If it weren’t already clear that The Undertaker would return to have a match with Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 31, the events of this week have all but confirmed that the two WWE superstars will meet at the biggest pay-per-view of 2015. Wyatt seemingly called out The Undertaker multiple times on the Feb. 16 edition of “Monday Night Raw,” and the wrestler was asked about The Phenom in a separate interview.

In each of the previous two weeks, Wyatt cut a promo that seemingly took aim at The Undertaker. On Monday, he cut three more promos, all of which hinted at a match between the two superstars on March 29 at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California.

Wyatt was seen holding a nail in the first promo, saying the fear he once had for his target has turned into pity, likely referencing the end of the Deadman’s undefeated WrestleMania streak. Later in the night, Wyatt held a hammer during a brief promo. The third and final time Wyatt was shown, he was seen hammering the nail into a piece of wood, discussing a “man that can never truly die.”

On Tuesday, Wyatt addressed a possible match with The Undertaker. He was interviewed by Gater 98.7 FM, and asked if his promos were about the wrestler who was beaten by Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30.

“Sometimes things are better left unsaid," Wyatt told host Tyson. "Who knows exactly where I’m going with this whole thing. I like to leave little clues… but as far as where I’m going with some of these things, I like to encourage people to dive a little bit deeper into that too.”

Even WWE has finally acknowledged that Wyatt might be talking about The Undertaker. The announce team has remained silent, following his promos, but an article on wwe.com has discussed whom Wyatt might possibly be talking about. After names like John Cena, Dean Ambrose, Kane and Erick Rowan were mentioned, the article touched on the more than likely answer.

“There is another intriguing possibility, though: one that has all of us at WWE.com champing at the bit. What if The New Face of Fear were actually calling out The Undertaker? After all, The Demon of Death Valley does tend to re-emerge on The Road to WrestleMania, and Bray Wyatt is just the kind of darkness that would pique The Phenom’s interest. It only stands to reason that the two ominous figures would speak the same language. In fact, Wyatt’s most recent message shows him driving a spike into wood. What if that wood were a coffin, the very symbol of The Deadman? If it were true, the mind games that would occur between the two forces of nature would only be outdone by the epic collision that would surely follow on The Grandest Stage of Them All.”

If Wyatt and The Undertaker are going to have a match at WrestleMania 31, their feud will likely begin soon. On Sunday, WWE Fast Lane marks the final PPV before WrestleMania 31, leaving five weeks before the event. The Undertaker might appear on the Feb. 23 edition of “Raw.”