It's expected that The Undertaker will compete at WrestleMania in two weeks, but WWE has yet to confirm a match for the WWE icon.
This could certainly cause concern among WWE fans that The Deadman may not be competing at WrestleMania after all. Not only that, but some may be wondering if the future Hall of Famer has already wrestled his final match.
Well, there's nothing to worry about that. According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h/t WrestlingInc.com), Undertaker will wrestle at WWE's next show in Saudi Arabia on May 3.
Even though that show is just a few weeks away, the WWE hasn't revealed the name of the event yet. Obviously, we won't know the matches for that card until after WrestleMania. But for now, fans can take a deep breath in knowing that The Undertaker is far from finished as an in-ring performer.
The Undertaker last competed for WWE at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view on Nov. 2, where he and Kane reformed the Brothers of Destruction duo. They lost to D-Generation X in a tag team match, and The Deadman has been off of WWE television ever since.
Undertaker has made some non-WWE public appearances over the last couple of months, but nothing else. Nobody knows what to expect for him at WrestleMania - but the clock is ticking on WWE to reveal an opponent and ensure there's enough of a buildup. Perhaps they'll have him make a "surprise" last-minute appearance like last year, where he accepted John Cena's challenge before squashing him in minutes.
What This Means
There have been non-stop rumors about The Undertaker retiring for several years now, but you just never know when to take them seriously. Many wondered if he was done wrestling in the WWE, but with The Phenom scheduled to compete at Saudi Arabia, it's anybody's guess when he'll truly hang them up.