Undertaker Spotted At Performance Center Ahead Of WrestleMania

As WrestleMania 35 draws closer, fans are still waiting to see what the plans are for The Undertaker - who hasn't been on WWE television since the Crown Jewel pay-per-view.

Well, another hint has been dropped - suggesting that he will be competing at WrestleMania after all. According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider.com, Undertaker and wife Michelle McCool were recently seen at WWE's Performance Center in Florida.

The most recent reports and rumors have said that Undertaker will be appearing at WrestleMania. But with only two weeks to go before the show, fans continue to anxiously wait and see what the plans are for The Deadman - and which superstar he could possibly face.

As for McCool, it seems quite likely that she will appear as well, since she was also at the Performance Center. A women's battle royal was confirmed for WrestleMania, so it's reasonable to believe that McCool will take part in it.

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The Wrestling Observer Newsletter recently confirmed that Undertaker will be appearing at WWE's next show in Saudi Arabia - which is set to take place on May 3. That's a strong indicator that he's ready to wrestle again, and it would be a major surprise at this point if he were to skip WrestleMania - the stage where his legendary status was born.

WWE's plan could be to have Undertaker make another last-minute appearance at WrestleMania - which he did last year. After weeks of being teased and challenged to a match by John Cena, 'Taker finally accepted it on the day of the event - squashing the fellow wrestling legend in a matter of minutes.

What This Means

At this point, all signs point to The Undertaker competing at WrestleMania. Nobody knows who the opponent could be at this point, as the list of potential opponents dwindle each week. Perhaps this week's episode of Monday Night Raw will provide an indicator of what the plans will be for 'Taker at WrestleMania.

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