The Undertaker only works during Wrestlemania season because he racked up dozens of injuries over the course of his 20-year pro wrestling career.
With that said, the WWE will likely ease him back into the mix with a warm-up match tonight, possibly against a little-known jobber. There's still 41 days left before Wrestlemania, so the WWE has plenty of time to promote The Undertaker and work him back into the fold without putting too much strain on his body.
Heck, the WWE could even trot him out for a quick cameo during tonight's episode and not an actual match, and fans likely wouldn't mind. In all likelihood, The Undertaker will compete in a quick match just to reintroduce him back to WWE Universe.
Wrestlemania season has finally arrived, which means "Taker" will be back in action just in time to hype up the Apr. 6 event.
The Undertaker is expected to put his 20-year undefeated streak on the line at this year's Wrestlemania, so WWE fans are already getting pumped up for that event.
As for Hogan, he is expected to appear on tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw to drum up support for the new WWE Network, as well as his upcoming Wrestlemania XXX hosting gig.
Hogan has spent the past few years working for TNA, and he hasn't been seen inside the WWE ring since 2007. It will absolutely be a grand return for one of the most marketable and well-known characters the promotion has ever seen.
Also on tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw, The Shield look to get back in the win column following a decisive loss to The Wyatt Family at last night's Elimination Chamber in Minneapolis.
In other action, AJ Lee is expected to battle Cameron in an Elimination Chamber rematch.
No official bouts have been announced for tonight's WWE Monday Night Raw, but the episode is expected to feature plenty of rematches of Elimination Chamber battles, such as The Usos vs The New Age Outlaws.
Jack Swagger, Cesaro, John Cena and Randy Orton are expected to appear on tonight's WWE Monday Night Raw, along with superstars such as Daniel Bryan, Brock Lesnar and possibly even Ric Flair.
Tonight's episode of WWE Monday Night Raw airs live on the USA Network at 8 p.m.