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Undertaker & Shawn Michaels Return to Raw, Deadman To Enter WWE Royal Rumble 2017

undertaker-630x390Both The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels made their respective returns to WWE programming on Monday night’s edition of Raw from New Orleans.

Michaels hyped both the Royal Rumble and his upcoming movie, The Resurrection of Gavin Stone, before getting interrupted by Rusev, Lana and Jinder Mahal.

Big Cass and Enzo came to the WWE Hall of Famer’s aid, however, and helped him run down the foreign trio on the mic, as seen in this tweet courtesy of WWE’s official Twitter account:



Michaels tweeted about his return:


The Undertaker made a more impactful appearance Monday night, announcing he intends to enter the Royal Rumble match, courtesy of WWE:



WWE cut backstage to Braun Strowman, who was intently watching The Undertaker’s monologue, signaling a possible battle between the two at the Rumble.

The Undertaker’s Rumble proclamation was a surprising development since he hasn’t competed in the Rumble match since 2009. His last appearance at the Royal Rumble in any form was his world title defense against Rey Mysterio in 2010.

The Deadman was last seen on the go-home episode of SmackDown prior to Survivor Series in November, as he threatened the blue brand’s team with repercussions if it didn’t prevail against Raw.

He also announced he would no longer allow WrestleMania to define him, which led many to speculate The Phenom would return to in-ring action at some point prior to WrestleMania 33 in Orlando, Florida.

Source: Bleacher Report

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