Kevin Owens has had a whirlwind start to life in the WWE.
The former NXT Champion power-bombed John Cena in his first night on the main roster, beat the 15-time WWE Champion in his first ever match, and has also held the Intercontinental in less than a year after making his debut.
And now, the loud-mouthed Canadian has set his sights on an opponent for WrestleMania 32, aiming for the stars yet again.
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Speaking with ‘Title Match Wrestling’ to promote the Royal Rumble, Owens seemingly sent out a challenge to The Undertaker to come face him at 'Mania in Dallas, TX.
“WrestleMania is synonymous with the Undertaker, regardless of what’s happened with the streak, I still feel that it is The Undertaker’s show,” Owens started off as saying when questioned about a dream opponent.
Owens then sent out a slight dig about Taker, playing his heel character to perfection in the interview.
"So, obviously, I'd like to throw my name into the hat and try to see if he's still the phenom he has claimed to be all these years."
Popular opinion seemed to suggest that Undertaker would be facing John Cena in a possible retirement match at 'Mania this year, with The Deadman finally bowing out of the company after all these years.
However, Cena's injury has obviously thrown a massive spanner in the works and Taker is now open to a match with near enough anybody on the roster. That's not necessarily a good thing as it could see him face someone like Kane again.