Former longtime WWE executive Bruce Prichard recently appeared as a guest on the Wrestling Inc. Podcast and gave his take on The Undertaker possibly stepping inside the squared circle again.
Many WWE fans were under the impression that The Undertaker retired following his loss to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 last year, however Prichard seems to feel we have not seen the last of "The Dead Man" just yet.
Prichard was asked during the podcast if he feels we will see "The Phenom" return for another match at WrestleMania, and he seemed to have a very definite opinion on the subject.
"Yes, yes I do," Prichard said. "I always would joke with Undertaker... As long as he could get on a walker and make his way down to the ring, then he will be wrestling at WrestleMania. And he looks better and feels better than he has in 10 years."
As far as who he feels The Undertaker would work with if he were to have another match, the former "Brother Love" wasn't exactly sure.
"You look at the roster and you look at different people," he said. "Braun Strowman it won't be, that would've been a nice little face-to-face thing. But for nostalgia, we're way past the Sting thing, we're way past doing anything there. I think that would bring Undertaker down unfortunately right now. But maybe John Cena."
So, if Undertaker were to wrestle again, who does Prichard think should go over in the match, regardless of who his opponent is?
'Taker! I always say 'Taker should win, that's my answer," said Prichard. "'Taker's in a match, who should win? 'Taker!"
Check out the complete Bruce Prichard interview at WrestlingInc.com.