WWE: Kane and Undertaker must face each other at WrestleMania 32

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WWE did the right thing in having Kane and Undertaker join forces on the first night of the company's tour of Mexico to face the Wyatt Family.

If nothing else, the plan to have the Brothers of Destruction only solidifies my stance that the rivalry between two of professional wrestling's greatest big men should include another chapter to written at WrestleMania 32.

Yes, as both superstars come closer to the end of their careers, what better way to show that a storyline that is over two decades old be finalized in the biggest event WWE promotes. And as a native of the state of Texas, what better way to send Undertaker out in a blaze of glory?


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Once the Hell in a Cell match is over and Undertaker licks his wounds (even if he wins the rubber match) who will be next in line for the Deadman as he retreats to the underworld before a date in April in his hometown.

Who else would it be that would have fans screaming in their seats in anticipation? Sting could be an option, but will it be enough to quell the fans if both wrestlers have to carry each other in the match? Can both 50-something stars go more than 30 minutes and will Sting be ready for a test like the brutality of Undertaker?

I say no.

The problem with booking Undertaker is there are only a handful of superstars who make sense in a WrestleMania-type atmosphere. Bray Wyatt has already do the honors. Sting could still be on the minds of the McMahon Family for a future date with destiny. John Cena would be a great choice, but he might be in the middle of a war with anyone of the WWE stars. 

There is the idea that someone like Kevin Owens could present a challenge as well, signaling the changing of the guard, so to speak, and forging the current Intercontinental Champion as the next great heel in WWE. I think someone like Roman Reigns might also be on a shortlist.

Right now, WWE has plenty of options, but only one right choice. The man who wears the red mask and breathes fire is the only logical choice. 


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