WWE champ Jinder Mahal hints at return for The Undertaker after WrestleMania 33 retirement

WWE champ Jinder Mahal hints at return for The Undertaker after WrestleMania 33 retirement

- Jinder Mahal has suggested that the Undertaker could return to WWE

- The 'Dead man' retired after a defeat to Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania 33

- The champ believes the Undertaker still has a lot to offer to wrestling

- Mahal is the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion since May 2017

Current WWE World Heavyweight Champion Jinder Mahal has dropped the bombshell that the retired Undertaker could return to the ring.

The Phenom retired from wrestling at Wrestlemania 33 after suffering a defeat to Roman Reigns at the main event.

WWE champ Jinder Mahal hints at return for The Undertaker after WrestleMania 33 retirement

The Undertaker retired after WrestleMania 33

The WWE champion says nothing should be ruled out in wrestling when it comes to the Undertaker returning.

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He told sportskeeda: “I believe there is another chapter. But that’s the thing WWE, that’s the thing with The Undertaker he’s so mysterious, he’s so unpredictable.

WWE champ Jinder Mahal hints at return for The Undertaker after WrestleMania 33 retirement

WWE champ Jinder Mahal

“You don’t know when that chapter is going to be, he could pop up on RAW or he could pop up on SmackDown – he could pop up at WrestleMania, you just never know.

“I believe that he still has something left, but that’s just my opinion whether he is done, you know he will go down as one of the greatest of all time, so I believe there is something left still.”

Mahal has been heavyweight champion since defeating Randy Orton at Backlash in May 2017. He defended his title against Orton at Money in the Bank in mid-June.

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Source: Sports.naija.ng

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