Five superstars who can return to WWE in 2019Last updated on Dec 29, 2018, 12:15 am
With 2018 nearing its end and WrestleMania season slowly dawning upon us, it looks like the perfect time when WWE will want popular superstars to script a comeback.
They can enter into storylines, which will see them in big matches at premier pay-per-view events.
So who are the superstars whose return can give WWE the proper boost they need?
Let's find out right here.
The Undertaker should make a WrestleMania appearance
Even though The Undertaker has been unusually active in 2018, fighting in special events in Saudi Arabia and Australia, he should definitely make a WrestleMania appearance in 2019.
WrestleMania is incomplete without its most successful performer.
Taker deserves to enter into a special feud in 2019, which will most likely be his last before he puts his 28-year-old WWE career to rest.
Can John Cena return ahead of WrestleMania?
There have been speculations regarding a comeback by John Cena.
With Roman Reigns out of the picture, WWE needs someone as special as Cena to boost interest in WrestleMania.
Cena will likely make a comeback at SmackDown and might enter into a feud with the heel Daniel Bryan.
Will he surpass Ric Flair and win his 17th WWE Championship at WrestleMania?
Batista might return for a feud with Triple H
Batista, currently, is a fairly successful actor with impressive performances in Blade Runner 2049 and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
However, he has hinted at a return to wrestling and spoke about Triple H not beating him ever in the 1000th episode of SmackDown.
Was that a clue of a possible feud, which could culminate at WrestleMania?
His return would be great for WWE's ratings.
Trish and Lita
Trish and Lita to come back into the fold?
Trish Stratus and Lita are probably the two most popular and talented female wrestlers the WWE universe has ever seen.
If they return to WWE for a last run, they can compete for the recently announced women's tag team division.
They have already proved their mettle as a tag team when they took on Alicia Fox and Mickie James at Evolution.
The Great One can have a last run
Wherever The Rock goes, ratings follow. And WWE will want the most popular face in their franchise's history to give them the much-needed boost in 2019.
It has been rumored that the People's Champion is interested in returning for a mega match at WrestleMania, which will be held in New York/New Jersey.
A potential match with someone like The Undertaker sounds irresistible.