As we prepare to say goodbye to The Undertaker at WWE Survivor Series 2020 after 30 years, we are always expecting the unexpected.
The Undertaker’s grand farewell is in order for this Sunday at WWE Survivor Series 2020. Thirty years after making his debut at the same pay-per-view, the most legendary character in WWE is set to meet an end. With multiple members of The Undertaker’s legendary “Bone Street Krew” being reported to be in attendance, we wonder who might show up uninvited.
As the old saying goes, when one door closes, another door will open. The casket door will close on The Undertaker’s career this Sunday, but by whose hand? Or perhaps the question is which hand: hurt or heal? On Tuesday, the WWE YouTube channel released the full match between Undertaker and Bray Wyatt from WrestleMania 31. If history has anything to tell us, that could just be a little hint to what to expect at Survivor Series.
On that night five years ago, The Phenom defeated Bray Wyatt. However, he has never beaten… him. This Sunday, I don’t believe he is even going to ask for an invitation. This time, The Fiend is going to let himself in during the farewell. Now that Alexa Bliss has joined by his side, he has become even more powerful.
The last person in The Fiend’s way of a complete hostile takeover is The Undertaker. He knows that this could be his last opportunity to vanquish The Deadman once and for all. If Undertaker retires with his legacy in tack, he will never be satisfied.
The Undertaker has said that in his opinion, he is officially retired from wrestling. However, he has noted that you never say never in the WWE and he still works for one man. If The Undertaker has one more match or just one more appearance left in him, he may be finally ready to pass that infamous torch.
If there is any character in WWE that is deserving of taking the torch from The Undertaker, it is “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt. Bray Wyatt is no stranger to The Undertaker facing him at WrestleMania 31, as mentioned earlier. On that night, Bray fell victim to The Undertaker where he shines the most. However, that was a whole different Bray Wyatt than the man we know today.
Since becoming The Fiend and wreaking havoc on the WWE roster, Wyatt and The Undertaker haven’t crossed paths. The same can’t be said for Undertaker’s brother, Kane, who was victimized by The Fiend in September of last year. Now, it may be the older brother’s turn to meet The Fiend in person.
The Undertaker will be surrounded by his friends of Bone Street Krew, one of the toughest backstage groups in the history of WWE. A group that will be pushed to fight in a WWE ring for the first time as an actual group. While in their prime, no “kliq” dared to try and mess with these tough dudes. Now that they are an older group of guys, they would best run from The Fiend than dare stand to fight.
Although knowing the tough individuals that make up this group, we know better than them stepping down from a fight. This would be one of the biggest feats for The Fiend if he succeeds in not only taking out The Undertaker but his entire inner circle well at it. Knowing the WWE, no planned event ever goes down without an issue.
At the end of the day, this is the wrestling business and that is what these men love to do. I expect The Undertaker to go to blows one final time in a WWE ring this Sunday. Unfortunately for The Deadman, he may go down on his back like many legends in history. While the legend of The Undertaker comes to a close, the legend of The Fiend is still only growing. With that being said, there is only one thing left to say… Survivor Series, let him in.