Why should Raw have all the fun? What's Smackdown going to be doing during all this insanity?
They're definitely going to have to step their game up a little bit if they want to keep up. The Undertaker is the perfect and maybe only guy who can make Fridays great again.
And what better way for The Undertaker to return than by making the entire Smackdown roster fear his wrath? It's time to resurrect The Ministry of Darkness and scare the living crap out of little kids everywhere again.
It'll start off with The Undertaker returning and finally stopping The World's Strongest Man, Mark Henry after a match.
After beating Henry senseless, he'll shut down the Hall of Pain permanently by mercilessly attacking him, causing Taker to turn heel in the process.
The next night, Taker will explain his actions with the help of Paul Bearer, telling the WWE Universe that now that he's returned, his mission can finally begin and his ministry can officially be reborn.
Mark Henry was just a warning, the championship is certainly not his priority. The Deadman is here to take down the entire Friday night roster, and only those who join his ministry will be spared.
So who will join this New Ministry of Darkness? I have a few ideas. Cody Rhodes? He's pretty insane already as it is, plus he's the reigning IC champ. Throw him in there.
Brodius Clay? Perfect enforcer of the group (Think Viscera). He won't even have to speak that much, he can just throw people around and scream. That's scary enough as it is.
The Usos? They're a good tag team with nothing to do, in serious need of a fresh start. Perfect for the Ministry.
That's a pretty good and diverse group in my opinion. With The Undertaker leading the charge, there's no doubt that this new stable would be pretty dominant on the blue brand.
Maybe sacrificing women should be kept in 1999, but there's still plenty of ways that the New Ministry could give little kids nightmares.
What makes it so perfect is that The Undertaker won't even have to wrestle. He can just stand back and command his minions to do whatever he pleases. It'll be a great way to put him on TV while still resting for his huge match at Wrestlemania.
After this match he can either keep leading the Ministry if he plans on staying around, or just disappear, leaving his former cronies to fend for themselves.
CM Punk did it with his Nexus buddies, so why the hell not? Either way it would make for one damn good curtain call. So who's going to stop them?
Randy Orton? Maybe, but he'll be too busy trying to win the World Heavyweight Championship. Even though things may be crumbling around him, he always really seems to want that belt.
Wade Barrett? Good choice. There's rumors swirling that he may be The Undertaker's 20th victim at Wrestlemania, and what better twist then having him be the face and Taker be the heel? It would provide Barrett with an insane push too, and God knows he needs it.
Christian? He's a vet, and was once a member of the Ministry back in the day. But he's a heel, he should stay a heel, and that's that.
Sheamus? Again, good choice. He's a megaface on Smackdown and very over with the crowd. But he doesn't need the push and losing to The Undertaker may actually end up hurting his credibility.
I'm going to go with Kane. The only man who truly knows The Deadman's weaknesses. The guy who can pick the Ministry apart piece by piece in order to get to his brother and stop the madness.
This will all lead to their final battle at Wrestlemania, maybe even for both men...in a casket match, no less.
What better way for The Undertaker and Kane to end their careers? Kane, even though he'll probably end up losing, will find a way to stop Taker's reign of darkness, resulting in the demise of both men...forever.
Spooky right? And what a way to end a legacy.
In the meantime though, for four whole months the entire Smackdown roster will be at the mercy of The Undertaker and his ministry for one last time.
Take that, Monday Night Raw.
The New Ministry: The Undertaker, Cody Rhodess, Brodius Clay and The Usos