Will The Undertaker Calling Out WWE Affects His Wrestlemania Status?
The Undertaker will be back to compete in Wrestlemania after a hiatus of one year. He is scheduled to take on AJ Styles in a dream match for many of the pro-wrestling fans. This particular event is the holy ground where he solidified his legacy over the year and we believe he will improve his 24-2 record on the grandest show. Considering a recent happening, could the outcome turn out to be otherwise? Probably, the answer would be NO.
As reported previously, WWE failed to add Michelle McCool to the list of greatest female superstars to hold titles in WWE. It was a list to honor the women on the occasions of celebrating women’s day where WWE excluded the 4-time champion as well as The Undertaker’s better half.
It was not taken well by The Phenome as he decided to call out the WWE breaking kayfabe character. The tweet is given below,
Too little too late…unbelievable!!
— Undertaker (@undertaker) March 3, 2020
WWE often decides to punish superstars through storyline perspectives if they are unhappy with their behaviors. So rumors have been running rampant whether The Undertaker falls under the same category or not. The recent call-out seems to be going well with the top officials of the WWE despite they have updated the list and inserted Michelle McCool into the list.
Veteran wrestling journalist Tom Colohue was asked if Undertaker calling out WWE publicly will affect his WrestleMania 36 match. He wiped out any of the chances as The Undertaker is the rarest character in the company who is above anyone else. He does whatever he does, whenever he wants. Considering he is trusted shoulder status, WWE won’t be punishing him, at all,
“None whatsoever. The Undertaker, when he signs his contract, when he starts working out, he will still be there, he will still be involved in the match.
He’s had issues before, but when it comes to out there in the ring, he will always be there to deliver. That’s just the way The Undertaker works.”
With that being said, we should be getting ready to get a mega match featuring The Undertaker. Also, WWE is planning to celebrate the 30th anniversary of his career, later this year. Survivor Series 2020 is the exact PPV when the legendary superstars will complete three decades in the WWE.
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