The Undertaker made a shocking return to WWE on Raw Monday night as he targeted Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon.
It was a moment no one expected, especially after the last time the WWE Universe saw the Undertaker, he was stinking up the joint with Goldberg at the Super ShowDown show in Saudi Arabia. No one would have blamed The Deadman had he left wrestling and not returned considering how bad that match was received by wrestling fans.
Instead, Taker wanted a chance to redeem himself and showed up at the end of the Drew McIntyre and Shane McMahon vs. Roman Reigns match. It appears Undertaker will team, in some form, with Reigns as he finally tries to rid himself of the self-proclaimed "best in the world" and the Scottish Psychopath.
The segment ended as McMahon and McIntyre fled the scene and The Undertaker knelt in the ring with the fans going crazy for his return.
What This Means
Undertaker is back and he's not taking much time off. There were rumors he wasn't pleased with the way his match with Goldberg turned out and wanted to show he wasn't what he left fans with at the Saudi pay-per-view. No one expected him to be back so quickly.
He still looked slow and like he was struggling but the moment was extremely well received and the expectation is that he will be a part of the Extreme Rules event, WWE's next big pay-per-view.
Will it be a tag match or a one-on-one with McIntyre? We're sure to get news from WWE in a matter of 24-48 hours. And, if Taker is scheduled to be at the show, all of a sudden, Extreme Rules became a show fans might be interested in watching.
** Update: The match is now officially Undertaker and Roman Reigns vs Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre at Extreme Rules.