The Undertaker is now a once-a-year wrestler and shows up for WrestleMania as is expected of the “Dead Man.” Well, everyone believes Taker will be back for WrestleMania 32 as it is in his home state of Texas next year, but now it appears to be confirmed. A video played last night at Monday Night Raw and it was a promo for WrestleMania 32 that was entirely Undertaker-oriented.
WrestleZone received a live fan report from Monday Night Raw last night, and it detailed the dark matches and a lot of other things that happened off camera. One of the things that took place was a promo for WrestleMania 32.
The promo appeared to be heavily and totally focused on The Undertaker and all about him being there.
“WWE ran a trailer advertising WM 32 from Dallas, Texas. The trailer featured The Undertaker’s gong noise and a close-up of Taker. It seemed to be a very clear advertisement for Taker competing at WM 32.”
Now, there has been one official trailer released by WWE for WrestleMania 32, and there is a very quick moment in it that has the gong ring, and The Undertaker appears for a brief few seconds. It’s not clear if this is the same promo run last night, but here is what WWE released three months ago.
The promo from March shows a number of other superstars and focuses more on the event being in Texas than anything else. The fan report seems to detail a different promo that is focused just on The Undertaker.
It’s pretty well expected that Undertaker is going to be at WrestleMania 32 in Texas and it is rumored that it could be his final match. Even Jim Ross believes that The Undertaker is going to call it a career after the event.
“I don’t share the feeling that the match has been overlooked (Undertaker/Batista at WrestleMania 22). I see Taker perhaps having one more match this year and calling it a career at Wrestlemania Texas.”
Now, the interesting thing is that Ross says he sees Undertaker “having one more match this year.” Just yesterday, a picture was going around on Twitter that showed The Undertaker working out big-time and looking to be in great shape.
This has led to rumors that Taker could be heading back to a WWE ring before next year’s event in Texas and possibly doing another feud and match. No one knows if or when this may happen, but Undertaker is looking very different at this point in 2015 than he did at the same time in 2014.
For now, The Undertaker is nowhere to be seen on WWE television and is expected back for at least one final match at WrestleMania 32. The video promo makes it seem that the “Dead Man” will be the focus, but rumors have a weird way of being wrong sometimes.