With The Undertaker working a limited schedule, fitting him into a feud is difficult. Fortunately, Awesome Truth vs. The Undertaker can be written without a major contributing role by The Undertaker until the match itself. How? The Conspiracy.
Think about it, who represents the WWE, and all that it stands for, greater than Undertaker? John Cena might be the face of the company, presenting the image the company likes to give off, but Undertaker has stuck by the WWE the longest. He has proven himself willing to fight dirty, and mercilessly—just like Vince McMahon and the WWE have—rather than the squeaky clean image Cena likes to portray. Just as WWE refused to die in the Monday Night Wars, so too does Taker insist on being victorious at WrestleMania, year in and year out.
The Streak itself, just stinks of conspiracy. An impossible wrestling record at one event, from a man who when it is not WrestleMania season, is quite capable of losing? A streak powered by “magic”? Please. Like anyone believes in magic anymore. These are the questions that could run through the heads of Awesome Truth as they seek to uncover the powers that control the WWE.
The start to this feud would be easy to write. Undertaker returns, instantly has his WrestleMania match green-lit despite having made no televised appearances since WM27, and this upsets Awesome Truth. They complain to whoever is running WWE at this stage (seeing as that seems a bit up in the air right now), but are interrupted by Undertaker, and forced to sign a WM28 contract on the spot. Simple.