The Undertaker defeated Bray Wyatt at WrestleMania 31, while Sting was beaten in his first ever WWE match, losing to Triple H. The future is unknown for both wrestlers, but the possibility remains that the two legends could have a match against each other before they call it quits.
Ever since Sting left TNA last year, it’s been speculated that he would have a match against The Undertaker. Considering Sting was the face of WCW and the biggest star never to have set foot in a WWE ring, it would only make sense that he’d take on the wrestler that’s been with WWE for the last 25 years.
Sting didn’t appear at last year’s WrestleMania, and The Undertaker saw his streak broken by Brock Lesnar. Because the aging superstars didn’t face each other at Sunday’s pay-per-view, what’s been viewed as a dream match in the eyes of many might never happen.
"I'm feeling like this is probably going to be my last one," Sting told the Associated Press before WrestleMania 31. "We'll see how everyone reacts. If I'm asked to do one more at Survivor Series or maybe even WrestleMania next year, at this point, I would consider it. But realistically, this is going to be it."
While WWE’s decision not to book The Undertaker vs. Sting this year has some believing that the match won’t ever happen, there remain signs that the two wrestlers could finally go head-to-head at WrestleMania 32. According to PWInsider, both The Undertaker and Sting are booked for “Monday Night Raw” just a day after WrestleMania 31. There’s speculation that the two will be involved in an angle that sets up a future match, which would likely come at WrestleMania 32.
A retirement match between The Undertaker and Sting at WrestleMania 32 makes sense for several reasons. Sting has made it clear that his career is coming to an end. Now that The Streak is over and he’s reached 50 years old, The Undertaker’s time in the ring is almost up. The match would be a major draw for WWE, and the company is looking to sell over 100,000 tickets with WrestleMania 32 set to take place in Dallas. The event could use as much star power as possible, and the two legendary wrestlers are two of the biggest stars in the history of the business.
WWE hasn’t shied away from rumors that The Undertaker and Sting could eventually have a WrestleMania match. A few weeks after The Streak was broken, WWE posted a video on its website, previewing a potential match between the two.
While it’s unknown if The Undertaker will wrestle at WrestleMania 32, WWE made him part of their video package promoting the PPV.