The Undertaker has been a real wrestling animal and a top superstar in WWE. His presence in the annual and biggest PPV of the WWE WrestleMania makes things happens.
It has happened that without The Dead Man, as The Undertaker is fondly called, the event of the wrestlemania will be some worth dull and obnoxious for fans. The WWE Wrestlemania event continues to grow and as it grows bigger and better each year, so is the legacy of The Undertaker growing as well in a grand style.
The Undertaker has not been seen ever since the Wrestlemania 32 and some many thoughts has come to the mind that he has finally hung his boot and made up his mind not to wrestle again for life. The Undertaker was so angry with Vince McMahon for telling him to lose to his son Shane McMahon at the main event of the WrestleMania 32 which was a hell in a cell match.
Several rumors sprung up during the preparation of SummerSlam and according to the rumors, it was said that The Undertaker will be making his way and will be involved in a match with an opponent who many folks thought to be John Cena. But the rumor was proved to be false as nothing of such happened. The rumor continued even after SummerSlam that the dead man may return on either RAW or SmackDown but till date we have not seen him.
Recently, it has been announced that The Undertaker will be seen live on stage at the forth coming WrestleMania 33 and the report revealed a number of potential opponents for the Undertaker if he does decide to make a comeback. The opponent included Finn Balor, Kevin Owens, John Cena and even Sting because fans has always longed to see the Sting vs. Undertaker match at WrestleMania. With Sting wanting to get back into the ring, the long awaited match has also become a possibility.