The Undertaker is currently engaged in a feud with Brock Lesnar that is seemingly going to drag on for a while.
Taker's Last Stand?
With Taker returning and scuppering Lesnar's chance to win Seth Rollins' WWE World Heavyweight Championship, the Deadman and the Beast have been locked in a battle.
Taker is seemingly set to retire at WrestleMania 32 in Dallas, TX next year, but Jim Ross may have just dropped a bombshell that disprove that.
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Jim Ross published a new blog entry on JrsBarBQ.com. In the piece he speculated that The Undertaker's final match will actually not be at WrestleMania in Texas next year, the event which looks set to be the biggest 'Mania in history.
However, fans hoping for a Taker vs Sting dream match at WM32 will be saddened to know that it probably won't happen.
"From what I can determine, Wrestlemania Texas will NOT be the Undertaker’s final match but the jury is still out on whether it will be Sting’s last one. No, I don’t see them having a match vs each other there either.
Ross went on to speak about the current Taker vs Lesnar feud, saying that he wasn't sure if the two would culminate with a match at 'Mania, with the WWE having to play it out for months and months on end with no actual match.
"Plus, I don’t see how WWE gets all the way to April for the Taker vs. Lesnar ‘rubber match’ if that’s in the cards."
We'll just have to wait and see how this all plays out over the next few months...