• “It’s too early to see him in the ring” – WWE Hall Of Famer On The Undertaker’s WrestleMania 38 Status
While The Undertaker officially retired from in-ring action in WWE at Survivor Series 2020, there will always be the discussion of him returning to the ring, at least for the next few years.
Undertaker hasn’t appeared on WWE programming in character since his Final Farewell.
As we have reported before, The Undertaker is scheduled to get inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame next year, which means he will make an appearance at WrestleMania 38 as well, which will be his 1st appearance as a WWE Hall Of Famer.
With the event taking place in Texas, Undertaker making an appearance is almost a guarantee, because it’s his home state and he’s a huge draw.
2-Time WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T discussed The Undertaker’s status for WrestleMania 38 on his podcast and had the following to say regarding the possibility of Taker wrestling again (if he wants to have one more match in front of the fans):
“You know, honestly, I really do not think we will get to see The Undertaker in-ring at WrestleMania 38. The thing is, can The Undertaker come back and have one more match? I am almost certain he could.
That’s what wrestlers do, whether they can do it or not, it is almost, like, ‘Okay, there’s the ring right there, just push me, and I’ll do the rest.’ That’s the way wrestlers are.
Can The Undertaker go out there and do another match? Yes, I think he could. But I think for the nostalgia of The Undertaker, it’s too early to see him in the ring right now and really get the bang for our buck.
If he came back and did it now, I don’t think we’ll get that same feeling.”
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• Old School Wrestling Legend Celebrates His Birthday
Old School Wrestling Legend The Great Muta (Real name: Keiji Mutoh) celebrates his 59th birthday today.
The NJPW Wrestler came to Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling in 1989 and joined Gary Hart’s J-Tex Corporation faction, that feuded with Ric Flair and Sting.
Muta wrestled as a part-timer for WCW until September 2000, but only in between his NJPW dates in Japan.
He has yet to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, which to be fair is only a question of “when”, not “if”.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREAT MUTA!