Pictures: The Undertaker presents the Cleveland Cavaliers with a WWE title belt

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Here's one sentence you didn't think you'd read: The Undertaker was standing outside of the Cleveland Cavalier locker room ahead of their opening night game against the New York Knicks.

Yes, the Deadman. The Phenom. 'Taker - real name Mark Callaway - was fully dressed in his legendary ring entrance attire as he was pictured with several members of the Cavaliers' roster and presented them with a custom made WWE title belt for their 2016 NBA championship victory.

Normally, Triple H is the man that does the honours when presenting American sports teams with their very own WWE belt to celebrate success, but this time, 'Taker made a surprising and extremely rare appearance.

Moreover, he looked fantastic. For a man that was pictured on crutches mere weeks ago, he looked in tremendous condition.

The Cavaliers got off to a flying start as they begun the defence of their NBA title last night at the Quicken Loans Arena against the Knicks, winning 117-88.

LeBron James recorded the first triple-double on an opening night since Jason Kidd - now Milwaukee Bucks coach - in 2006 and the Cavaliers look like they will be right in the mix at the season's climax.

For the Undertaker, rumours that he will face John Cena at WrestleMania 33 in Orlando refuse to go away and given his current health, it looks like it could be a go.

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