The Undertaker could again resurface in a wrestling ring once he had undergone hip surgery. Although the general belief that the Deadman had his retirement match at "Wrestlemania 33" remains intact, there are still a handful of wrestling pundits who think otherwise.

Former WWE creative writer Bruce Prichard said in a podcast session that The Undertaker is not done yet with wrestling. Prichard, who served as the first manager of the WWE legend under the ring-name Brother Love, believes the Deadman has one match left in him before he officially closed the final chapter of his storied career.

"Now he would argue with me on that and say, No, that's it. But you never say never in this business. And The Undertaker and that character will live on forever and I think that he could still go out and have a match," according to Prichard in his "Something to Wrestle" podcast.

Surgery first before comeback

The Undertaker is scheduled to undergo a hip replacement surgery in the coming months after his emotional match with Roman Reigns at Wrestlemania. Mark Calaway was supposed to go under the knife much earlier, but he had to postpone it in order to appear in the "Showcase of the Immortal."

Despite wrestling with a bad hip, the Phenom endured the pain and produced an action-packed, thrilling match with Reigns, who joined Brock Lesnar as the only wrestlers to beat the WWE legend at Wrestlemnia.

At the end of the match, the Undertaker added more fuel to the retirement rumors when he stripped off his coat, gloves, and signature hat at the center of the ring, leaving thousands of fans in tears as he bid farewell.

Next Hall of Famer?

Then again, anything can happen in wrestling. Prichard stressed money remains the main catalyst to a potential Undertaker comeback.

He also added that a superstar of that caliber deserves a much better send-off than losing to Reigns. After all, the former Shield member wasn't the first choice to be the Undertaker's opponent in his last match. It was John Cena. On the other hand, any attempt to wrestle one more time will depend on the fitness of the 52-year-old man.

The Deadman is easily the most iconic superstar in WWE history, spanning over 25 years of wrestling excellence. His feuds with Stone Cold Steve Austin, the Rock, Shawn Michaels and Triple H have earned him a place in the pantheon of wrestling greats. Whether or not the Undertaker decides to hang up his mitts for good, his next stop will certainly be in the WWE Hall of Fame.