News is brewing around the wrestling community about the return of the Prince of Darkness. Of course, what better way for the Undertaker to make his return than from hell itself? The Undertaker may officially return to the Wrestling scene in WWE Hell in a Cell 2016.
The Dead Man’s appearance in Hell in a Cell 2016 will be a dream come true for fans. After all, the Undertaker was part of the original Hell in a Cell Match back in 1997, and he was part of the last two matches in 2015 and early this year.
Regardless of news about his health, the Undertaker still appears to be a formidable force to be reckoned with in the ominous steel cage.
According to Blasting News, the Undertaker has a fearsome 8-6 HIAC record, all of which from an assortment of Hell in a Cell matches. Only Brock Lesnar got to face the Undertaker twice in the HIAC and defeated him both times. An Undertaker appearance in Hell in a Cell 2016 may mean a final rematch between the two to settle the score once and for all.
However, it seems Brock Lesnar isn’t the only worthy competition for the Prince in Darkness for Hell in a Cell 2016. Other worthy opponents include Randy Orton, Edge, CM Punk, Mick Foley, Shane McMahon and Triple H.
An unlikely future?
Concerned fans flock around current news surrounding the Undertaker and his health. Prior to the Hell in a Cell 2016 rumors, the Undertaker is said to be close to his retirement. Pictures of the Undertaking on crutches made fans worry about his health.
However, a swan song for the Undertaker may be in the form of an Undertaker-Goldberg match. Of course, this is only possible if WWE can work out a deal outside Goldberg’s one-match deal.
Regardless, good news appears to herald with the Prince of Darkness after an appearance outside the Cleveland Cavaliers’ locker room last week.
Fortunately, according to Forbes, it also appears that WWE wants the Undertaker to commit to a full-blown performance throughout WrestleMania 33. This means there might be high-profile matches with Goldberg and Brock Lesnar in the waiting.