Some interesting rumors are floating around about the Undertaker. It appears that the legendary performer isn't all that keen on working with Braun Strowman at Wrestlemania 32. There are talks that he might use his veto power when management asks him to sign on for the match. The belief is that he wants to work with a better in ring performer in case this is his last match. He wants to ensure that the performance is up to par.
February 4, 2016
Despite not being all that impressive in the ring or having that much character development, Braun Strowman is a big focus for WWE officials as they plan out how they want Wrestlemania 32 to unfold. Management really wants him to have a big role on the show. Some are even pushing for him to work a match against Undertaker, which is a pretty prime spot on the card. The front office might opt to protect him by doing a tag team match instead.
February 4, 2016
To capitalize on Dwayne Johnson making an appearance at Wrestlemania 32, WWE is teasing that a potential match against the Undertaker might be taking place that night in Dallas. The long time rivals would draw in huge numbers. Unfortunately, though, it won't happen unless Johnson can work something out with the studios because their insurance prevents him from getting physical in the ring.
January 2, 2016
Well, it looks like WWE has changed up plans for Undertaker and Kane at the Survivor Series. Initially, the Brothers of Destruction were going to find teammates to take on all four members of the Wyatt Family. The story has now been changed. Instead, it will simply be a traditional tag team match. Bray Wyatt will choose the two members of his team, and he will unlikely be one of the choices.
November 11, 2015
During a podcast interview with Jim Ross, Abyss revealed some details about how close he came to signing with WWE back in 2006. John Laurinaitis had an offer on the table, but he backed out of the deal at the very last minute because he did not want to leave TNA after spending so many years there. Abyss also revealed to Ross that there were plans for him to feud with Undertaker and work a big match together at Wrestlemania.
November 11, 2015
With the devastating loss of Seth Rollins, WWE has been forced to make changes to their Wrestlemania lineup. The former world heavyweight champion was scheduled for one of the main event slots. One of the ideas that has been tossed around backstage is to finally pull that trigger on a match between John Cena and Undertaker, especially since the latter is running out of performers that he can work with.
November 8, 2015
At the end of Hell in a Cell, the Wyatt Family came out and kidnapped the Undertaker after his match against Brock Lesnar. Jim Ross was critical of that finish. The legendary commentator felt that WWE missed an opportunity to elevate a younger performer by having him come out to try to save the heavily respected Undertaker. Ross also feels that JBL and Jerry Lawler should have made an attempt to help as well.
November 1, 2015
There are rumors floating around that Undertaker and Brock Lesnar went into business for themselves at Hell in a Cell. Some believe that the two of them purposely used blood without telling WWE officials. There may be some merit to this speculation since Undertaker and Lesnar have a ton of clout with the front office. They also care enough about their matches to go above and beyond in this manner.
October 30, 2015
Since WWE is very adamant against blood nowadays, there is a policy in place where performers get fined whenever they bleed during a match. Even though Undertaker and Brock Lesnar have a ton of backstage stroke in the company, the belief is that they will both be fined for their main event match at Hell in a Cell. Management has to set an example, so they cannot allow these two guys to get a pass.
October 27, 2015