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Possible Plan For The Undertaker At SummerSlam 2018

The Undertaker SummerSlam 2018 Opponent

• The Great Khali Won The World Heavyweight Championship 11 Years Ago Today

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on July 17, 2007, The Great Khali won a 20 man Battle Royal at a SmackDown TV taping to win the World Heavyweight Championship.

The following wrestlers were a part of this Battle Royal: Batista, Brett Major, Brian Major, Chavo Guerrero, Chris Masters, Dave Taylor, Deuce, Domino, Eugene, Finlay, Jamie Noble, Jimmy Wang Yang, Kane, Kenny Dykstra, Mark Henry, Matt Hardy, Montel Vontavious Porter, Shannon Moore, Sho Funaki.

Below are the results from this episode of SmackDown (which aired on July 20, 2007):

– Victoria def. Torrie Wilson

20 Man Battle Royal for the World Heavyweight Championship: The Great Khali becomes the new World Heavyweight Champion.

– Matt Hardy def. Kenny Dykstra

– Batista vs. Kane ended in a No Contest.

You can watch the complete Battle Royal and The Great Khali’s World Title win below:

• Possible Plan For The Undertaker At SummerSlam 2018

The Undertaker returned to the ring at a recent WWE Live Event at Madison Square Garden to team up with Roman Reigns and Braun Strowman against Kevin Owens, Constable Baron Corbin and Elias. The Deadman picked up the win for his team after which he showed respect for his partners.

You can watch it below:

His next match is currently scheduled for the WWE Super Show-Down at MCG in Australia where he will face ‘The Game’, Triple H. However, there is speculation that The Phenom will be seen in the ring before that show, at SummeSlam 2018.

TicketDrew, who has broken various stories in the past, reports that Taker will be having a rematch at Summerslam.

The rematch will be most likely be against John Cena as Cena lost to The Undertaker in a squash match at WrestleMania 34.

This rematch between Taker & Cena has been rumored ever since their WrestleMania 34 match ended in less than 3 minutes. There has been speculation of a rematch happening at either SummerSlam 2018 or WrestleMania 35 ever since.

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