WWE legend The Undertaker set for WrestleMania return
The Undertaker could be set for a WWE return just three months after announcing his retirement.
Taker, 55, hung up his boots in November in a farewell at Survivor Series, exactly 30 years on from his debut.
He did confess he would return ‘in case of emergency’ and if boss Vince McMahon was ‘in a pinch’, but called his
final ride the ‘perfect ending’.
According to insider account @WrestleVotes, Undertaker’s future is not yet decided.
They add that most of those backstage think he is ‘done’ with his career, but could be convinced otherwise by
WWE boss Vince McMahon.
It comes after the WWE announced a two-night Mania card on April 10 and 11 at Raymond James Stadium in
Tampa, Florida. John Cena and Goldberg are potential stars in the pipeline to headline.
Despite rumors of a Taker return, the 55-year-old recently called the WWE’s current product ‘a little soft’ and
appeared content in retirement.
He said on the Joe Rogan Experience: “The product has changed so much and it’s kind of off.
“I’ll probably piss a lot of people off but they need to hear it. It is what it is.