The edition of the Survivor Series which will air on November 22nd from the ThunderDome set up in the Amway Center in Orlando will be a truly historic event (probably more than any other edition in the past), as it will see the last Greetings from WWE to The Undertaker exactly 30 years after his 1990 debut in the McMahon company rings, in the same Pay-Per-View, which in three decades has never changed.
To give the announcement of the so-called "Final Farewell", it was obviously the WWE, which in the last episodes of the TV tapings and in the edition of Hell in a Cell a few weeks ago, confirmed how the Deadman will go to greet with this officially segments his audience, his colleagues and all the various insiders.
Like a bolt from the blue, in the last few hours a statement has also arrived from the Super Luchas website, which is said to have confirmed how to go to greet the Deadman in the Survivor Series rings, there will also be the former Superstar of the McMahon company, Savio Vega, also known in the WWE rings as Kwang, who after over 20 years of friendship with Undertaker, will return for the special occasion of the Deadman's retirement in his old company.
Savio Vega returning to WWE for The Undertaker's farewell
The Undertaker and Savio Vega didn't have an on-screen connection per se, but the two of them were very good friends behind the scenes. Vega was a part of The Phenom's Bone Street Krew.
FYI, that's what the BSK tattoo on Undertaker's stomach stands for. It was a group similar to The Kliq made up of Undertaker, Vega, The Godfather, Henry Godwin, Phineas Godwin, Paul Bearer, Yokozuna, Crush, and Mr. Fuji.
IWA Puerto Rico announced that former WWE Superstar Savio Vega will be attending the Survivor Series pay-per-view on November 22 for Taker's "Final Farewell" segment. "Kwang / Savio Vega will be back in WWE, this time to be present during the retirement of his great friend and brother The Undertaker, who culminates a successful career exactly 30 years after his first appearance at Survivor Series 1990," the translated announcement from IWA reads.
Vega, who has worked as an in-ring talent and a producer for MLW in recent years, was one of Taker's closest friends from WWE, and was a member of the infamous "Bone Street Krew" locker room group. There's no word yet on what WWE has planned for some of Taker's friends and the "Final Farewell" or if they are just attending backstage as guests.