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Report Of The Undertaker Not Wrestling At WrestleMania 34 False

The Undertaker vs. John Cena - WrestleMania 34


On this day in 1993, the World Wrestling Federation aired a match of evil Heel Doink The Clown against famous WWF jobber Dale Wolfe (aka Dusty Wolfe).

Matt Borne was without a shadow of a doubt the best & most successful Wrestler to portray Doink. On a funny side note, his opponent here, Dale/Dusty Wolfe himself would later portray Doink on the indies a couple of times.

You can watch the full match below:

• Report Of The Undertaker Not Wrestling At WrestleMania 34 False

According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, The Undertaker isn’t scheduled to wrestle at WrestleMania 34, but only make an appearance this Sunday at the Show of Shows.

Below is what Johnson said:

“I guess Undertaker is going to surprise us at WrestleMania. I am told by people in the company — No one has told me he’s scheduled to wrestle, but they have told me he’s scheduled to be at Mania’. So maybe he’s going to have a face-off with Cena and they are going to use that face-off to build to something else.”

However, that’s NOT the case.

According to DirtySheets.Net, their sources have told them the long awaited WrestleMania match between Taker & Cena WILL happen this Sunday night in New Orleans.

This will be The Undertaker’s record 26th WrestleMania match.

An interesting fact that should be noted here is that this will be a battle between two men with the most victories in the history of WrestleMania.

The Undertaker is #1 on the list of wrestlers with most victories at WrestleMania – with 23 wins. On the other hand, Cena is #2 on this list with 10 victories to his name.

A fan was disappointed that The Undertaker didn’t show up on Raw this week. He asked Taker’s wife, Michelle McCool, on Twitter where The Undertaker was.

Below is what McCool replied:

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