WWE News: Is The Undertaker eyeing an appearance at Wrestlemania 38?- WWE legend The Undertaker made a surprise appearance at the NFL game today between Dallas Cowboy and the Denver Broncos. The Phenom was present there at the AT&T Stadium with his wife, former WWE diva Michelle McCool to enjoy the game.
The news of The Undertaker’s appearance at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas got surfaced via the official WWE Twitter handle as the company posted a series of pictures of the Phenom recognizing the United States Military members. You can check the post below,
“The @undertaker was on the sidelines ahead of today’s @dallascowboys game and spent some time recognizing members of the United States Military!”
— WWE (@WWE) November 7, 2021
WWE News: Is The Undertaker planning something for Wrestlemania 38?
Furthermore, The Undertaker also took to his official Twitter handle to let his fans know that he was present at the AT&T Stadium, which also happens to be the venue of next year’s Wrestlemania 38. The Phenom posted multiple photos of his appearance at the stadium and also mentioned Wrestlemania in his tweet.
WWE News: The Undertaker in Dallas. Is The Phenom gearing up for a possible Wrestlemania 38 appearance? Check here
“The Deadman in Dallas… getting ready for #WrestleMania @ATTStadium with the @dallascowboys.”
— Undertaker (@undertaker) November 7, 2021
Could this mean the Phenom will be making an appearance at the Showcase of the Immortals, i.e., Wrestlemania 38, on April 2 & 3? If this happens to be true, then it would be a treat for all the ardent pro-wrestling fans.
WWE News: The Undertaker took time to interact with fans and honor members
The Undertaker is a household name in the pro-wrestling community. From elders to youngsters, everyone is aware of who the Phenom is and what he has done in his lifetime to become a pro-wrestling legend.
His appearance on this Sunday’s afternoon at the AT&T Stadium in Dallas was something unexpected by his fans, but The Undertaker ensured he had ample time to interact with the fans and honor members of the United States Military who were present among the crowd.