The Undertaker will be with the WWE crew at the Royal Rumble

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The Undertaker will be with the WWE crew at the Royal Rumble

In the last few hours and weeks, there has been a lot of talk about which athletes and which athletes could still take part in this year's Royal Rumble, with the WWE who have already revealed numerous surprises, especially for the women's Rumble, that nobody expected, like the presence of Mickie James, current champion of IMPACT Wrestling, who will take part in the real fight against thirty women of the WWE.

As for the real brawl of men, no great athlete of the past has yet been announced by the company, with the only surprise that for the moment is being advertised by the WWE, which is that of Johnny Knoxville, actor of the successful Jackass series who is already seen in several segments with Sami Zayn in that of Friday Night Smackdown in the last installments of the Friday night show.

WWE legend The Undertaker is reportedly scheduled to be at the upcoming Royal Rumble pay-per-view. At WrestleMania 36, he fought against AJ Styles in a cinematically-styled Boneyard match. Later that year, at Survivor Series 2020, on the 30th anniversary of his WWE debut, The Phenom bid his final farewell to his in-ring career, officially retiring.

Will The Undertaker be at the Royal Rumble?

According to what was reported in the last hours by the well-known overseas site, PW Insider, it seems that The Undertaker will also be present backstage of the Royal Rumble, with the legendary athlete of the company who is not expected to go to fight any match, much less the real brawl to 30 men.

Most likely, The Undertaker will accompany his wife Michelle McCool on her comeback with the company, with the athlete taking part in the WWE 30-woman royal brawl. According to other sources, The Undertaker could also take part in the recordings of some content for WWE and its Network, with the federation usually using the backstage of the big ppv to stage some new programs from its on-demand collection.

With this year's edition of Wrestlemania based in Dallas, in Deadman's home state of Texas, it is very likely that WWE will introduce it to its Hall of Fame right in 2022, with such an announcement that it could come directly.

on the night dedicated to the Royal Rumble, to start the company's Road to Wrestlemania in the best possible way. The Undertaker is undoubtedly one of the greatest WWE Superstars ever to step foot inside the squared circle.

A career that began in 1990 lasted a massive three decades, during which The Phenom earned the fans' respect for his unparalleled dedication to the business.