• AJ Styles and The Undertaker could face off at WrestleMania 36
  • Styles called out the Deadman at the latest episode of Monday Night RAW
  • The Undertaker last fought in the WrestleMania in 2018

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Hall of Famer Booker T recently expressed his views on the possible WrestleMania match between AJ Styles and The Undertaker.

Booker, who is also the co-host of the Hall of Fame podcast, made his comments on the same show.

In the latest episode of Monday Night RAW, AJ Styles called out The Undertaker. The Phenomenal One called The Undertaker a "broken-down old man called Mark Calloway." AJ Styles went on to refer to Undertaker’s wife Michelle McCool, calling her "conniving" and saying that she will "run him into the ground."

AJ Styles then officially challenged The Deadman to a match at WrestleMania 36 as the contract signing for the match is expected to take place next week on WWE RAW.

On the Hall of Fame podcast, the other co-host Brad Gilmore questioned Booker about AJ Styles’ chances at the WrestleMania clash against The Undertaker.

To which, Booker replied, "I think AJ is doing the job. So we can skip the rest of the foreplay or whatever. Get right to the point.”

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The Undertaker returns to the ring in "WWE 2K16."

“We all talked about The Undertaker like that. I said that about the Undertaker when I wrestled him. This guy’s past his prime. We all want that moment, especially that payday. It’s gonna be a great payday for AJ Styles. As well it’s gonna be great, great match, to be able to look back on, you know, many years from now, especially somebody like AJ Styles."

"I remember AJ Styles being that bright-eyed bushy-tailed kid in the WCW locker room. I don’t know he might have been 19 years old, just wishing. Like they say chomping at the bit to get in the game, man. And now to see AJ Styles. At WrestleMania 2020, taking on The Undertaker. Congratulations kid, you made it,” Booker elaborated further on the podcast show.

WrestleMania 2020 is the 36th edition of the professional wrestling Pay-Per-View (PPV) event and is scheduled to take place on April 6 at the Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida.