WWE News: The Undertaker Not Performing At Wrestlemania 36
It was reported on several occasions that WWE might be considering to bring in multiple Hall of Famers to fill in the WrestleMania match card. The Dirty Sheets has given updates that WWE officials are considering doing a final bout between old rivals Edge and John Cena at WrestleMania 36.
It is considered as Edge might have already been cleared to come back to competition whereas Cena expressed interest to wrestle, as well.
There have also been speculations that Hulk Hogan will come back for one last match at WrestleMania 36. He is pushing for this bout as the biggest event of the year takes place in his hometown of Tampa, Florida.
Also, Goldberg is said to be in the mix as his signed contract forces him to do a couple of matches on regular intervals.
Now, while WWE officials are discussing plans for John Cena, Edge, Triple H, Hulk Hogan, and even Goldberg, there have been no discussions regarding using The Undertaker at WrestleMania 36.
We should note the situation was the same during the previous edition and WWE shocked the world by putting away The Undertaker from the match card, altogether. This is why rumors are ongoing that The Phenome may have been done with WrestleMania, (courtesy wwfoldschool.com)
“Undertaker wasn’t used at WrestleMania 35, and if part-time names like Cena, Edge, Triple H, and Goldberg have matches or roles at WrestleMania 36, there’s a big chance that WWE might not use Taker at another WrestleMania and save him for future shows (mostly Saudi Arabia PPVs) due to enough star power already on the match-card.”
Previous plans for WWE would have been doing The Undertaker vs. The Fiend for the Universal Championship at WrestleMania 36. But that plan has been changed as Roman Reigns vs. The Fiend could headline the show, as per the updated reports.
There is also speculation like old times that 2020 could be the final year of The Undertaker’s in-ring career. In that case, we have seen The Undertaker performing in his final WrestleMania match at the 34th edition where he had a squash win over John Cena at keeping his WrestleMania record to 24-2.
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