WWE Legend The Undertaker is reportedly asking for $25,000 for making a public appearance outside of the WWE, according to the Wrestling Observer.
The Deadman, who infamously debuted at the 1990 Survivor Series, has avoided appearing out of character in the past but has given several OOC interviews over the past year.
According to the Observer, there are no current plans for the Phenom to appear at WrestleMania 35.
"The timing of this is notable as he is also not scheduled to work a top match at WrestleMania at this point," analyst Dave Meltzer wrote.
The Undertaker recently removed mentions of WWE from his social media, something often done when a Superstar leaves the company.
Meltzer also wrote about the latest WWE show in Saudi Arabia, which will take place this May, after the former World Champion appeared at both the Greatest Royal Rumble and Crown Jewel.
He said: "As of today he’s also not working the next Saudi Arabia show, and if he was going to wrestle, the Saudi show would be the most likely show since it’s the biggest money show of the year, and Mania would be the next most likely date."