The Undertaker set to appear at WrestleMania 35

Legendary WWE Superstar The Undertaker has agreed to appear at WrestleMania 35 which will be held at the Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey on April 7 next year. Ringside News confirmed this development and they also reported that WWE is looking to get him to agree for a match at Survivor Series, but it is understood that The Undertaker hasn’t yet said if he will be working the event as of yet.

If The Undertaker has a match at the grandest stage of all, which is likely, he could be going one-on-one against John Cena and that could be his farewell match in WWE.

Earlier this year, Cena, who did not have any match at WrestleMania, provoked The Phenom for a match at WrestleMania but failed in doing so. He was at the Superdome as a fan and suddenly, he ran to the locker room after an official had a word with him.

Soon after, Cena walked out to the ring in his attire and to everyone's surprise, The Undertaker appeared and accepted Cena's challenge. The veteran did a short of Cena and beat him in less than three minutes with his signature move, Tombstone Piledriver.

Since then, Cena has not appeared on WWE television but is expected to be back in time for WrestleMania to build the rivalry against Undertaker.

The Phenom is currently involved in a feud with Triple H and Shawn Michaels. He was involved in a historic final showdown against his nemesis Triple H at the WWE Super Show-Down where Shawn Michaels helped his friend beat the Undertaker. Following the match, the Brothers of Destruction, Kane and The Undertaker turned on Triple H and Shawn Michaels and attacked them.

After their actions at the MCG, the De-Generation X returned last week on Raw and Challenged the Brothers of Destruction for a tag team match at the WWE Crown Jewel PPV that has been scheduled to take place at the King Saud University stadium in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia next month.


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