The latest WWE rumors are raising speculation that an Undertaker vs. Roman Reigns match could happen, again. As many fans saw back in April of this year at "WrestleMania 33," Taker seemed to have announced his retirement from the ring through actions, rather than words. That came after he suffered his second-ever career loss at "WrestleMania" to Roman Reigns. Now it's being rumored that The Undertaker may want to take another shot at defeating the "Big Dog" and it might come at one of the WWE's biggest pay-per-views, "Summerslam 2017."

What's the story?

On an upcoming episode of WWE's "Monday Night Raw," Roman Reigns is set to make a big announcement regarding the WWE "SummerSlam" pay-per-view.

There were some rumors floating around that Reigns will stake his claim for a title shot at whoever is Universal Champion after "Great Balls of Fire" PPV. That could be either Samoa Joe or the current champion, Brock Lesnar.

However, newer rumors are suggesting that Reigns will reveal he wants another match with Undertaker and at the summer pay-per-view. Reigns defeated Taker via pinfall at "WrestleMania 33" in Orlando, Florida just a few months ago. During that match, there was plenty of reason to believe that "The Deadman" was having trouble working a match.

Will it happen?

Fans have learned to "never say never" when it comes to WWE and professional wrestling. However, a more likely scenario could be that Reigns teases a match against Undertaker, or asks for a title shot at "SummerSlam" and is interrupted during his speech on "Raw." So quite possibly, Reigns makes his statement and then Braun Strowman returns to WWE programming.

Since Strowman and Reigns seem to have some unfinished business it seems like the big man could also claim his stake at the WWE Universal Championship. The WWE seemed to have that in the works until Strowman had to take some time away for an elbow issue that he had worked on.

WWE fans will probably see Reigns taking on Strowman at either "Great Balls of Fire" or WWE "SummerSlam," but if The Undertaker is somehow involved in either situation, it would certainly be a major surprise to see.

Undertaker's acts in the ring following his "WrestleMania" seemed like a major indication that he was walking away from the ring for some time. After recent hip surgery, the possibility is there for a return, but one has to think resting peacefully is the main goal for "The Phenom" right now.