You can't keep a Deadman down.
Shawn Michaels may have earned the nickname Mr WrestleMania for the sheer quality of his matches on the Grandest Stage of Them All, but maybe that tile really belongs to The Undertaker.
The Deadman has a total of TWENTY-SIX appearances at Mania, with just two defeats (to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX and Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33).
Last year's WrestleMania 35 was the first since WrestleMania 2000 not to feature a match by The Undertaker, but the Phenom has had a couple of bouts since.
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There was the watch-through-your-fingers debacle with Goldberg at WWE Super ShowDown 2019 last June, and the much, MUCH better tag match alongside Reigns against Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon a month later at Extreme Rules.
And while The Streak is long over, it's still hard to think about WrestleMania without thinking of The Undertaker. With a couple of months to go, the Deadman still doesn't have a date for the dance.
With the Phenom taking out-of-character bookings (Weddings? Bar Mitzvahs? Funerals??) and his stripped-back schedule, a match isn't a given, and there are persistent whispers that he's put down the hat, gloves and boots for good.
Reports of his demise have been greatly exaggerated in the past. There was talk of retirement after Taker's Streak-ending loss to Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX, but he returned a year later to defeat Bray Wyatt.
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John Cena refused to take no for an answer though, calling out The Undertaker repeatedly on Monday Night Raw, but Cena got more than he bargained for when the Deadman came out on top at WrestleMania 34.
So the chances are The Undertaker will fight (at least) one more time at the Showcase of the Immortals, at WrestleMania 36. We round up his possible opponents.