3 legendary WWE Superstars who could retire The Undertaker at WrestleMania 35
When it comes to the ‘Grandest Stage Of Them All’, there is no one who even comes remotely close to 'the Deadman’.
In a staggering 26 matches at WrestleMania, The Undertaker has a whopping record of 24-2, including an unprecedented run of 21 consecutive victories - famously referred to as ‘The Streak’.
Given that The Undertaker is now in the twilight of his unmatched career, let us look at 3 legendary superstars who could retire ‘The Deadman’ at WrestleMania 35.
#3 John Cena
John Cena is the most obvious choice to retire The Undertaker at ‘the Grandest Stage of Them All’.
For the 34th edition of WrestleMania, the WWE built up the match between Cena and The Undertaker for weeks, only for Undertaker to squash Cena in 3 minutes.
Also, it was a dream match that fans had craved for years, and the way the iconic match ended with Cena offering almost zero offense, left the WWE Universe in a state of shock.
Now, with the 35th edition of WrestleMania coming up, the WWE should again book this classic between Cena and the Undertaker, have these two legends provide the fans with 15-20 minutes of thrilling action, make Cena go over the Undertaker, and have The Deadman walk into the sunset.
#2 Shawn Michaels
It was 9 years ago when Shawn Michaels and the Undertaker wrestled in a Streak vs Career match at WrestleMania. It is still today hailed as one of the greatest matches ever in the history of the ‘show of shows’.
All thought Michaels had retired and was at peace, but last year, the WWE dropped a huge surprise by making Michaels return to the ring for a tag team match at Crown Jewel.
Now the question is - did the WWE have such a big superstar like Shawn Michaels return just for one match, and that too, a tag team match at Crown Jewel?
Surely, WWE must have bigger plans for Michaels.
Now, the best way the WWE can utilize Michaels is to pit him against The Undertaker in a ‘last time ever’ classic, build a solid storyline based on their past battles, have these two legends have a go at each other for one final time at WrestleMania 35, and have Shawn emerge as the victor.
It would be a fitting tribute to the Undertaker as well, as there is no bigger legend than ‘Mr. Wrestlemania’ to retire The Phenom.