Will The Undertaker Be At Wrestlemania 39?
It is likely The Undertaker will be at Wrestlemania 39, although whether he will wrestle or not is unknown. He has appeared backstage at many shows in recent years but is unlikely to make an on-screen appearance after retiring from wrestling.
He has hosted his own one-man-shows in the same cities as big WWE events. His 1 deadMAN Show had poor reviews when it took place in Cardiff for Clash at the Castle, as well as before the Royal Rumble in 2023. It is likely he’ll put on another show before Wrestlemania 39 in Los Angeles.
Will The Undertaker Wrestle Again?
While it is possible, it seems unlikely that The Undertaker will come out of retirement at Wrestlemania 39. He seems content in his retirement and now that he has broken “kayfabe” with his one man show and various sit-down interviews, podcast appearances and Hall of Fame induction, the mystery of the Undertaker character has largely diminished since he hung up his hat and his coat.
His last match was against AJ Styles at Wrestlemania 36 and he has shown little desire to set foot back into the ring. He recently attended Ric Flair’s last match, which was such a disaster that is probably reaffirmed his decision to stay retired.
WWE Hall Of Fame 2023
McCool recently made a surprise appearance at the 2023 Royal Rumble which could imply that is back in WWE for an indction this April. She has had a Hall of Fame worthy career, being a two-time Divas Champion and two-time Womens champion in the WWE. She spent 7 years in the company and is one of the biggest legends from the divas era of the company.
The Undertaker has also spoken about how Michelle McCool should be in the Hall of Fame. In an interview with the Dallas Morning News, The Undertaker spoke about his WWE Hall of Fame induction, his relationship with Vince McMahon and this years main event of Brock Lesnar vs Roman Reigns.
However, another thing he was asked about who he thought should be inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame. He was asked “Is there anybody else out there not in the WWE Hall of Fame who deserves to be considered?”, and The Undertaker responded, saying his wife Michelle McCool deserves to be inducted in the Hall of Fame, as one of the top WWE Divas of the 2000s.
“There’s several. Off the top of my head, and this is going to sound really super political, but I believe my wife [Michelle McCool] should be in. She was one working in an era where women didn’t get nearly the opportunities that they do now, and she fought so hard for the women to kind of get more of a spotlight put on them.”
“She was actually reprimanded once for having too good of a match with Melina. That’s a true story. But for her work ethic and what she did in the time period where they weren’t giving a lot of opportunity, I think she deserves a nod.”
He also noted that there were several male WWE superstars who deserved to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, but revealed that he simply too nervous about his own induction speech to consider them.
“And, my goodness, there’s a laundry list of male talent that I can run off. But I’m just trying to get through this one. I’ve got to get this speech put together. Then, we’ll figure out who else goes in. … I’ve got papers all over the place with notes and ideas. It’s been a while since I’ve had this kind of nervous energy, if you will.”
Hamish is a writer and podcaster and wrestling fan who is a key part of the Atletifo team.
After playing countless hours of WrestleMania X8 on the Gamecube, he discovered Rey Mysterio getting his head crushed by The Great Khali, and thus a love for professional wrestling was born.
He is also a Media Graduate, as well as writing for multiple sites about Premier League football and the culture of Wales – his home country.