The Undertaker has again been tipped to feature at WrestleMania next month.
The WWE legend, has only been in the ring twice in the last year, appearing at special events in Australia and Saudi Arabia.
His involvement at WrestleMania has been unclear for months amid reports he has retired as a wrestler for good.
But the WWE have dropped the clearest indication yet that he will be at the MetLife Stadium on April 7.
A production truck was spotted at this week’s RAW in Chicago, showing the Undertaker’s picture alongside the likes
While the promo doesn’t confirm the Undertaker would be involved, it does suggest he will make an appearance – as he did a year ago.
The Deadman wasn’t expected to be involved at WrestleMania 34 but called out John Cena and faced him in a short match.
He has been linked with a host of potential opponents – including Finn Balor and more recently Elias.
Speaking recently, Elias admitted he would like to take on Cena or the Undertaker at WrestleMania.
“At WrestleMania, I’d love to wrestle John Cena; I’ve got a lot of issues with that guy. I’ve got issues with The Undertaker, I’d love to take The Undertaker out,” he said.
“I think ‘The Living Truth vs The Dead Man’ is a great story right there. Those are two guys I have in my sights right now, and one way or another I’d like to get a hold of them right now.
“It’s really about big stars and big moments. I’ve had a lot of great moments; WrestleMania, where all eyes around the world are on you there.”