Vince McMahon wants Undertaker to compete in another Wrestlemania

Arindam Paul / 19 April 2016

According to the previous reports that surfaced the internet suggested that Undertaker has been informed that the Hell in a Cell match against Shane McMahon at Wrestlemania 32 was going to be his last at the event. He himself too was seen telling people backstage after the mega match that he had competed in his last bout at Wrestlemania. If you have noticed carefully, then you must have noticed that after the end of the match Undertaker pulled off his gloves and left it in the ring which was an indication that the Phenome may not be seen at the grandest stage after this.

Though, for the last couple of years, Undertaker was said to be competing in his last match but obviously has returned for another performance at the grandest stage. This year the rumors came into play at the same time after Wrestlemania. Furthermore, he was removed from many of his scheduled dates on the upcoming WWE UK Tour which fuelled it more.

Although the confirmed news was that, Undertaker will be seen performing in two shows on the tour – April 19th in London and on 20th April in Newcastle, England. Both was supposed to be tag team matches where he would team up with his in-ring brother Kane to take on against the team of Braun Strowman and Eric Rowan. But, that has been cancelled as the Deadman will not perform in Europe.

The latest news is that Vince McMahon wants Undertaker to have one last match at Wrestlemania 33, possibly against John Cena which will mark as the Deadman’s proper send-off. This bout was previously scheduled for this year’s Wrestlemania but got nixed due to Cena’s shoulder injury. Though, dailywrestlingnews.com suggests that Cena most probably will involve in the title picture heading towards Orlando, Florida but that change of plans can take place anytime. Vince knows the proper storyline and some space for the Deadman will automatically push the trusted combat of the franchise to perform one last time at Wrestlemania.

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