In his long and illustrious career, he has won it all.
Aged 54, a time when most of the superstars are usually done, The Deadman is showing no signs of slowing down.
Being rumored for a match at SummerSlam next month, let us analyze a few possible opponents for him.
Now, Aleister Black is a guy whose persona is entirely similar to that of The Undertaker.
He has been teasing a number of promos of late, some being cryptic.
While it is difficult to judge as to who he is challenging, it would be of no surprise if it is The Deadman.
Least to say, this would also hand him a mammoth push.
He is one such guy who has already faced The Deadman at the Grandest Stage, but was on the receiving end as he lost.
Although Bray Wyatt has no reason to take it against his stride, owing to his creepy mentality, he could once again pounce on The Deadman.
While The Undertaker won't mind facing him again, whose fate would shine high?
Drew McIntyre has made tremendous progress in the past few years, from being a jobber to headlining a main-event.
Also, his current tag-team action against The Undertaker at Extreme Rules could prove to be extremely vital for his career.
Thus, chances are that he could challenge The Deadman at SummerSlam.
Moreover, a win over him would give him a monster push.
Well, not again! But, it is not bad either.
Roman Reigns has already beaten Taker in the past, and that too at the Grandest Stage, WrestleMania.
Thus, he has nothing else left to prove. But, Undertaker might not be done with him.
So, he might have to take The Deadman out once and for all.
Needless to say, this would further help his popularity.
This could be another one for the ages.
They had done it in the past at WrestleMania 32, inside Hell in a Cell, while Shane McMahon lost.
Moreover, being a heel now could infuriate him to go after The Deadman to have a chance at winning, with McIntyre on his side.
However, Undertaker will have a back-up plan, thus making it interesting.
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