The Undertaker could be at Crown Jewel

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The Undertaker could be at Crown Jewel

In a few hours now the Crown Jewel 2021 WWE Pay per View will be held in Saudi Arabia. For the return to Saudi Arabia, Vince McMahon's company has prepared a sensational show with all the titles up for grabs and superstars in the ring of the caliber of Bill Goldberg and Brock Lesnar.

The latter will be ready in the show's Main Event in a match valid for the WWE Universal Championship against WWE Tribal Chief Roman Reigns. As for Bill Goldberg, he will instead face The All Mighty Bobby Lashley in a rematch compared to the past.

With less than 24 hours to go for WWE's Crown Jewel pay-per-view, reports have emerged of sightings of The Undertaker in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The Undertaker might make an appearance at Crown Jewel

There could be a possibility that The Deadman might make an appearance at Crown Jewel but it cannot be assured because there has been no mention of The Undertaker throughout the build-up towards the event.

In addition to the grandiose program for the event in Saudi Arabia, for about a week already, there is talk of a resounding return, if only to attend, none other than Deadman The Undertaker. There is one video in particular that anticipates the Deadman's return to the ring.

The well-known colleague Dave Meltzer, however, wanted to clarify the situation well. This video that shoots in Saudi land is from 2019 and Taker's presence at Crown Jewel is really unlikely. According to Meltzer, WWE would probably have announced at least an appearance of The Undertaker on the show to publicize it in the best possible way.

The Undertaker has publicly announced his retirement from last year's Survivor Series when he celebrated his 30th anniversary with the company. The rumors about the Undertaker in Saudi Arabia arise from the fact that he is probably the main attraction of the WWE world in Saudi Arabia where fans directly adore the wrestler.

Taker has attended every WWE show in these lands and fought against Rusev, Triple H, Shawn Michaels, AJ Styles and Bill Goldberg. Undetaker hung up his boots on the day of his thirtieth anniversary in WWE and as he recently declared this choice did not depend on him but on the physical problems that had been affecting him constantly for some years.

His sentence on Entertainment Tonight's microphones was very clear: "Right now my days in the ring are over and not because I don't want to get in the ring." Ever since WWE's Saudi Arabia deal kicked off in 2018, The Undertaker has been a part of four of the five events.

He defeated Rusev in a casket match at The Greatest Royal Rumble event in 2018. He teamed up with Kane to take on D-Generation X in a losing effort at Crown Jewel in the same year.