The Undertaker doubles up: on the occasion of the WWE trip to Cardiff, Wales, to play Clash At The Castle, the beloved Hall of Famer who entered the history of wrestling as Deadman, American Badass and then again in the role of the Gravedigger, will hold not one but two exclusive events in Europe.
Scream-worthy news for his fans, given that the Phenom had never attended similar events in the Old Continent and now it will instead do two in a very short period of time. The announcement was obviously the WWE, which confirmed it in a post on Twitter.
"SECOND SHOW ADDED" reads the official account of the Stamford-based company. "Due to unprecedented demand, a second Undertaker 1 DeadMAN SHOW was added at 2:30 pm on Friday 2 September at New Theater Cardiff in Cardiff, Wales, ahead of WWE Clash at the Castle!" This is the WWE post, which also attaches some more important details (starting from the link through which to find the tickets) on the event that will allow some lucky European fans to see Undertaker up close as it was rarely possible at a distance from our house so small.
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As you have already read on our website, The Undertaker was already scheduled to perform before the Premium Live Event on British soil, but with the first sold out, WWE felt it was necessary to organize a second one.
Both events will take place just one day before WWE's first paid stadium show in the UK (and, consequently, in Europe) over 30 years after the last such event, which remains WWF SummerSlam of 1992. The occasion appears more unique than rare for the Undertaker fans of our continent.
In fact, those present will be able to listen to the Phenom in an intimate setting while sharing stories and experiences of his illustrious career. Undertaker's DeadMAN SHOW made its debut over the WWE SummerSlam weekend about a month ago, and proved to be a hit with those who had tickets.
But now it's up to European fans to take advantage of the opportunity to experience the event. WWE is pushing Clash At The Castle as a major PLE of recent times, hosting many wrestling-related events on the same weekend.
It was also announced in recent days that a WWE Superstore will be created in Cardiff for fans to purchase merchandise. WWE recently made more seats available at Principality Stadium than tickets originally went on sale. Five matches have currently been announced for the show, including the main event, which will see Drew McIntyre take on Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship.