5 Ways in which The Undertaker can surprise the fans at WrestleMania 34
A WrestleMania with no Undertaker is no WrestleMania at all. An unrivaled journey that began way back in 1991 at WrestleMania VII will most-likely culminate at the 34th edition in 2018. Much longevity. Such Amaze.
While some may argue that Reigns has done the job of ending one of the greatest pro wrestling careers of all time, WWE's teasers and word from the rumor mill paint a pleasantly different picture.
Sunday, 8th April 2018 could be the last time we see The Phenom at his stomping grounds and WWE ought to make it feel special. Last year's disastrous attempt may have left us teary-eyed, but the 23-minute botchfest that preceded the emotional finale doesn't deserve to be remembered as the closing chapter in The Undertaker's distinguished career.
WWE has the opportunity to rewrite the script and do it right this time, and in a few weeks, here's how the Deadman can surprise the fans in New Orleans:
#5 One final run until Survivor Series
Who would have predicted that this mysterious seven-footer who seemed like he hadn't slept in months back at Survivor Series in 1990 would go on to become vessel that holds the greatest character in all of pro wrestling?
WrestleMania may have been the stage where he created his legacy but Survivor Series is where it should all to come to an end.
Beating John Cena -- who is expected to take another hiatus after WrestleMania -- could be a solid way of kickstarting one final nostalgic run. WWE could pull off a Goldberg here.
However, there's a better option.
Undertaker's well-documented history with Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar presents a ready-made storyline for the Phenom to insert himself in.
An interference to either cost Reigns or Lesnar the title and a possible run with the Universal title in the post-WrestleMania season could be a fitting way to send off a legend; that is if his body permits him to return.
Another part-timer in the title scene could draw criticism but we're talking about the Undertaker here. Putting over someone like Braun Strowman or Finn Balor on his way out would be a creative masterstroke.