5 reasons why The Undertaker should not come out of retirement
- Should The Undertaker come out of retirement? Here are five reasons why The Deadman having one more match would be a bad idea.
Should The Deadman rise again?
It's a question that has gone through the WWE Universe's mind ever since The Undertaker lost to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33. While a lot of fans probably want to see 'Taker compete in a WWE ring one more time, there are many reasons why that's not a good idea
Keep in mind that this doesn't mean The Undertaker can't come back and have one more match, but it probably wouldn't be in anyone's best interest at this point in time.
In the end, though, it's Vince McMahon and The Undertaker's decision to make and here are five reasons why they shouldn't pull the trigger on something like this.
#5 Mocking the streak
Despite taking two losses, The Undertaker has the best record of any WWE Superstar at WrestleMania and that's nothing to bat an eye at. With that in mind and Vince McMahon's desire to push younger talent, its likely that the coveted streak would just become a catalyst for another young star's career to take off.
The Deadman's defeat at WrestleMania 33 sent a message and that message was that Roman Reigns was the next big thing. While some might think WWE could just do the same scenario again like they did by having Triple H take on Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins and Daniel Bryan, the result wouldn't be the same and would only anger fans of "The Streak".
The reason for this is that having The Undertaker continue to take losses is a mockery of his legendary streak and would just upset his die-hard fans in the process. There's honestly no positive message that another Superstar defeating the streak would create and it would just mean massive heat on whoever wins.