Bengaluru, Sep 30: We are yet to receive any update about the Undertaker's return in the WWE. He was last seen competing at Wrestlemania 32 against Shane McMahon inside Hell in a Cell structure.
We have not heard or seen him in the WWE, since then. Rumors suggest that he might return to the WWE until the next Wrestlemania season picks up.
He did not show up in the WWE Draft either leading him to be one of the hottest free agents in today's pro-wrestling circuit.
Meanwhile, a report from ibtimes.com suggests that we might end up getting a huge Fatal-4-way match at Wrestlemania 33 featuring Undertaker, Brock Lesnar, Goldberg, and Sting.
The biggest wrestling show of the year is scheduled to take place on April 2nd in 2017 and rumor mill is suggesting that Goldberg will take on the beast incarnate, Brock Lesnar on the show.
However, Goldberg wished to face The Undertaker upon return rather than Lesnar. At the same time, Sting has also mentioned in a recent interview that he still has some unfinished business with the Phenom.
Considering that the dream match between Sting and the Undertaker never happened, the rumor mills also suggests that we might end up getting this blockbuster fatal-4-way main event.
Sting said in an episode of Legends with JBL, "That's the unfinished business — I've always wanted to have that match, and I know that wrestling fans have always wanted to see it too."
Considering that Sting is 51-year-old and has not left much in the tank, WWE might come up with this idea. On the other hand, Goldberg continued to target Brock Lesnar as his next opponent by admitting that he is pretty much in good shape and ready to go.
"No matter how old I am and you never say never but I mean it's getting close to that clock kind of stopping on me but I mean you know you never seen we need one more in may. Man, I still can do it at 49. Brock, you're next."