Last updated on October 2, 2019
The Undertaker has N’t competed inside WWE ring Because he Awakened with Roman Reigns to Shoot on Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon in WWE Extreme Rules in July this year. The game came as a surprise for most wrestling fans, particularly after the Phenom’s game against The Goldberg in WWE SuperShowDown was slammed for carrying out possibly life-threatening botches.
But why? And who will the prior six-time Earth Champion confront as his next competitor?
A report from Forbes demonstrated that WWE is likely to generate a face-off between The Undertaker and the WWE’s most up-to-date creature – The Fiend (or even Bray Wyatt). The rumors began out whenever the Fiend exhibited the amount 11:19 at a recent installment of this Firefly Fun House, which has been accepted as a reference Undertaker’s debut game at Survivor Series on November 19, 1990.
The report adds the Fiend could be observed assaulting Undertaker on Smackdown Fox’s debut event, which would establish a match between the 2 creatures at Survivor Series after this season. The sole obstacle, which seems to be from the narrative is how The Fiend is set to confront Seth Rollins for its Universal Championship in the approaching pay-per-view Hell in a Cell, and an overall consensus involving wrestling enthusiasts is that the Fiend shouldn’t lose the game or it’ll finish the atmosphere generated by the personality.
However, because The Undertaker isn’t a routine on WWE, it could hardly make sense for him to face off against Bray Wyatt to get a name game. As a result of this conundrum, as frequently occurs with WWE, the programs may change. However, there isn’t any doubt that fans would like to find that the game between the 2 stars, and see The Undertaker passing about the monster flashlight into The Fiend.