During the latest episode of his Talk Is Jericho podcast, longtime WWE Superstar Chris Jericho gave his preview of tonight's WrestleMania 34 pay-per-view at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana.
Among his thoughts on tonight's show, Jericho spent some time sharing his take on the fact that a match between John Cena and The Undertaker was never formally announced.
"There might be a match of Undertaker versus John Cena because John Cena [has] been calling for it. Let's take a little detour. Chances are that the match is going to happen. Chances are that Vince [McMahon] didn't want Undertaker to waste an entrance on RAW." Jericho continued, "I think that, knowing Vince, he's probably thinking, 'people are going to buy this show either way and the tease of Cena coming in week after week, 'where's Underaker?' No response. 'Where's Undertaker?' Everybody knows, even though they don't know, that Undertaker's going to come out and you get your big entrance and that sort of thing.'"
As he continued, Jericho explained why if history has proven anything, it's that The Undertaker should not lose another match at WrestleMania, regardless of who his opponent is.
"Listen, guys, from what I know and what Jack Slade knows, which is lots, 99% on my part, there will be Cena versus Undertaker." Jericho added, "I have a theory. Undertaker should not lose at WrestleMania ever again. 'The streak' is done. He lost to Brock [Lesnar]. He lost to Roman [Reigns]. He does not need to be losing to John Cena. Cena right now, he's about to become, I'm not going to say 'the next Rock', but we know he [has] got Blockers, he's a star, and Duke Nukem, and Transformers. Cena is going to lose, as he should, because, at this point, if Undertaker's going to be effective as a performer, he should never lose again. Ever. Yeah, he lost his match and he lost his other one to the heir apparent, the prodigal son of Roman Reigns. After that, he should beat everybody! If he's going to continue wrestling, my opinion Taker beats Cena in a match of 1,000 false finishes."
Check out the complete episode of Chris Jericho's Talk Is Jericho podcast at Omny.fm, and make sure to join us here this evening for live play-by-play results coverage of WrestleMania 34.