Bray Wyatt has teased a huge match between The Undertaker and The Fiend.
On Friday, WWE announced The Deadman, who confirmed his retirement after beating AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 earlier this year, will make his ‘Farewell Farewell’ at Survivor Series on November 22.
The occasion will mark exactly 30 years to the day since his WWE debut at Survivor Series in 1990.
Wyatt was tagged in a post which showed a seven-minute video of The Undertaker’s battles with other top WWE superstars.
The caption read: “From @DMcIntyreWWE to @WWEBrayWyatt, The @undertaker has battled them all. Relive those clashes #Undertaker30.”
Wyatt sinisterly replied: “Not quite ALL.”
He was clearly referring to his alter ego The Fiend, who has taken down the likes of John Cena, Finn Balor, Seth Rollins, Daniel Bryan and Braun Strowman since debuting last year.
Part of Wyatt’s brilliant storytelling with The Fiend has been that ‘he never forgets’ past feuds.
The Undertaker beat Wyatt at WresteMania 31 five years ago, so there could be a future story to tell there.
The Fiend, a two-time Universal champion, appears set to feud with Randy Orton for the WWE Championship on Raw.
Could The Undertaker be tempted into one last match in WWE against The Fiend? Only time will tell.