What's the story?
Triple H was posed with a very interesting question regarding The Undertaker's future during a recent media call with members of the press from around the world.
In the midst of John Cena building up towards a match against the Phenom, The Game stated that only time will tell whether Taker continues to wrestle or not.
Triple H, however, didn't commit to his retirement and left the door open for a return to the ring after the 34th edition of the show of shows.
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The Undertaker is scheduled to return to work a dream match against John Cena, who has been relentless in his call-outs to the Deadman in recent weeks.
The Cenation leader has been firing insults towards the Undertaker on a weekly basis and has got nothing but silence from Undertaker in return. Cena continued to entice the Deadman into responding to his challenges on the most recent episode of Raw and was choke-slammed by Kane for all his troubles.
Kane and Cena will face each other on next week's Raw and should ideally be confronted by Undertaker to further the storyline.
The heart of the matter
When asked about Undertaker's future after Mania, HHH said that the Deadman's immediate future is playing out on television as we speak and that he has no clue where the angle with Cena is heading.
By predictably not giving too much away, Triple H went on to explain why Taker is justified to have the power to choose when and how he wishes to return.
"It's kind of a one-day-at-a-time thing and time will tell and we'll see. It really comes down to being up to The Undertaker, what he wants to do anywhere any time and he's earned that right certainly with everything that he has accomplished and everything he's done. He's earned the right to pick his shots, pick his opportunity and really dictate what he wants to do."
For now, the focus is solely on two of the most iconic stars of this generation going toe-to-toe on April 8th. Undertaker vs John Cena should be added to an already stacked Mania card in the coming weeks and the way it's done would make for some entertaining tv.
At 52 years old, Undertaker should just call it a day after his much-awaited showdown against WWE's Franchise Player. While I personally wouldn't mind a nostalgic final run, watching Taker struggle to lift his opponents up would be painful to watch.
However, I have no clue about what's happening behind the scenes and for all we know, Taker could be in a great shape for a swan song. Let's pray and hope he is indeed in tremendous shape.Published 24 Mar 2018, 04:01 IST