WWE News: The Undertaker And Sting Penciled In For 'WrestleMania 32' Retirement Match?

Two of the greatest wrestlers in professional wrestling history are rumored to appear at WrestleMania 31. WWE's longest-tenured wrestler, the Undertaker, might face Bray Wyatt at this year's big event.

As for Sting, who made his Monday Night Raw debut before the Royal Rumble, he is slated to face Triple H at WrestleMania 31. The WWE Universe, however, is waiting for the fantasy match between the two to take place. While the Undertaker saga is changing each week, his status for WrestleMania 31 is looking promising.

Will the Undertaker and Sting ever wrestle each other? That's the big question floating around much of the WWE Universe. If there was any doubt that these two legends would never face off in the squared circle, there is still hope. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, Sting and the Undertaker are scheduled to wrestle each other, but not for another year.

"The current plan for the Raw after WrestleMania 31 right now is to have Undertaker and Sting face to face to set a future match at WrestleMania 32 in Dallas Texas which would be both mens final match and both are already being talked about for the Hall Of Fame Class of 2016. - via theSpOtLight on Facebook."

Every WWE fan, young and old, will be very excited about this news. Sting and the Undertaker are both deserving of the WWE Hall of Fame, as well as a match between the two to end their respective careers. It will take a lot of careful booking when the WWE Creative officials sit down to book the feud and match.

The only way it might make sense is if they book it to how the Rock came back at WrestleMania 27 and then the next night on Raw, they already confirmed the main event for WrestleMania 28. Rock and Cena feuded minimally for the better part of eight months, but when the Survivor Series pay-per-view came around, the program intensified until WrestleMania 28.

Each WWE fan wanted to see the Rock take on John Cena for the first time. Granted, a part of the WWE Universe didn't want to see it a second time, but this case with the Undertaker and Sting is very different. There will definitely not be a second time. Both men will retire after their match at WrestleMania 32 if the WWE goes through with the match.

It will be very difficult to predict Sting's road to this year's WrestleMania pay-per-view. He's only appeared on WWE television two times. The first time was at the Survivor Series show while the other was a month ago before the Royal Rumble. For WWE fans, a dream matchup will finally come true at WrestleMania 32 when Sting and the Undertaker finally go toe-to-toe at wrestling's biggest stage.

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