This got the wrestling world buzzing big time.
These promos started airing after the Royal Rumble and featured a small house in the pouring rain.
The promos closely resembled the WCW Starrcade 1997 promos for the big Sting/Hulk Hogan match and the Internet Wrestling Community went nuts.
Speculation started and while some believed it to be the Undertaker, more held hope that it would be Sting’s debut with WWE.
Sting is probably the greatest legend to never work for Vince McMahon and a Sting vs. Undertaker match has been a dream for fans since the debut of Sting’s crow gimmick.
As time went by we got to see someone walking up the steps in black boots and a black trench coat which added fuel to the fire that it was the Icon Sting.
The wrestling world was truly buzzing for the first time in years.
Was Sting finally coming to WWE? The answer to that question turned out to be a big no.
Before February 21st hit, a promo aired showing someone through the window which was clearly the Deadman.
On the date the videos were hyping, the Undertaker made his return after a three month hiatus.
As he got into the ring and took off his hat, Triple H’s music hit. The Game was also making his return after a nine month hiatus.
What happened when these two Attitude Era stars went face to face? Nothing, but that nothing was more powerful than any words that could have been said.
They just stared each other down until Triple H glanced up at the WrestleMania 27 sign. The Undertaker looked up at it as well but just smirked and shook his head.
As he was walking out he stopped, turned around and cut his throat. He accepted his challenge. The Game answered back with the crotch chop.
How do you start a feud without any words? That’s how you do it! They didn’t need words as their actions did all of the talking.
The hype for this was beautifully done and the result was just as awesome.
They went onto WrestleMania to have a very physical match that Undertaker won. He hasn’t been seen since, though.