On the latest episode of his X-Pac 12360 Podcast, former WWE Superstar and Attitude Era Mainstay Sean Waltman shared his thoughts, on whether or not The Undertaker and Shawn Michaels, will wrestle one more match. His thoughts stem from RAW this past week, when Taker and Michaels were in the same ring in a segment on the show.
"It was a magical moment, first Shawn comes out, and he can carry something on his own just fine as he kills it on the mic every time... Then Taker comes out and it was the best Taker mic work I've ever seen. It was tremendous, very compelling between those two. I loved it. I'm pretty sure, I may be going out on a limb here, but I'm pretty sure this is planting a seed for some kind of Undertaker vs. Shawn [match]. Whether it's a singles or some kind of a tag or triple-threat or something, I see that as a seed being planted."
Waltman went on to say that if Michaels were pulled out of retirement by the WWE, he'd have a match at WrestleMania against someone like A.J. Styles.
"It's the history those two have, Michaels can still go out there and do a lot of the stuff [in the ring that he did before. But he doesn't want the pressure, I think from talking to him. It's not gonna be Undertaker vs. Shawn at WrestleMania 26, where they had one of the greatest matches ever. Shawn going out there with A.J. or somebody, I think that the expectations of that match [would be too high]. It's easier for [Michaels and Taker] to go out there and have a match. They can tell a story, there's so much history. There's just so many reasons why it's better for them to do that."
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