Much to the shock of pretty much everybody, the Undertaker returned to Raw to save Roman Reigns and fend off Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre during a one-on-two handicap match, and the news didn’t stop there as it was later confirmed that a tag team match had been made for Extreme Rules pitting ‘Taker and Roman against Shane and McIntyre.
Shane and Drew had decimated the Big Dog from the outset with multiple Claymores from Drew and a spear from Shane, before ‘Taker appeared with a massive gong to prevent a coast-to-coast.
— WWE (@WWE) June 25, 2019
The last time we saw the Deadman on WWE TV was at the Super ShowDown event in Saudi Arabia on June 7, when he defeated Goldberg in a match that did not go down very well at all, to be honest.
The last time he was on Raw was the June 3 show in the buildup to that match.
‘Taker does of course have history with Reigns, namely at WrestleMania 33 with Roman beating Undertaker in the main event, effectively retiring Undertaker except it turns out that last part didn’t exactly happen.
A year prior to that at ‘Mania 32, the Phenom defeated Shane McMahon in a Hell in a Cell match.
Well, I think it’s safe to say not many of us were expecting this… it’ll be interesting to see how, if at all, it affects ticket sales compared to Stomping Grounds.