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Could SummerSlam See A Huge Phenom Return?

Big shows are known to give us big moments, so could SummerSlam see a huge Phenom return?

SummerSlam See A Huge Phenom Return
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Big shows are known to give us big moments, so could SummerSlam see a huge Phenom return?

Not just “a” Phenom…but The Phenom.

Fans have not seen much from The Undertaker after his well-deserved Hall of Fame induction.

He made a cameo at a significant RAW earlier in 2023, but that’s been about it.

We know he often runs his One Deadman Show in conjunction with major WWE events.

That was the case with Money In The Bank, with Undertaker working some UK dates along with his former co-workers.

Now, according to some, The Undertaker is booked to be in Detroit for SummerSlam weekend.

SummerSlam See A Huge Phenom Return
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And, unless someone isn’t spilling the beans, it is NOT for one of his own standup shows.

Of course, it is entirely possible WWE have asked the fan favorite and legend to be in town just for a tip of the hat and some media work…but there’s some buzz that perhaps he has more to do.

Could SummerSlam See A Huge Phenom Return?

Now, the last time we saw him inside a WWE ring, he was working a segment with Bray Wyatt and LA Knight.

In case you’ve forgotten that one, Undertaker sure seemed to finally and in some fashion hand over the torch to Wyatt.

Many figured that should have happened years ago, but better late than never.

Knight, for his part, was in a feud with Wyatt…and has since been on a rocket to the moon.

Is it possible that WWE has actual plans for ‘Taker on the SummerSlam card?

SummerSlam See A Huge Phenom Return
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Like, could he be involved in bringing the long-lost Wyatt back to WWE television yet again?

Or is this much ado about nothing more than some Detroit press events and other obligations WWE have asked the legendary Superstar to partake in?

Personally, this seems more likely something to do with media and whatnot, versus anything else.

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