Big Show: The Undertaker is not done with WWE yet

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A lot of speculation has surrounded The Undertaker over the past couple of weeks, in particular, his future with WWE.

After photos of The Deadman emerged online of him using crutches to get around, the WWE Universe quickly put two and two together and stated he was in bad shape and unable to move around without aid anymore.

However, those rumours were quickly rubbished when it surfaced that he had actually undergone hip surgery recently and only needed the crutches during his recovery period.

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Since then, WWE legend and Hall of Famer Jim Ross has commented on 'Taker's future with the company and whether he still has a wrestling future.

According to the former commentator, The Undertaker is not finished with WWE and he fully expects him to wrestle at next year's WrestleMania.

It's not yet known what WWE have planned for The Deadman, but he is likely to have a match at 'Mania 33, with some people claiming it could be against John Cena.

It's expected this will be his last WrestleMania, and another WWE superstar who believes 'Taker will be there in April is The Big Show.

The World's Largest Athlete spoke to Digital Spy recently in order to promote WWE's upcoming UK tour, and he was asked about Undertaker's future and whether he will wrestle again.

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In response, Show was adamant that Undertaker's story with WWE is not yet finished, before going on to compliment the veteran for his loyalty to the company.

Show said: “No, I don’t think Taker’s story is done.

"Taker’s one of those amazing, iconic characters that has built WWE and stood by WWE through thick and thin times. He’s one of the guys that never jumped ship back in the day.”

With just a couple of months until the Royal Rumble, WrestleMania season is closing in, which means WWE need to start putting their plans into place.

Who do YOU want to see face The Undertaker at WrestleMania? Leave YOUR picks below!

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