From the WWE Rumor Mill: The Undertaker could return at Survivor Series
Is the WWE really planning to bring the Undertaker back from retirement?
What’s the story?
As gathered by Wrestling Inc, the Undertaker could possibly return and team up with Kane in order to face the Shield at Survivor Series.
In case you didn’t know…
Kane is part of a coalition of heels that will hope to defeat the Shield at TLC in a 3-on-5 Handicap Tables, Ladders and Chairs match. His brother, the Undertaker, lost to Roman Reigns in the main event of WrestleMania 33. Therefore, there is enough wiggle-room in storyline to set up a Brothers of Destruction vs. Shield match at Survivor Series.
The heart of the matter
Speculation regarding Taker's potential return for one last match at Survivor Series has been rife throughout the pro-wrestling community these few weeks and follows the reformation of the Shield.
Taker’s brother, Kane, returned this past Monday night on RAW, aligning himself with Braun Strowman, the Bar and the Miz for a match against the Shield at TLC.
Furthermore, several experts have been highlighting the fact that the Undertaker and WWE want him to finish his career at Survivor Series, given that he made his official on-screen WWE debut at the very same PPV event back in 1990.
Kane, Braun Strowman, the Bar (Cesaro & Sheamus) and the Miz compete against Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins at the upcoming RAW brand-exclusive pay-per-view Tables, Ladders & Chairs (TLC) which takes place on October 22nd.
Well, as much as the Undertaker needs to heal his body, what with having recently undergone hip surgery, it would be an awesome sight to see him bid adieu to the sport at Survivor Series.
In my opinion, a potential Taker appearance at Survivor could be reserved for next year. However, should he feel healthy enough to go perform at this year's edition of the event, he will be welcomed with open arms.