At WrestleMania 31, Sting and the Undertaker both competed in great matches. Sting took on Triple H in a metaphorical battle between WWE and WCW. As for the Phenom, he wrestled Bray Wyatt in a shortened match. Even though it was supposed to go on longer, the message was sent to the Undertaker haters in the WWE Universe. He can still compete without “the Streak” at WrestleMania.
Before WrestleMania 31, the WWE Universe knew Sting was going to wrestle at least one match. Once Triple H’s match with Sting was booked, everybody knew they weren’t getting their dream matchup between Sting and the Undertaker. Luckily, there’s still another year they could showcase the match.
In an earlier report by the Inquisitr, a backstage update on the two men was revealed. WWE wants the Undertaker to come back for the several more years. Obviously, it will be dependent on Taker’s health, but he looked great at WrestleMania 31. To add even more speculation onto the “Sting vs. Undertaker” match at next year’s WrestleMania, WWE.com is teasing a huge match between the two legends next year.
“Everything’s bigger in Texas, including our predictions for WWE WrestleMania 32. One year before The Show of Shows descends upon the Lone Star State, we peer into our crystal ball to forecast what?#?WrestleMania? moments might go down!”
- ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin will compete in one more match
- Ronda Rousey will compete inside a WWE ring
- The former Shield members will battle in a Triple Threat Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
- Mr. McMahon will battle Jerry Jones in Battle of the Billionaires 2
- Sting vs. The Undertaker
- An NXT Diva will defend the WWE Divas Championship
- Kalisto will win The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal
- The Tag Team Championships will be defended in a one-night-only tournament
On top of the matches listed in the WWE article, the match featuring Sting and the Undertaker is easily the most-intriguing. Everybody in the WWE Universe wants to see that bout. Even if it lasts 20 minutes with no highlight-reel spots, the nostalgia will be through the roof at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas.
There are others that don’t want to see it because they believe the “thrill is gone.” That argument is somewhat valid due to the Undertaker’s undefeated streak at WrestleMania being broken by Brock Lesnar last year. However, it is still Sting and the Undertaker. They define each other’s companies, which is why the WWE booked the match with Triple H the way they did.
Out of the entire WWE Universe, most would want to see Sting and the Undertaker do battle for their last match in pro wrestling. The build and booking would top anything WWE’s done in quite some time; because it’s a match wrestling fans actually want to see.
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