5 Legends Who Could Return To WWE For WrestleMania 38

WrestleMania 38 is less than two months away. The reverse countdown to the mega event has begun as fans from across the world await to see the biggest WWE premium live event of the year. Often the legends come back to perform at WrestleMania.


Since the last two years, WWE has decided to have WrestleMania for two nights. This year also, the trend will continue as Dallas will host WrestleMania 38 on April 3 and 4. Here’s a list of five legends who can return to WWE for WrestleMania 38.

#1 Legend Stone Cold Steve Austin can return for WrestleMania 38

Former multi-time Royal Rumble winner Stone Cold Steve Austin is rumored to return to WWE soon. According to rumors, he might even come out of retirement and wrestle at ‘Mania. It seems WWE may book a match between Stone Cold and Kevin Owens for the Show of Shows.


#2 WWE Legend Undertaker may show up at WrestleMania 38

The Undertaker was synonymous to WrestleMania because of the extraordinary winning streak that he built at the mega event. He was undefeated for 21 matches, before Brock Lesnar beat him. It should not be a surprise if the Deadman shows up at ‘Mania.

#3 Trish Stratus

Former WWE Women’s Champion Trish Stratus surprisingly did not show up at the Royal Rumble. She will also miss the upcoming Elimination Chamber show. It seems WWE is saving Trish for WrestleMania, where she could probably have a match with Alexa Bliss.

#4 WrestleMania Legend Bad Bunny

WWE recently labeled Bad Bunny as a ‘WrestleMania Legend’ on social media. Given how fans have enjoyed his performances in the ring, Bad Bunny could wrestle another match at the Show of Shows.


#5 The Rock

Although the chances are very low, The Rock could make a shocking return at ‘Mania to confront his cousin Roman Reigns and set up a dream match for next year’s WrestleMania.


Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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