WWE News: Latest Update on the Undertaker at WrestleMania 29 and Beyond

Chris HumphreyCorrespondent IApril 11, 2012

Even with a stacked card from top to bottom at this year’s WrestleMania, the Undertaker once again stole the show at professional wrestling’s biggest event of the year as he extended his undefeated streak to 20-0 following his win over Triple H inside Hell in a Cell.

At 47 years old entering his 22nd year in the WWE, how many more times will we hear the gong echo through an arena and see the legendary Phenom make his way down the ramp at WrestleMania or any event for that matter?

From F4WOnline (via WrestlingInc.com):

As noted before, people backstage at WrestleMania 28 were talking about how good The Undertaker looked in the ring and the belief is that he will at least work WrestleMania 29. Word now is that Taker will likely work several more WrestleMania events from here on out.

I’ll second the point made in the source as the Undertaker performed extremely well against Triple H at WrestleMania without looking to have any ring rust at all in their Hell in a Cell match. 

As for WrestleMania 29 and beyond, I hope the WWE keeps bringing the Undertaker back for a huge match at the company’s biggest event as long as the Phenom wants to compete until he retires from competition.

With rumors flying about John Cena being his opponent at next year’s WrestleMania, I think the WWE should find another superstar to likely be the 21st victim of the Undertaker at WrestleMania.

I’m not saying that a Undertaker-Cena match wouldn’t be a good contest for WrestleMania but if the WWE had Cena win, I could almost guarantee that each and every fan in the WWE Universe would riot and boycott the company.

Instead of Cena against the Undertaker, I would like to see maybe Sheamus or Wade Barrett get a shot at the Phenom at WrestleMania as even a loss to the Undertaker would help them in the early stages of their careers.

After reports of the Undertaker competing at next year’s WrestleMania 29, how much longer would you like to see the Phenom compete in the WWE and what remaining superstars should he face at WrestleMania?


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