The Undertaker debuted for WWE at Survivor Series, in the year 1990. This year’s pay-per-view marks his 30th anniversary as a WWE Superstar. Taker was the mysterious partner of the Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase.
The Undertaker last participated in a match at Wrestlemania 36. He defeated AJ Styles in a Boneyard match. Since then, he has announced his retirement from wrestling. But considering WWE’s past, Taker’s return to the squared ring is very much likely.
According to a tweet from Wrestlevotes, WWE is planning to build this year’s Survivor Series around the Deadman’s 30th anniversary. As per the reports, The Undertaker would only be making an appearance and not be wrestling.
The plan to build the PPV around Taker’s journey is also evident from the fact that Survivor Series Sunday marks the end of “30 days of The Deadman” programming. This WWE network schedule launches one documentary each week, beginning from the Hell in a Cell Sunday.
The plan for Taker’s non-wrestling appearance might change. But it would make sense, to not have him wrestle, considering he retired just a short while ago. If WWE does want him to wrestle, a match at Wretlemania is much more likely, rather than Survivor Series. A buildup to The Deadman’s 30th anniversary might begin after Hell in a Cell.
Survivor Series is scheduled to air live on November 22nd, 2020. Hell in a Cell is scheduled to air live on October 25th, 2020.
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