From the WWE Rumour Mill: The Undertaker match with John Cena at Survivor Series confirmed?
The Undertaker may be returning for one last match and it might be against Cena.
What's the story?
The advertisement on the WWE Website for Survivor Series may have just confirmed that The Undertaker is returning to WWE for the pay-per-view. The Phenom may return to face John Cena, as Cena is now advertised for the event.
In case you did not know...
It was previously reported that WWE was working hard to get Cena free from his filming commitments during Survivor Series so as to feud with the Undertaker. Mark Calloway had apparently made a commitment to the WWE to wrestle one last time if he was allowed to face John Cena.
Cena's prior filming commitments had made the match tough to book, but with Cena advertised for the pay-per-view, the situation may have just changed.
The heart of the matter
It seemed like The Undertaker had truly ended his career at Wrestlemania when he left his ring gear inside the squared circle before leaving, after the loss against Roman Reigns. It had seemed like a final goodbye, but that may not be the case after all.
With the rumours that WWE were trying their best to free Cena from his filming commitments at Survivor Series, it seems that they were successful after all. The WWE website advertised Survivor Series with John Cena very prominently displayed both on the poster and the Featured Superstars list.
Cena name dropped the Deadman during a promo against Reign calling him an "old man with a busted hip". This and the fact that the No Mercy Promo ends with a gong that sounds exactly like the gong of the Undertaker may mean that he will return during Cena's match at No Mercy.
John Cena is about to face Roman Reigns in a match at No Mercy very soon, and this means that there is a huge chance that the match may be interfered in by The Undertaker.
This would be the build up needed for the two to feud till Survivor Series.
Though the entire thing may just be rumours, there is too much proof for it to be simple coincidence.
This means The Undertaker might just get the dream match that everyone wanted for him at Wrestlemania earlier this year, where he instead faced Reigns. The fitness of The Undertaker will be a big question, but Cena being one of the safest workers in WWE, the two facing off in the Phenom's last match will be more than memorable.