The Undertaker using crutches after undergoing hip surgery

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The WWE Universe were left fearing the worst regarding The Undertaker last week after images surfaced of him using crutches.

Speculation quickly led to his future with WWE and whether or not he was currently injured, raising questions about his availability for next year's WrestleMania.

Although 'Mania is six months away, WWE fans were left concerned with the latest images of The Deadman, but all has been revealed regarding why he was, in fact, using crutches.


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Taker, who is now 51-years-old, was pictured with fans using crutches to support him, and it was initially reported that he may have had double knee surgery.

However, that is not the case.

According to PWInsider, The Undertaker has recently had surgery, but it wasn't on his knees, it was on his hip.

As things stand, that is the only news that has come out regarding Undertaker's fitness and his health, and it's also unsure when he underwent the surgery, but it's believed to have taken place before September.

With the news that Undertaker has recently had surgery, it means he should be fit and ready for the time WrestleMania comes around, which will put WWE officials' minds at rest.

It was feared that Undertaker needed the crutches on an everyday basis to help him get around, but following hip surgery, it's clear that they were used as an aid whilst he recovers.

Undertaker's role at 'Mania is still unknown, but early speculation has him possibly facing John Cena, which could then be his final match with WWE.

Who would YOU like to see Undertaker face at WrestleMania? Leave YOUR booking suggestions below!

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