WrestleMania 36 looms large on the horizon, but it looks like WWE could be without two of their biggest stars for this year's 'Show of Shows.'
Said stars are The Undertaker and Ronda Rousey, neither of whom currently find themselves in WWE's plans for their annual Sports Entertainment extravaganza - according to Dave Meltzer in this week's Wrestling Observer Newsletter.
Neither is expected to wrestle at the event. With regards to 'Taker, Meltzer notes that 'The Deadman' is thought to be negotiating with WWE for a potential spot on the show, though there's no word on what he might get up to in Tampa bay if those negotiations are successful. Nothing has been pencilled in for him at the moment.
Regarding Rousey, Meltzer claims to have been told that she won't be wrestling on the show - period.
The Undertaker didn't appear at all at WrestleMania 35, missing 'The Grandest Stage of Them All' for the first time in years. He did, however, show up to destroy Elias on Raw the following night. Rousey made history by partaking in the first 'Mania women's main event alongside Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair.
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