The WWE World Heavyweight Championship is currently vacant and with the eight man tournament set to end and crown a new champion at the 25th Anniversary of The Undertaker's Survivor Series debut, could The Deadman have the final say?
Undertaker and Kane do look set to face The Wyatt family in a three-on-one handicap match next Sunday night, but if The Undertaker's team wins then that could leave The Phenom open for interference later in the night.
UNDERTAKER'S FINAL TITLE RUN?
If the champion is about to be crowned on the night, then The Undertaker could interfere in the match and then set up a World Title match for himself at TLC.
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This gives WWE the main eventer that they are missing whilst Seth Rollins is out injured and it also allows WWE to give The Undertaker a final title run before he retires in Texas.
With news that The Undertaker could be set to face John Cena at WrestleMania 32, and the fact that WWE want to crown Cena as a 16-time champion at the same event, this means that The Deadman could potentially be walking into WrestleMania with the championship.
The Undertaker has never held the WWE World Heavyweight Championship as a unified belt and, after the historic career that The Deadman has had, it makes sense for him to go out on a high.
This idea is largely based on The Undertaker's health and whether or not he can work that many WWE dates, as well as facing World Champions in main event calibre matches.
It is, though, also based on whether or not WWE would allow Undertaker to lose in his hometown, in what could potentially be his final ever WWE match.
It would be the perfect send off for one of WWE's biggest names after what has been a historic career that has not only defined WWE over the past two and a half decades, but has also helped to define Undertaker's legacy.
With the veteran currently joining back up with his brother Kane, it is unlikely that WWE will allow him to branch off again, but if WWE were looking for someone to step in whilst Randy Orton, John Cena and Seth Rollins were all taking a leave of absence, then they couldn't have to look much further than The Deadman.
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