The Undertaker has received a challenge to perform a retirement u-turn and return to the ring for next month's SummerSlam.
Having thrilled fans for over three decades, The Phenom announced in June that he had no intention to wrestle anymore, although he did leave the door open to a possible return by stating that he would step up if needed by WWE chairman Vince McMahon.
This indicates that The Undertaker could still have one more big performance left in him, and a former opponent has wasted little time in trying to tempt the iconic wrestler back into the squared circle.
The Undertaker finished his remarkable WrestleMania career with another victory back in April, taking his overall record at the event to 25-2, and his foe on that occasion is now seeking revenge.
AJ Styles, the current Intercontinental Champion, lost to The Deadman in a Boneyard Match, but is aiming to settle the score, and believes that he has the ammunition needed to get his rematch in August.
Styles told BT Sport: "I'm the IC champ. Undertaker's never been the IC champ. I'll put it on the line against you and if you can friggin beat me, I'll leave the WWE forever.
"But if I win, you leave. There, there's the story behind that one."
The Phenomenal One is clearly hoping that the chance to make more history will entice The Undertaker out of retirement, and he appears unconvinced that his rival is officially done with the sport.
“I want the Undertaker at SummerSlam because he hasn’t come to me and said, ‘I’m done, I’m retired.’
“He just said it on TV, but he said that if Vince needed him, he’d be there. I’m just saying," Styles said.
Now, we await The Undertaker's response. Will he make a dramatic return, or is his legendary career really over?
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