WWE Universe has gifted their fans something special for which no one had an idea that John Cena will face Undertaker at Wrestlemania 34 and it could be in the guise of his popular ‘American Bad Ass’ gimmick.
The WWE legend appeared to ‘retire’ after losing to Roman Reigns at last year’s WrestleMania.
The Deadman – real name Mark Calaway – left his trademark black leather cloak and hat in the centre of the ring in a symbolic move, although he has never officially announced his retirement.
Undertaker did return in Raw’s 25 Years anniversary special in January. And John Cena has made it his personal mission to set up a mega-fight at the ‘Grand Daddy of them all’ in Ohio next month.
— The Undertaker (@theundertaker) March 13, 2018
But there is speculation among the Internet wrestling community that Taker will make his comeback in the guise of his ‘American Bad Ass’ role, which he portrayed during the famous Attitude Era.
This could coincide with Kid Rock being named in WWE’s Hall of Fame with officials confirming he will perform live at Mania, prompting rumours that it could be Taker’s original ‘Bad Ass’ entrance theme.
Cena is desperate for the match to happen – and it could headline the event on April 8.