Is it impossible a new match between The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar?

Are there any chances to rewatch such an anticipated match in WWE?

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Is it impossible a new match between The Undertaker and Brock Lesnar?

The Undertaker's career officially ended at Survivor Series 2020, while his last match was against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. In the latest edition of Smack Talk on Sportskeeda, former WWE manager Dutch Mantell reflected on the Undertaker's ability to endear himself to fans while playing a dark character.

"Well, The Undertaker was playing a pretty dark character. However, people loved him just the same. His entrance into the ring was so iconic that at times it was better than the match itself." In the latest edition of the To Be The Man podcast, Ric Flair revealed that he's always had wonderful chemistry with Taker.

"I've always had a special chemistry with The Undertaker. In addition to being one of the greatest of all time, the Undertaker had the ability to transcend wrestling," said Ric Flair. "Taker was able to do amazing things for his size, like walk on ropes and all sorts of other stuff.

No other superstar in wrestling history has managed to excite fans like the Deadman. His character was tremendously charming," added the 16-time world champion. Bill Apter recently reflected on the possibility of The Undertaker returning to the ring in the near future.

The Undertaker's appearance on Raw 30 last month is still fresh in the memory of fans, who went into ecstasy when they saw the American Badass enter the ring. The WWE Hall of Famer had a memorable interaction with Bray Wyatt, in what seemed to all intents and purposes a handover.

In the latest edition of the podcast The Wrestling Time Machine hosted by Mac Davis, Apter talked about the future of the Deadman: "WWE could organize a rematch between Undertaker and Brock Lesnar, but I don't know if the Phenom is willing to enter the ring at this stage of his life.

The Digger should be putting a lot of effort into trying to get his revenge and I'm not sure he feels like it. More likely he wants to enjoy the rest of his life with his family. He has given body and soul to this business for 30 years, partially sacrificing his private life. Getting back in the ring is definitely not a priority for him."

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