With less than two weeks left to go now until WrestleMania 35, it has been surprising to see that The Undertaker is not booked for the show and may not have a match on the card this year. At one point, it was a yearly tradition to see “The Deadman” compete on WWE’s biggest event of the year and try to keep his undefeated streak alive. Since the event is still coming up, WWE is allowing fans to go back and relive moments from each match that The Undertaker had at a WrestleMania show. It all starts with his match against Jimmy Snuka and continues all the way up until he was shockingly defeated by Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania XXX back in 2014. Undertaker is perhaps the most legendary WrestleMania performer of all time, and there are plenty of memorable moments and matches from the streak, which lasted over two decades.
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There have been countless instances of wrestlers appearing on television shows in guest roles, but two prominent stars will be featured on a TV drama very soon. It appears that WWE Hall of Famer Goldberg and SmackDown Commissioner Shane McMahon will both be making an appearance on NCIS: Los Angeles this week. Goldberg will portray a Department of Justice agent who is out looking for a former US border patrol officer who has gone missing, and Shane McMahon will join a partner on a mission to recover a hard drive with sensitive military information on it. Goldberg has continued acting since retiring from wrestling in 2017. Meanwhile, McMahon will be facing The Miz at WrestleMania 35 this year. The episode airs this Sunday on CBS
As previously reported, Ron Gronkowski has announced that he is retiring from his career in the NFL. If that name sounds familiar, “Gronk” helped Mojo Rawley win the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 33, and the two of them have a history dating back to their football days. It has frequently been reported that Gronkowski could make the switch over to WWE someday. In January, it was reported again that Gronkowski would likely be more focused on acting than a careee in wrestling right now. For what it’s worth, Rawley has been hinting at introducing a big change on Raw for the past couple of weeks or so. Be wired to stay tuned for any additional updates on the former Patriots player’s potential WWE future.