We are now less than two weeks away from WrestleMania XXXI and all eyes are watching to see what will happen in the run up to the big event.
WrestleMania always gives us some unique matches and the 31st instalment of the annual event will be no different.
It will house the WWE debut of the WCW legend Sting, the potential first championship win of Roman Reigns and the second ever Andre the Giant memorial Battle Royal.
One of the biggest and most awaited matches of the event however is set to be the Undertaker vs Bray Wyatt.
Ever since the match was announced on RAW last week, it has been debated with many wondering who will emerge victorious.
Given the various reported health issues the Undertaker has suffered through in the last year since he lost his WrestleMania undefeated streak, many believe this could be his last ever match.
The Undertaker lost at WrestleMania to Brock Lesnar last year for the first time in his career but has apparently been struck down with health problems ever since.
Many doubted if he would return for WrestleMania this year but last year he delivered the ominous three words to Bray Wyatt confirming his arrival at the Showcase of the Immortals.
The WWE universe have now been able to have their say about who should win in this one at WrestleMania.
On an online poll on wwe.com, the fans were asked 'Will the Undertaker bounce back from his loss at WrestleMania 30?'
A huge 81% of the WWE Universe feel that the Undertaker will emerge victorious at WrestleMania.
Passing the torch?
Many have wondered if the match at WrestleMania will be a 'passing of the torch' match where the Undertaker will pass the torch as the phenom of the WWE to Wyatt.
There have been several different passing of the torch matches held at WrestleMania with many feeling that the first came at WrestleMania X8.
The Rock vs Hulk Hogan and then the match between the Rock and John Cena at WrestleMania XXIX are widely regarded as the biggest matches of the type.
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