In a highly exciting information for Pro-Wrestling fans all over the planet, The Undertaker is reportedly set for an appearance at Survivor Series.
The Deadman will probably not wrestle at the pay per view, having confirmed his retirement in the critically acclaimed documentary series, but even an appearance of him shall increase the prestige of the show.
The current plan of WWE is to center the pay per view, one of the Big Four shows of WWE, to be on the fact that this is the thirtieth anniversary of ‘The Deadman.’ 30 years ago, the iconic character debuted as the mystery member of Ted Dibiase’s team and hit Koko B’Ware with a Tombstone Pildriver and eliminating him before getting eliminated himself over count-out.
Survivor Series will also serve as the beginning of what is being marketed as 30 Days Of Deadman.
Here’s The Schedule For 30 Days Of The Undertaker
The 30 Days Of Deadman includes:
October 25 – WWE Untold: The Phenom and The Legend Killer
Learn the incredible true story of The Undertaker and Randy Orton’s epic rivalry from 2005, as told by The Phenom and The Legend Killer themselves.
November 1 – Meeting Mark Calaway
Superstars from past and present — including “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton — remember their first introduction to Mark Calaway, better known to the WWE Universe as the one and only Undertaker.
November 8 – The Mortician: The Story of Paul Bearer
This is the story of William Moody, the real-life mortician who combined his background in mortuary science with his passion for wrestling to create one of WWE’s most enduring personalities.
November 15 – Brothers of Destruction
From their fierce battles against one another, to their indestructible alliance as tag team partners, Brothers of Destruction covers The Undertaker and Kane’s bond as never before.
November 22 – Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions: The Undertaker
The Deadman and The Texas Rattlesnake cover even more ground on this all-new episode, which premieres 30 years to the day of The Undertaker’s arrival in WWE.
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