Fans of Roman Reigns who were hoping that he was truly the one who "retired" The Undertaker at WrestleMania 33 better stop reading. Unsurprisingly, it looks like The Deadman may have at least one more match in him.
According to Ryan Clark of eWrestlingNews.com, there are reports that the two men will come face to face on the Jan. 22 episode of Monday Night Raw - which'll be the 25th Anniversary special at Madison Square Garden.
Clark suggests that Undertaker will be "teasing a retirement announcement," only for 16-time World Champion John Cena to come out and dare The Phenom to have one last match at WrestleMania.
The earlier rumors suggested that Cena would once again face AJ Styles on the Grandest Stage of Them All. However, Clark reported that Vince McMahon believes the match "isn't big enough." Considering they faced off at SummerSlam 2016 and last year's Royal Rumble, there's no need for another match between the two.
Cena vs. 'Taker was rumored to take place at WrestleMania 33. However, Cena and Nikki Bella (whom he later proposed to), faced and defeated The Miz and his wife, Maryse. Undertaker lost to Roman Reigns, and left his attire in the ring - which signaled he was retired. But of course, you never know with the guy if he's truly gone or not.
Both Cena and Undertaker are among the greatest wrestlers to ever live, and there's little doubt that this would be the perfect match to end off The Deadman, if he truly does have one more fight in him.
Undertaker has faced just about every main event superstar at some point, and the dream match against Sting is more than likely never going to happen. We'll simply have to wait for the 25th Anniversary show in two weeks. That'll give us an indication of whether or not Cena vs. Undertaker really does happen.