According to Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer, The Undertaker could be set to return to WWE programming on the first RAW after Fast Lane.
Speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, Meltzer stated:
“I would think they don’t pull the trigger until the day after Fast Lane, I’m guessing that’s when The Undertaker would show up.”
The Wrestling guru went on to say that the current plan for the much rumoured match between the Phenom and Bray Wyatt at Wrestlemania 31 is still on.
On the most recent edition of RAW, Wyatt further added to this speculation, making obvious reference to the Deadman in his backstage promo. In previous promos Wyatt has made reference to 'Taker and this, along with what Meltzer has said makes it seem as though we have not seen the last of the Undertaker.
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As for Bray Wyatt, being only the second man in history to defeat the Undertaker at Wrestlemania could be just what he needs to cement himself as the top (active) heel on WWE programming alongside Seth Rollins.
There was speculation that Undertaker was going to return last Monday to kick of the angle with Wyatt, but instead we were treated to another teasing promo and an excellent match with Dolph Ziggler.
This could be down to the health of the Undertaker who had to go to hospital immediately after his battle with Brock Lesnar last year, or just because WWE feels they have enough going on right now with Sting vs Triple H and the backlash towards the prospective Roman Reigns vs Lesnar main event.
However whatever the reason, an Undertaker return is sure to get people excited and will give the man himself a chance to finish off his career on a better note than his last bout, delivering a solid match and putting over one of the most exciting young performers the WWE currently has to offer.