At this point, nobody could possibly believe that The Undertaker will no-show the Show of Shows, especially considering how much they've been building this up over the past several weeks. It would be an error of judgement to build up such an epic WrestleMania encounter and then not deliver, especially considering the company's penchant for creating "WrestleMania moments" every five seconds. While a lot of John Cena's badgering has been somewhat uninteresting, it has provoked quite a bit of chatter among fans. Many theories surrounding Undertaker's return suggest that he will come back as his early's "American Badass" persona instead of as the Deadman.
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Despite 30 years of creative stories, captivating feuds and awe-inspiring theatricality, it is The Undertaker's most simple character that fans continue to clamor for. That's funny, because The American Badass chapter of his career lasted only three years, a mere 10 percent of its total, and was not nearly as responsible for the moments and matches the future Hall of Famer would provide audiences in other guises. Maybe it's because of the nostalgia associated with the character's Attitude Era introduction. Perhaps it is the staleness of The Deadman? Might it be the fact that the biker gimmick is the truest-to-life representation of the man himself? Back for the first time in 20 years following his dismantling of AJ Styles in the acclaimed Boneyard match at WrestleMania 36, relive the evolution of The American Badass chapter of Undertaker's illustrious and captivating history. One of The Undertaker 's greatest attributes has always been his ability to evolve and adapt as a character.
A return to form in many ways, it also witnessed the revival of his old American Badass gimmick as he tore into that cemetery on a motorcycle like it was all over again. And he rounded out this resurrection with a brand new Metallica entrance theme. Over the years, The Deadman has had an array of unforgettable theme songs score his way to the ring and, if we're being completely honest, the music is one of the major reasons as to why he became such a larger-than-life character to before he even stepped in the ring. Could you imagine if he didn't first walk out to Jim Johnston's take on that instantly recognisable funeral dirge at Survivor Series? Maybe we wouldn't have the signature slow entrance that quickly became such a significant part of his character. Would he have even been called the American Badass? Adding a new entrance theme this late in the game reminds us of just how timeless The Undertaker is.
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