Since the match with Undertaker at Wrestlemania is so high profile, Shane McMahon is making sure that he is as properly trained as he can be before stepping into that gigantic Hell in a Cell structure at AT&T Stadium next month. While he's going to end up working with several different people, the main person training McMahon right now is none other than Tommy Dreamer. The belief is that there will be some sort of hardcore spot being done.
March 2, 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
Through FOX Sports, Jim Ross revealed a rather interesting story about Ole Anderson. Back when Undertaker was wrestling in WCW, his contract was coming to an end. Ross felt that the deal should have been renewed and tried to convince Anderson to make it happen. However, Anderson told Ross that he felt that Undertaker would never be a draw and doubted his future in the business.
November 20, 2015
In order to get as much out of Undertaker as possible, WWE has decided that he will be heading up a team at the Survivor Series. His teammates have not been revealed just yet. The idea for the match is one of the reasons why Braun Strowman was added to the Wyatt Family. Management needs a really big draw for the pay per view, so this is their way of doing it.
October 26, 2015
Meek Mill has been making the news as of late because of his beef with Drake. The rapper now has another enemy in WWE. According to TMZ, the company is none too pleased that the rapper used a portion of the Undertaker theme song in a track. The use was not authorized whatsoever, so the promotion is looking into legal actions.
August 1, 2015
Rumors are floating around that the reason why the main event of Monday Night Raw felt like it was just thrown together is because it was. Management was so focused getting things right with Brock Lesnar and Undertaker that they simply threw together a main event filled with big name guys that would send the audience home happy. The goal was selling the main event of Summerslam.
July 21, 2015
During an interview with Chael Sonnen, Paul Heyman revealed that he had pitched an idea to management to let CM Punk be the one to end the streak of the Undertaker. Heyman did that because he felt that it would have kept Punk in WWE a little while longer, as the winner would definitely need to capitalize on being given such an honor.
June 11, 2015
Since he is coming off of a huge match with Undertaker at Wrestlemania, many were under the assumption that Bray Wyatt was going to be featured prominently on Monday Night Raw as a way to capitalize on the momentum. However, WWE opted to keep him off television instead. His injury is the biggest reason for that, as management does not want to jeopardize his future. Wyatt may be kept out until after Extreme Rules.
March 31, 2015