Report: Undertaker May Miss His First WrestleMania In 19 Years

For the first time in nearly two decades, the Demon of Death Valley may not compete on the Grandest Stage of Them All.

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the top matches penciled in for this year’s WrestleMania event at MetLife Stadium do NOT currently include a performance from the Undertaker; something that has become almost an essential part of the annual WrestleMania season.

While his matches in recent years have been heavily criticized, the 53-year-old phenom has not missed a single match at WWE’s April classic since WrestleMania 2000, due to rehabbing a torn pectoral muscle at the time. To put that date in perspective, at that point in history the Undertaker’s legendary streak only stood at 8-0.

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As the saying goes, “never say never” in wrestling. Plans can certainly change at any moment, but right now it would appear that WWE has no intention of building towards a match with the Deadman at WrestleMania 35. It is perhaps the end of a dynasty, but one that many fans will unfortunately welcome. \

Undertaker’s last few annual performances have received a wide range of reactions, largely negative, including panned performances against John Cena in 2018, Roman Reigns in 2017, and of course the highly controversial tag team match against Degeneration-X at last year’s WWE Crown Jewel event in Saudi Arabia.