WWE News: Plans For The Undertaker’s Return — When Will He Confront Bray Wyatt?

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It’s become pretty obvious over the last couple of weeks that WWE is planning on having Bray Wyatt go one-on-one with The Undertaker at WrestleMania, but the question remains — when will The Undertaker make his return to WWE and confront Bray Wyatt? Most people are assuming Undertaker will return on this Monday’s RAW, but — according to Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline— that may not be the case.

Rumor has it that WWE will hold off The Undertaker’s return until the very last RAW before WrestleMania. The plan — as of right now — is to have Wyatt get more and more frustrated as time goes on because The Undertaker hasn’t responded to him. Wyatt — like he’s doing right now — will never mention Undertaker by name during this time.

Another reason why WWE wants to hold off Undertaker’s return for as long as possible is because he reportedly isn’t looking good, and isn’t in good health. But, Undertaker has been loyal to WWE since he made his WWE debut back in 1990, and will do anything they ask him to do.

There is some concern as to how the fans will react to The Undertaker when he makes his WWE return, as some people believe that the fans will not see the point in him returning due to his WrestleMania streak being broken last year by Brock Lesnar, and the match that makes the most sense is Undertaker vs. Lesnar, but Lesnar will be busy defending the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in the main event of WrestleMania.

If WWE sticks to their plan for The Undertaker, his return will come on the March 23 edition of RAW, which will be taking place from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.

Will this be The Undertaker’s final match? Well, most people believe that he’ll hold on for one more match after this, and have his retirement match at next year’s WrestleMania, which is taking place in his home state of Texas. The rumor is that he’ll also be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame next year, as well.

The Undertaker will turn 50 just a few days before this year’s WrestleMania, and he certainly looked every bit his age last year. Both WWE and its fans are hoping that last year’s performance by The Undertaker was a fluke, and the people within WWE are blaming his bad performance on the fact that he suffered a concussion early on in his match with Brock Lesnar. But, if The Undertaker looks bad again this year, it’s likely that it’ll be his last match.

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