At WWE Hell in a Cell, officials may have began the final run of the Undertaker. Even though he said he could work for another couple of years, the Undertaker’s time in the WWE is running out. For WWE fans, it’s hard to admit. Since 1990, the Deadman has remained in a position to ignite excitement from the crowd and provide them with moments to never forget. Unfortunately, he won’t be appearing on WWE television for much longer.
The signs are starting to appear. Undertaker teamed up with his brother, Kane, during the WWE’s tour of Mexico. During the Hell in a Cell pay-per-view, they started to promote Survivor Series. This particular promotion involved ominous music and a big full-screen that said, “25 Years of the Undertaker.” So, it’s obvious that Taker will be involved in Survivor Series in the smallest capacity.
According to Cageside Seats, there’s a chance that Undertaker and Kane may work together once again.
“Undertaker & Kane with two partners against The Wyatt Family in a traditional Survivor Series match is apparently the plan for the Survivor Series pay-per-view, though it’s unclear who the two partners will be.”
As for the other two opponents, there are viable options that make sense. The most-probable of people are the Dudley Boyz. They won’t be doing anything, plus, the Usos will return soon and feud with the New Day. That will leave Bubba Ray and Devon without a high-profile program. If that does happen, they can bill their group as the Attitude Era team, or something of that nature.
Either way, the WWE can find two more people to team with the Brothers of Destruction. As of now, the Dudley Boyz are the probable team to help.
Jim Ross, legendary-WWE announcer, commented on the two men blading, which became a big topic online since it took place.
“It’s hard to believe that some wresting pundits actually believe that Brock Lesnar and Undertaker went into business for themselves and kept everyone in WWE, including the chairman, in the dark about their use of blood in their HIAC match. How the blood was derived may be another issue but the two talents taking matters into their own hands without approval isn’t too likely to have occurred. Their match was the best bout on the show Sunday in LA. “
Once again, Ross shed some light on the entire situation. The way Undertaker can work at his age, 50-years old, is something that is rarely seen from an athlete in any professional sport. He’s truly one of a kind that will be missed when he’s gone.
That being said, perhaps the WWE should have Taker pass the torch to Bray Wyatt as he departs from the WWE. It doesn’t mean that Wyatt needs to beat him at WrestleMania. There are plenty of chances for Taker and Wyatt to wrestle. Bottom line, expect greatness from this feud moving forward.
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