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Cena calls out Taker for Mania

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

In a move that was expected, John Cena called out The Undertaker on Monday Night Raw. After failed attempts to make the WrestleMania 34 show — including a loss at the Fastlane pay-per-view on Sunday night — Cena did the unthinkable.

After initially saying he would be a fan at WrestleMania 34 — you know that was never going to happen — he called out The Undertaker. He has not competed in a match since WrestleMania 33 when he lost to Roman Reigns in Orlando, Fla.

John Cena and The Undertaker

John Cena and The Undertaker

Following the match, The Undertaker put his wrestling attire in the middle of the ring. It was like he officially walked away; however, he never officially said it.

Those who have already seen spoilers of the WrestleMania 34 card — including The Capital Sports Report — The Undertaker will ultimately accept this challenge. The WWE Creative Department only has a month to play this out before The Dead Man officially accepts the offer.

This is the dream match that so many people have been wanting to see on the stage at Mania for a long-time. It may be a little too late, though, as neither are full-time competitors anymore.

The Undertaker, 52, has not fought Cena, 40, in a singles match since June 22nd, 2004 at a WWE Smackdown taping. Taker won via pinfall over Cena at the TD Waterhouse Center in Orlando, Fla.

Besides their no contest on Oct. 9th, 2006 on Monday Night Raw, their series is tied at 2-2 all-time. The Undertaker also won over Cena at WWE’s Vengence in July 2003.

Cena defeated The Undertaker at a WWE Smackdown taping on Aug. 5th, 2003 in Canada. He also defeated The Dead Man on April 8th, 2003 at a Smackdown taping.


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