When The Undertaker makes his appearance on SmackDown Live this week at Madison Square Garden, he may have to watch out for Sami Zayn.
The Deadman is scheduled to appear on SmackDown this week at The Garden, but the reason why he's been booked for the show is currently unclear.
He has been making media appearances this past weekend, as he appeared on ESPN’s College Gameday on Saturday to talk about the Texas Longhorns ahead of their game against LSU.
Zayn saw The Undertaker's appearance and sent a threat in his direction ahead of his appearance on WWE's blue brand this week.
He tweeted: "I should really do The Undertaker the favor of a lifetime and take him out for good."
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While Zayn may see this as a threat towards The Deadman, many WWE fans in the replies of his tweet think any confrontation between the two will only end with him eating a Tombstone Piledriver.
The Canadian has recently been paired with Shinsuke Nakamura as his manager, so perhaps the Intercontinental Champion could get himself involved with The Phenom as well.
If The Undertaker is to have a match on SmackDown, there's always the option to have him face Zayn and Nakamura in a tag team match alongside The Miz, who will be facing Nakamura at Clash of Champions for the Intercontinental title this weekend.
The Deadman last competed for WWE earlier this year at Extreme Rules in July when he tagged with Roman Reigns and won against Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon.
The last night he had a match on SmackDown was back in April 2013 when he faced Dean Ambrose.
The Phenom did have a match at Madison Square Garden when WWE visited the venue last year in July. He teamed up with Braun Strowman and Reigns to defeat Baron Corbin, Elias, and Kevin Owens
Yet, a match for The Undertaker tomorrow night is unlikely as WWE would have announced it by now if that was the case in order to drive more ticket sales for the show at The Garden.
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