WrestleMania 36

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Undertaker, Goldberg and WWE Stars Most Likely to Retire…

WrestleMania 36 will be forever remembered for the unique situation surrounding the event, but the 2020 edition of WWE's marquee show could be the last for several Superstars. While the WWE Universe immediately looks to older performers like Undertaker and Goldberg when thinking about potential retirements, blossoming acting careers and nagging injuries could lead Superstars to call it a day. With the chance to prepare, record and perfect matches at the Performance Center to air during WrestleMania, set for April 4 and 5,
5 Potential Opponents for John Cena at WrestleMania 36

5 Potential Opponents for John Cena at WrestleMania 36

Speculation has already been building up around WrestleMania, particularly when John Cena, one of WWE’s most iconic stars, is expected to be present at the Tampa, Florida contest in April, 2020. Cena has already talked about his future in recent interviews, confirming his desire to make a return to the ring and also confirming his appearance at this 17th WrestleMania in succession. He played his last match at WrestleMania in the year 2017, losing to The Undertaker in quick time. If he gets
5 Potential Wrestlers who can defeat The Undertaker at WrestleMania 36

5 Potential WWE Wrestlers who can defeat The Undertaker…

The Undertaker, of course, needs no introduction. He is one of the greatest superstars to have appeared in the WWE Universe for years now and has the best record in WrestleMania and the history of professional wrestling too. He is considered one of the best ever superstars since he has performed amazingly at WrestleMania over the years, with a 24-2 record over 3 decades. He has defeated several top wrestlers in their prime including Diesel, Jimmy Snuka, John Cena, Ric Flair, Kane, Batista,