The Undertaker hasn’t been seen on WWE programming since losing to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33. All signs pointed to that match being the end of an illustrious career, as ‘Taker embraced his wife ringside while leaving his signature hat and coat in the middle of the ring. Of course, ‘Taker has made a career out of shocking appearances, and nobody knows for sure if the man truly is done wrestling or not.

Well, according to Wrestling News Source, Undertaker is in excellent shape and looks a lot healthier after hip surgery. The Phenom is scheduled to appear at the Raw 25th Anniversary show on Jan. 22. Per the report, a source also said “Taker is not going to appear on that show just to wave and say hello. I’ll leave it at that.”

Of course, WWE fans will want to take this update with a grain of salt. There was speculation that he was going to return at Survivor Series and team up with Kane against The Shield.

But The Undertaker’s legacy was made at WrestleMania, and with the show less than four months away, it’s entirely possible the WWE decides to bring him back for (at least) one more match.

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We know ‘Taker is returning to Raw next month, along with other wrestling legends in Shawn Michaels, Kevin Nash, John Cena, Brock Lesnar and (probably) many more. Perhaps the 25th Anniversary show will set up another match/feud for The Undertaker, perhaps not.

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Undertaker never truly retired, and the WWE never formally announced it. There have been reports throughout the years that The Deadman always wanted a quiet and mellow exit from the ring, so he may have already received his wish. But again, nobody seems to know for sure what’s in store for The Undertaker.

We’ll have to wait and see how Jan. 22 plays out. It just may offer a hint as to whether or not he does have one more match in him.

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