To think, this is the last image we've seen of The Undertaker for months on end. Since then he's been out of sight, out of mind.
And with WrestleMania XXVIII on the horizon, any chance of seeing 'Taker's 20th' Mania Match means he must return in a little over a month at the very latest in order to start a program with whoever his opponent will be, be it Triple H, CM Punk, Brock Lesnar, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Mick Foley, Dolph Ziggler or whoever.
But, right now at least, the chances of seeing The Undertaker return at the Royal Rumble are highly unlikely, if not completely ridiculous. There's no way The Undertaker would return just to be thrown over the top rope and ruin any chance of competing for a World Title at WrestleMania.
And as this is the same for Elimination Chamber in February, what we're most likely going to see is The Undertaker return and engage in cutting promos every other week on Raw in the build-up for his match like with Triple H in 2011.
And I am definitely not okay with that.
One of the biggest problems facing The Undertaker in April will be that it's been a year since he competed in the ring. Now while I don't doubt he can still put together a good story with his opponent on the night, ring rust will play a major role in the match if 'Taker does not have warm-up matches in the weeks leading up to Miami.
Giving the Phenom a chance to get back into the swing of things will lead to a much more well-rounded match with his opponent than just the brawl with Triple H at WrestleMania XXVII.
On top of that, having both competitors engaging in matches every other week would help add to whatever storyline WWE decide to go with, leading to the all-important brawl finish to a match on the last Raw before 'Mania.
There's no denying that the buildup for the No Hold's Barred Match last year was very dull, only finally becoming interesting when Shawn Michaels was thrown into the mix on the last Raw before the event.
If the same build-up is done again, there is no doubt the response from the crowd will be more negative and more vocal than a year ago.