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A WWE legend has been all-but-confirmed for 2018 Survivor Series

GiveMeSport | Updated: 2018-09-28 18:05:13

The year is 2018, The Undertaker is 53 years of age, yet looks in the best shape he's been in for the past few years.

The Deadman noticeably struggled in his WrestleMania 33 match with Roman Reigns, but the next time we saw him in a WWE ring - against John Cena at the following year's event - he looked far healthier.

He even took part in a Casket Match against Rusev in Saudi Arabia less than three weeks after Mania, which proves his general health must be on the up.

Perhaps this is the reason why Taker is slated to appear at both WWE Super Show-Down and Crown Jewel in the next few weeks.

Stepping into the ring against his former foe Triple H in Australia, that bout is set to lead to a tag team match between The Game and his retired partner Shawn Michaels, against Taker and Kane, which will reportedly happen at Crown Jewel in Riyadh on November 2.

There will be less than a month between the two shows, so Taker must be confident that he's in the right physical state to take-in two matches in such a short space of time.

And judging by a recent announcement, we could be set to see the Lord of Darkness at yet another major event in 2018.

Taker has been confirmed to appear at an autograph signing in Los Angeles the night before Survivor Series, which surely all-but points to a match at the event he debuted at in 1990.

Who he would fight remains to be seen, however Wrestlevotes, who have broken several big scoops recently, stated that there's discussions surrounding having Taker and Michaels going one-on-one at the Staples Center.

And the fact that Survivor Series is just 16 days following Crown Jewel is the biggest sign yet that Undertaker is feeling like himself again - at 53 though you do wonder that one bad move could do bad damage to the icon's career.

It remains to be seen whether or not Undertaker will face-off against HBK - or anyone for that matter - at Survivor Series, but the event could desperately do with a huge boost after falling by the wayside in recent years compared to events like the Royal Rumble and SummerSlam.

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