Undertaker WWE Elimination Chamber return teases major change of WrestleMania plans

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The Undertaker may not face AJ Styles in a Singles Match at  WrestleMania 36 after his shock WWE comeback at Elimination Chamber. Undertaker shocked the live crowd at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania when he made a surprise appearance during AJ Styles’ clash with Aleister Black.

Styles and Black faced off in a No Disqualification Match in which they took each other to the limit with the use of steel chairs, kendo sticks and wooden tables.

Black seemed to be closing in on a victory and that was when The Phenomenal One’s OC associates Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson got involved.

The three stars outnumbered the Dutchman as they carried out a devastating beatdown but that was when the lights went out and Undertaker’s signature gong music echoed around the arena.

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When the lights went back on Taker appeared in the ring holding Gallows and Anderson by the throat while the fans went wild with excitement.

Styles tried to save his associates as he attacked The Deadman from behind but that wasn’t enough as he was caught by the neck.

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The Phenom then delivered a brutal Chokeslam that took the two-time world champion out of commission and allowed Black to regroup.

It was then when the ex-NXT Champion delivered a devastating Black Mass kick to pick up the biggest victory of his entire career.

It seems certain by this point that Undertaker and Styles will share the ring together at WrestleMania but it may not be a one-on-one bout.

Rumours suggested that Taker would come back at Elimination Chamber to help Black so that the two of them would team up together at Mania to take on Styles, Anderson and Gallows in a three-on-two Handicap Match.

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That is because The Deadman can no longer compete the same way he did in his glory days and is still dealing with various limitations that would be exposed in a Singles Match.

But he would probably be more capable to perform in a Tag Team Match where he would be getting help from other young talent.

Undertaker is reportedly set to appear on RAW tonight at the Capital One Arena in Washington where he could outline his Mania plans.

The seven-time world champion won’t be the only legend appearing on RAW as Edge will be coming back to action to confront Randy Orton and set up a WrestleMania match between them.

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