The Undertaker could make a shock return at Elimination Chamber to set up a big match at WrestleMania 36. For weeks it has been reported that Undertaker will take on AJ Styles at WrestleMania on April 5 at the Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida in what could be an unforgettable dream match.
Speculation was fuelled when Taker made a surprise appearance at WWE Super ShowDown in Saudi Arabia where he saved Rey Mysterio from a beatdown by Styles’ OC associates Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows.
The Deadman then took out The Phenomenal One with only one Chokeslam to win the Tuwaiq Gauntlet Match, much to the dismay of the fans who believe the two-time world champion was made to look weak with the way he lost.
The Phenom is now set to come back on RAW this Monday at the Capital One Arena in Washington but could make an earlier appearance at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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Rumours suggest he could return to help Aleister Black beat Styles in their No Disqualification Match at Elimination Chamber.
The fact that there are no rules in their bout make it sound like Anderson and Gallows will get involved and Undertaker could come out to save Black from a three-on-one beatdown.
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That in turn could lead to a tag team or handicap match featuring Undertaker and the Dutchman against the entire OC at WrestleMania.
Black has had issues with the heel trio as he faced all three of them on RAW last Monday night when he beat Anderson and Gallows before falling short against Styles.
The ex-NXT Champion has also been compared to Undertaker in the past because of his dark persona and immense talent.
Taker still wrestles on a part-time basis with WWE despite his advanced age of 54 and the long list of injuries he has suffered throughout his 30-year career.
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The seven-time world champion is one of the sport’s biggest legends as he has beaten some of the all-time greats like The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Hulk Hogan and many more.
The ex-WWE Champion’s most recent match took place at Extreme Rules where he teamed up with Roman Reigns and defeated Shane McMahon as well as Drew McIntyre in a No Holds Barred Tag Team Match.
Undertaker didn’t appear last year at WrestleMania 35 and that marked his first absence from he Show of Shows since 2000.
The former Wold Heavyweight Champion’s most recent performance at the Showcase of the Immortals took place at WrestleMania 34 where he defeated John Cena in an impromptu match.
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