The Undertaker, who has not appeared at the WrestleMania for two years now, is unlikely to participate at the upcoming WrestleMania 36 in Florida.

The last time "The Phenom" The Undertaker made an appearance in a World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) episode was when he teamed up with Roman Reigns to defeat Shane Mcmahon and Drew McIntire at Extreme Rules.

Before that, he took the entire world by surprise when he appeared out of nowhere to make a quick work of John Cena at Wrestle Mania 2018. However, the expectations go sky-high when it comes to the Undertaker, but according to a few media outlets, the Deadman will not be a part of WrestleMania, which is scheduled to be held at Tampa Bay this time around.

The Undertaker once held the longest winning streak in sports entertainment when he had registered 21 victories back-to-back WrestleMania events. However, it was Brock Lesnar, who ended the streak in 2014. Many expected the WWE legend to walk away from the industry after that, but he still continues to make sporadic appearances, much to the delight of many fans.

The Undertaker In this picture, The Undertaker vies with Shawn Michaels during a tag team match as part of World Wrestling Entertainment Crown Jewel pay-per-view at the King Saud University Stadium in Riyadh, Nov. 2, 2018. Photo: FAYEZ NURELDINE/AFP/Getty Images

Even though the Undertaker may not appear at WrestleMania, he is however expected to be present at WWE Crown Jewel, slated for later this year. According to a reliable source, "If any of the news coming out of WWE at the moment is to be believed, The Undertaker will be appearing in Saudi Arabia next... and then after that probably appearing in Saudi Arabia," thereby making it crystal clear that The Undertaker is not part of WWE’s plans for WrestleMania 36, which is scheduled to be held on April 6.

A multi-time champion, The Undertaker is one of the most decorated wrestlers that WWE has ever witnessed. He has been part of the industry right from the 90s and his rivalries with The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin and also Triple H were some of the highlights of the attitude era.