from 'Taker's segment was when he was discussing his own future with the company and how he doesn't want to be just define by WrestleMania anymore.
For over the past several years, Undertaker has all been about The Grandest Stage of Them All. He would barely feature for the company, but would then make his dramatic return during WrestleMania season.
Well, according to 'Taker, that is likely to change.
Despite not officially revealing his new role with WWE, his comments have led people to believing he will become more of a regular figure for the company.
According to Ringside News, WWE are already planning his next feud, and it could be against one of the members from SmackDown LIVE's Survivor Series team.
During the episode of SmackDown LIVE, 'Taker also warned the five superstars that if they didn't win on Sunday, they'd have him to answer to.
With that said, it's likely that Undertaker could feud with the person who costs SmackDown LIVE on Sunday, with some reports already claiming it could be either Randy Orton or AJ Styles.