World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has officially announced a unique series of intimate one-person speaking shows featuring the iconic Undertaker, aptly named the "UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW". Slated to tour around the United Kingdom this summer, these unique events are expected to coincide with the renowned Money in the Bank premium live event in July.
The maiden event is set to kick off at Indigo at The O2 in London on July 1, before the Money in the Bank event. Building up to the momentum, the subsequent show will be held at The Civic at The Halls in Wolverhampton the following day.
Continuing the journey, the third show is scheduled for July 3 at Manchester's esteemed Albert Hall. The tour then culminates at the O2 Academy in Glasgow on July 4. Presale tickets for this much-anticipated series will be made available next Wednesday, with the remaining tickets expected to go on general sale two days after that.
Before its United Kingdom stint, the UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW had already been warmly received in North America, visiting cities such as Nashville, Philadelphia, Boston, San Antonio, Montreal, Las Vegas, and Los Angeles.
Last September marked its successful European debut in Cardiff, Wales, coinciding with WWE's Clash at the Castle premium live event.
Undertaker's Interactive Show Experience
The UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW allows the Undertaker, a revered WWE Hall of Famer who formally retired from the ring in November 2020, to discuss his illustrious career openly.
It offers a unique opportunity for fans to pose questions directly to "The Phenom." Moreover, VIP ticket holders are granted the rare privilege of meeting the Undertaker in person and securing a premium seat at the event.
Simultaneously, WWE is gearing up to present this year's Money in the Bank premium live event on July 1 at The O2 Arena in London. Interestingly, "WWE SmackDown" is also scheduled to take place at the same venue on the eve of the event.
In an unprecedented move, this broadcast will air live during primetime in the United Kingdom, marking a first in the franchise's history.