The Undertaker is undoubtedly up their with Brock Lesnar and the Rock as one of the biggest selling points that the WWE has to utilise with their fans.
Taker is the biggest name in WrestleMania history and his ominous bell is amongst the glass smashing of Stone Cold Steve Austin, and DX's 'Are you Ready' as the favourite sounds heard by the WWE Universe.
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WrestleMania 32 was the biggest event in the company's history and the Undertaker was booked into another high profile match.
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The Phenom took on Shane McMahon in a Hell in a Cell match where a win for McMahon would give him control of Monday night RAW, but a loss for Taker would mean that he would never compete at WrestleMania again.
It was one of the most questionable bookings of all time and has supposedly caused a rift between the Chairman and the Legend.
Reports claim that McMahon wants Taker to appear at Summer Slam this year but the sure fire future Hall of Famer isn't taking his calls.
Claiming that the reason for their fallout is because McMahon asked Taker to lose to Shane at WrestleMania, one of the most criticised moves in recent years could have bigger ramifications than first thought.
Taker refused to lose to Shane and is now no longer looking to perform for Vince again - and his contract won't be forcing him back any time soon.
Taker is only contracted to one match per year and even if he chose to not perform next year, all the WWE could do is freeze his contract.
Could this really lead to the end of the Undertaker's run in WWE or will he bury the hatchet with McMahon and return to the ring soon?
A pointless match?
One of the biggest criticisms of Undertaker's match against Shane at WrestleMania is that the stipulation placed on the match has been rendered pointless.
Despite his loss, Shane McMahon still took control of Monday Night RAW for the month leading up to Payback and now shares control with his sister Stephanie.
While fans are happy to see Shane in charge, the very concept of the match at WrestleMania has been left very questionable.
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