WWE stars annoyed at decision to end The Undertaker's streak?

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The Undertaker is being tipped to make a return to professional wrestling, despite the fact that Vince McMahon ended his streak at WrestleMania over concerns about his ability to remain at the top level.

According to What Culture, which cites reports in the Wrestling Observer, a number of top WWE stars are upset with the organization's decision to end the streak, and many believe it was a premature call made by McMahon which could come back to haunt him. Indeed, the report claims that the Deadman will return, albeit that he has lost a lot of his appeal since losing to Brock Lesnar on April 6.

It’s also thought that whilst a host of the WWE’s biggest talents won’t publicly announce their dismay at The Undertaker having been seen his 21-0 winning streak at WrestleMania ended, there’s plenty of them who think McMahon’s choice was the wrong one, and before too long their frustration could spill out.

The report claims that Shawn Michaels, who is scheduled to make an appearance on the Jim Ross podcast show in the near future, could be the first to state his opinion on the disappointment.

Do you think The Undertaker will return to fight? Or are his days a WWE icon truly behind him? Let us know in the comments box below.

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