WrestleMania 37 is less than 10 days away, and the excitement keeps on rising! This will be the second two-day WrestleMania in history, and the first WWE show with fans in over a year. However, even though the card is stacked, there is still one void – The Undertaker.
The Undertaker and WrestleMania go hand-in-hand, and it’s impossible to imagine the ‘Show of Shows’ without him. So, let’s find out if the ‘Deadman‘ will show up this year at Raymond James Stadium.
WrestleMania 37 is spread out across two days. So far, the card has shaped up brilliantly, but there is no Undertaker on the card. Yes, we know the ‘Deadman’ called it a career after his Boneyard Match against AJ Styles last year. But anything can happen in the WWE!
WrestleMania and The Undertaker are synonymous with each other. The ‘Phenom’s’ first WrestleMania match was against Jimmy ‘Superfly’ Snuka in 1991. Since then, he has competed at every WrestleMania except WM 2000 and WM 35.
Although he may have officially retired from the squared circle, it’s never say never in the WWE. In fact, Taker himself said that he plans to stay retired, but it all depends on Mr. McMahon. If he calls Taker, he will show up.
We believe The Undertaker will appear at the ‘Grandest Stage of Them All’ this year. Why? Well, let us give two reasons. First, The Undertaker’s final match and his final farewell had no fans in attendance. It would fit for him to appear in some form and write the end of his story himself.
Another reason he may appear is that this is the first WrestleMania with fans in attendance. WWE is doing everything they can to make this year’s Mania the most exciting.
They want the first entrance in front of fans to be special. What better than The Undertaker declaring the show open?
We know Taker will be at the WWE Hall of Fame on April 6. We believe he may induct Kane into the Hall of Fame. So, an appearance a few days later at Mania is highly likely!