BY BLAKE OESTRIECHER – SEPT 28, 2019
Ever since The Undertaker returned to WWE SmackDown earlier this month, many fans have been wondering: When will “The Deadman” wrestle again?
According to the Wrestling Observer (h/t SEScoops), The Undertaker recently signed what essentially amounts to a “lifetime contract” with WWE, which has led to increased speculation about what the immediate future holds for one of the biggest legends in company history. Taker shocked the world earlier this year when–on the heels of his awful showing against Goldberg at Super Showdown in Saudi Arabia–he made an unexpected return to Raw and then teamed with Roman Reigns to take on Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon at Extreme Rules. “The Phenom” looked to be in fantastic shape at that pay-per-view–where he delivered perhaps his best in-ring performance in several years–and he was at one point even linked to a potential singles match against McIntyre at SummerSlam.
While that match never came to fruition and probably isn’t even in the cards anymore, a new opponent may be stepping up to face The Undertaker: None other than “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt.
WWE is reportedly “considering” a confrontation between Wyatt and Taker that would take place on SmackDown’s debut on FOX on October 4. Of course, plans can and often do change in WWE, which could hold true in this situation as well, but there may be smoke to this fire… Read More HERE