Exactly 30 years after his WWE debut – The Undertaker will make “Final Farewell” for the company this Sunday at WWE Survivor Series 2020.
When you look at the greatest images in WWE history, The Undertaker will feature in the majority of them – he has been the staple of the company for three decades.
From his debut in 1990 to throwing Mankind off Hell in a Cell in 1997 to returning as the American Badass in 2000 to winning the 2007 Royal Rumble to winning his last World Heavyweight Championship in 2010 to riding away on his bike after his Boneyard Match with AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36 – The Deadman has created so many iconic moments befitting his legendary status in professional wrestling.
All good things come to an end, WWE is billing The Undertaker’s Survivor Series appearance as his last for the company but as Vince McMahon used to say on commentary, “anything can happen in the WWE”.
During the “Revelation” episode of The Last Ride, The Undertaker told his boss to “call me if you need me” – if the WWE Universe is allowed back into stadiums early next year, there is a good chance that call will be made.
With that said – The Undertaker could walk or ride off into the sunset forever this Sunday or WWE could set something up for him on The Grandest Stage of Them All next year.
Here is what could be in store for The Demon from Death Valley at WWE Survivor Series 2020.