After an eight-month absence, The Deadman has risen again.
After WWE advertised his arrival in Saudi Arabia, The Undertaker showed up at Super ShowDown and if you read the internet, you'd know exactly why he was there.
The rumours have been circulating for weeks that Taker will be on the WrestleMania 36 card and that his opponent will be none-other than AJ Styles.
Styles though actually was competing at Super ShowDown, and he ended up being the fifth entrant in the Tuwaiq Trophy Gauntlet match.
He quickly disposed of R-Truth and only Rey Mysterio was left to face, but his stable-mates Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson were seen attacking the Master of the 619 backstage.
Styles demanded that the referee crown him the winner, and in turn he gave Mysterio to the count of 10 to appear, but we saw Gallows and Anderson disposed of in the back, with the boots and jacket of a very familiar figure walking past them.
Moments later, Styles saw himself face-to-face with The Undertaker, who made his long walk to the ring to replace Mysterio.
One Chokeslam later and Styles was pinned - Taker didn't even need to take his gear off!
It's expected that the two will go head-to-head at WrestleMania 36 in Tampa, and this pretty much confirms it.
Even though we have now seen them in action together, it wasn't much of a match at all, but it does build the hype for when they do go 15-20 minutes with each other on April 5.
Styles can easily explain that he was not expecting The Deadman to appear which is why he took the loss so swiftly.
But it will be interesting to see if Taker gives AJ his win back or not on the Grandest Stage - Taker may not have his undefeated streak at the event anymore but he's still the winning-most superstar there.News Now - Sport News