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Finn Balor Teases A Dream Match With The Undertaker

Finn Balor currently has two big dream matches on his mind and time is quickly running out when it comes to both of them.

With each passing year, the wrestling world predicts that The Undertaker's next WrestleMania is going to be his last. It has basically become an annual tradition. The first year it happened was at WrestleMania 29. The Deadman's third 'Mania match with Triple H was labeled "The End of an Era." That clearly meant nothing as not only have both men continued to compete, they wrestled each other as recently as last year.

The two big ones since then that could have feasibly been Taker's last WrestleMania matches were his stunning loss at WrestleMania XXX, and his second defeat to Roman Reigns three years later. However, neither proved to be his last. One of these days an Undertaker WrestleMania appearance will be the last, so who will have the honor of being in the ring with him?

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Finn Balor is hoping that it'll be him. This past weekend, the Irishman posted a photoshopped picture of him performing the Coup De Grace on Undertaker. The caption reads "time to sit up." The tweet comes along with an interview Balor did with Inside The Ropes. During the interview, Balor was asked who his dream opponents are right now and The Phenom is one of them.

"Time is running out with Undertaker, obviously who knows when his last match is gonna be or what his last match will be," Balor said. His other dream opponent is someone else whose WWE time might be running out, Brock Lesnar. However, it sounds like the only reason Balor wants to get his hands on The Beast is because that's who he currently needs to beat to become Universal Champion.

Judging by how Balor is being treated on Raw as of late, he may actually have a big role to play at WrestleMania. Plus, when it comes to Superstars The Undertaker is yet to face that would be worthy of a WrestleMania match with him, Balor is on that very short list. Others include Drew McIntyre, AJ Styles, and perhaps Seth Rollins. Personally, Demon Finn sounds like the best of those options to us.

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