WWE has already confirmed that The Undertaker will make an appearance on the Survivor Series. But the approaching 30th anniversary of his Stamford ring debut will also be honored in another WWE-produced show. During the day on Wednesday, WWE confirmed that the Deadman will appear in another program, next week's episode of WWE's The Bump.
It is not the first time of Undertaker to The Bump, a show in which he had already taken part in the past. This time, however, it will be to promote Survivor Series. And, probably, to make a final point on his career.
Update on The Undertaker
Just last week WWE started the actual promotion for the big event, specifying that his appearance at the Survivor Series will be The Undertaker's already dubbed "last goodbye" and has advertised it on a grand scale.
This will be a tribute to the seven-time world champion, who played his debut match in WWE (then still called WWF) in the 1990 Survivor Series. But that's not all, because, in the same year that Undertaker was already celebrated in the serial document "The Last Ride" (it happened last spring), the WWE Network has already started broadcasting "30 Days of The Deadman" on its streaming service.
Another way to celebrate the immortal Gravedigger in "his" 2020, the year that is increasingly presented as the final one for his illustrious career. With a lot of (apparently) final farewell to the Survivor Series.
During the interview, The Undertaker was asked about whether he has anything left to achieve in WWE. The Deadman said that he has achieved more in WWE than he ever dreamt of and said that his goals going forward was to share his expertise and knowledge with the next generation of Superstars: "You know, I don't think so.
I think the legacy is there and obviously, I want that legacy to not be tarnished and that was part of the reason for finally trying to call it a day. It becomes more and more of a physical challenge to go out and perform at a level that people expect when they come to see Undertaker.
My career, I've more than exceeded all my own personal goals and never would I have imagined having a 30-year non-stop career with WWE. I mean, in our world that just doesn't happen that often, to stay in one place for that long and I'm very proud of that fact that once I got to the WWE, I never left and all my dreams, all my goals, I've reached and now it's time to make new ones.
New goals and then to pay all my experiences and my knowledge in this business and to try and pay it forward to the guys that are coming up behind me. I think that's kind of where my next goals are oriented towards... the next generations of sports entertainers."