Two-time WWE Hall Of Famer Booker T has given his thoughts on why the Boneyard at WrestleMania 36 won’t be the last place we ever see The Undertaker compete.
The Undertaker battled AJ Styles in the Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36, burying Styles and then riding off, seemingly into retirement. WWE’s resident phenom confirmed his retirement at the 2020 Survivor Series, marking the end of his WWE career that had started at the same event some thirty years before.
Now speaking on his Hall Of Fame podcast, Booker T has given his thoughts on why The Undertaker might not be quite done after all.
“That was a great way to go out (Boneyard match with AJ Styles), but just think about what we just saw at Money in the Bank (pay-per-view). All of those people, all of those fans, giving you that perfect send-off, properly. That you will have literally archived throughout history and the annals of time. You think it’s not hard to see that and do that? I think we might see The Undertaker make that walk just one more time. I don’t know when it’s going to be. I don’t know if it’s going to be this year, next year. I don’t know when it’s going to be. I do think we’re going to see The Undertaker don the jacket and the hat and make that walk one more time.”
As WWE looks to put all hands on deck as they head towards SummerSlam, they have called up some of their other bigger hitters. John Cena returned to a raucous reception at the end of the Money In The Bank pay-per-view to confront Roman Reigns.
The next night on Raw, Goldberg shocked everyone by making his presence felt as he went nose to nose with WWE Champion Bobby Lashley, telling Lashley “I’m next!”