Will Undertaker take on the challenge by John Cena? Watch out for live streaming, predictions and more…
Well, what a wrestling observer at WWE has observed is that Cena has been calling out Undertaker for weeks on RAW but the Phenomenal never responded to his challenge. Which ultimately points towards the event at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome having no advertised appearance from either man.
While the match card has not been finalized, the PPV (Pay-per-view) is looking pretty full already, and there are still championships that need to be defended and main event stars that need a place on the card. The newest addition to this year’s PPV is the Women’s Battle Royal match, which will most likely appear on the Kickoff Show with the Men’s Battle Royal.
The Wrestling Observer writes: “Cena vs Undertaker has been planned for WrestleMania for months, and Undertaker has been training for the match. Undertaker will obviously be in New Orleans to confront Cena. The last word we got, which was on April 3, is that from Vince McMahon’s standpoint, the belief is that the audience knows he’s going to show up and this is the ‘story’ that brings him back to ‘kick Cena’s ass.”
So, here’s some serious shit up on the wall. Let’s look at that.
John Cena Vs The Undertaker WrestleMania Match Predictions:
Undertaker seemingly retired after last year’s WrestleMania after a loss to Roman Reigns. The Deadman left his trademark trench coat and hat in the ring as the show went off the air in emotional scenes. But it now appears fans will finally be treated to Cena facing Undertaker in a dream match on the biggest stage.
The lead up to this year’s real-life event has been crazy. From Daniel Bryan being cleared for a return to the ring to Shane McMahon fighting in the event to Macaulay Culkin challenging Rusev, the buildup may be more exciting than the actual PPV (Pay-per-view) itself. That’s saying a lot since there are quite a few huge matches on the show that has the potential to be legendary. This is especially true for both Smackdown championship matches featuring Royal Rumble winners: Asuka vs. Charlotte and Shinsuke Nakamura vs. AJ Styles.
Predictions maybe: If this is Taker’s farewell, we expect him to enjoy a triumphant ‘Last Ride’ into the sunset. A win for the ‘American Bad Ass’. Although time will tell its own tale, let’s catch up the match for some real thingy!
WrestleMania Rumors: John Cena Vs The Undertaker
Well, looking on to the rumors, they generally suggest Cena will make one last effort calling Undertaker out and he will make his way to the ring for an impromptu match. There is also a chance that he may only return to confront The Champ and set up a dream about for WrestleMania 35. But rumors are rife that the ‘Deadman’ will return to the ‘Show of Shows’ and compete in the rebirth of his popular ‘American Bad Ass’ alter-ego.
While also, on the verge of WrestleMania 34, all signs point to The Undertaker returning yet again, but even more, signs point to him possibly resurfacing as his American Badass character.
The winning selection will be John Cena’s Wrestlemania 34 opponent.
Shane McMahon 9/1
Kenny Omega 10/1
AJ Styles 11/4
The Rock 9/1
Hulk Hogan 10/1
CM Punk 12/1
Conor Mc Gregor 20/1
Live Streaming and more…
Along with John Cena vs The American Badass, we’ve got other live streaming matches lined up too. WWE Champion AJ Styles will also defend his title against Shinsuke Nakamura while UFC icon Ronda Rousey will make her debut for the company teaming with Kurt Angle to take on Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair against the undefeated Asuka is also on the match card.
Fans should get prepared for an all-day affair as 2017’s Wrestlemania 33 was six and a half hours long. This year’s show will take place at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in the city of New Orleans.
So, stay tuned on April 8 on Star Sports, ESPN or WWE network etc!