WWE sends out a series of Tweets that could possibly mean the return of The Undertaker

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After being absent from the WWE since his match up against CM Punk at WrestleMania 29, WWE’s recent set of tweets regarding the date 11.22.90 and hashtag of Rest In Pieces should have something to do with The Undertaker returning.

The date 11.22.90 is the exact date when The Undertaker made his on camera debut where he teamed up with Ted DeBiase and defeated both Koko B. Ware and Dusty Rhodes.

Now his return could possibly be linked to two things, maybe both. WWE 2K14 is coming out pretty soon and they are offering a special edition that’s called the Phenon Edition. It comes in a casket shaped case that contains the game itself and a few other bonus additions.

The other possible reason for returning is to set up a feud with Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family. Wyatt and his two followers had a small feud with Kane which resulted in a “Ring of Fire” match that Wyatt won. After the match up, Kane was pulled ringside and onto the steel steps in front of Wyatt who sat in his signature rocking chair.

Wyatt ordered Luke Harper and Erick Rowan to slam a set of steel steps over Kane’s skull. Since then, we haven’t seen Kane on WWE television (Spoiler, he’s filming ‘See No Evil 2′) and could come back at Survivor Series for a reunion with his “brother” The Undertaker against The Wyatt Family.

Undertaker has been known to make some appearances later on in the year after performing at WrestleMania, so his come back was due to happen.

It’s getting a little old, but it’s still exciting at the same time.

Here are some tweets that the WWE has been sending out.

 

 

 

Topics: The Undertaker, WWE

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