Disclaimer: The views represented here are of the writer and doesn't necessarily align with that of Sportskeeda. Many might consider this a blasphemy. After all, The Undertaker took his character to another level with the Deadman persona.
Since then, he has gone in his Mania career with losses coming from Brock Lesnar in and Roman Reigns in Now, Undertaker will take on John Cena, and while the match has not been officially announcedthere is no way WWE would build up this contest and not have it happen during the company's biggest PPV of the year. And when it finally happens--even though John Cena put his heart and soul into the build--Taker will come out on top.
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Immediately it was difficult to refrain from hyperbolic thoughts of Undertaker posing for selfies with him throwing up the deuces and giving a duck face. The theme of the promo was that The Undertaker has an ego and that his pride is hurting. Simply put, no superstar has ever spoken about The Undertaker with such disrespect. That is why if shots are going to be fired in the build up to WrestleMania, The Undertaker needs to ride his motorcycle down to the ring once more.
When The Undertaker returned from a sabbatical at WrestleMania 20, he reverted back to his classic "Deadman" gimmick to the tune of vociferous approval. Eight years later, the pitch darkness, ominous bell tolls, top hat and black trench coat have characterized "The Phenom. However, this past Monday on the February 20 edition of RAWThe Undertaker displayed signs of an impending shift from supernatural force to human being.
After failing at his chances to get to WrestleMania via a couple different matches - including the Elimination ChamberJohn Cena went and called out The Undertaker. Going so far as to call The Deadman a coward, which got him a choke-slam by The Undertaker's brother, Kane. You see, while The Undertaker is possibly the most popular and revered superstar the WWE has ever produced, there are those that would like to see him stay retired.
By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. The Undertaker's transformation from the supernatural "Deadman" persona to the motorcycle-riding biker "American Badass" character in May is one of the most drastic character shifts in the company's history. The merits over the change, which were reversed four years later in a storyline with Kane at WrestleMania XXare still debated to this day by WWE fans.
In the weeks leading to WrestleMania 34, which may or may not see an impromptu match between The Undertaker and John Cena, The Undertaker has become one of the most talked-about WWE Superstars on the entire card despite not being advertised. Photo By Getty Images. But now on the verge of WrestleMania 34, all signs point to The Undertaker returning yet again, but even more signs point to him possibly resurfacing as his American Badass character. There endless speculation as to which Undertaker shows up at WrestleMania
The Undertaker was apparently very much against returning to his Dead Man character 15 years ago. According to Bruce Prichard, the year-old was really enjoying his role as the bandana-sporting biker and was not happy when he was asked to bring the Dead Man back in for his WrestleMania match with Kane. Prichard claims that Calaway felt that the American Bad Ass gimmick was more satisfying as it allowed him to work a different style in the ring and was a multi-dimensional character.
It looks like we're going to get our wish and the long-awaited clash on the Grandest Stage of Them All will become reality. Cena called out the Deadman on Undertaker to accept his challenge for WrestleMania 34 in New Orleans and got quite personal in the process. Seeing as the Phenom left all of his 'Undertaker' gear in the ring after losing to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 last year, coupled with the fact that Kid Rock is being inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, fans have begun speculating that 'Taker will return as the American Bad Ass for his bout with Cena. The American Bad Ass gimmick ran for close to four years from and Kid Rock sang his original theme song.