WWE News: The Latest Update on the Undertaker's New Look for WrestleMania 28

Chris HumphreyCorrespondent IFebruary 21, 2012

Photo Courtesy of WWE.com
Photo Courtesy of WWE.com

With the announcement of the Undertaker taking on Triple H inside Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania, there was something very different Monday night that only the trained eye could have noticed about the Phenom.

While never taking off his hood during the promo with Triple H, the Undertaker was sporting his best impression of Stone Cold Steve Austin, as the former WWE and World Heavyweight Champion was sporting a bald head for the first time in his career.

As we didn’t see it last night, when will we see the new look for the Undertaker on WWE television?

From Wrestling News Source:

WWE officials plan on keeping the Undertaker’s new look (bald head) kept under his hood until the upcoming WrestleMania 28 pay-per-view where he’ll face “The Game” Triple H in a Hell in a Cell match.

With the Undertaker going bald for his match with Triple H on April 1, the only question I have for his new look is, why wait until the assumed end of his career for the change?

During his American Badass/Big Evil gimmick, the Undertaker did sport a very short haircut in the run, compared to the long black hair that he had since his debut with the WWE in 1990.

With his career coming to a possible end at WrestleMania in April, I think the radical change from going from the long, black hair to a bald head doesn’t make any sense for his character.

When you think of the Undertaker, you think the long hair coming out from under his trademark black hat as he made his way to the ring, and not a bald head like Austin or the Rock.

No matter the hairstyle, the Hell in a Cell match between the Undertaker and Triple H will be the absolute best match of the night on a stacked card for WrestleMania 28 in 40 days on South Beach.

So Bleachers, how do you feel about the WWE keeping the new hairstyle of the Phenom hidden until the Undertaker and Triple H do battle inside Hell in a Cell at WrestleMania?

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