The Undertaker is about to say goodbye to professional wrestling inside the squared circle.
This weekend at Survivor Series, 30 years to the exact date since he debuted, The Deadman will have a ‘final farewell’.
The Undertaker made his WWE debut almost 30 years agoWWE
What’s next for The Undertaker after his farewell? He hasn’t totally ruled out the chances of having another match of two ‘if Vince McMahon needs him’ and he is also locked into a 15 year deal with the company.
That deal will see him well-paid like many other legends and the 55 year old has suggested he would like to become a coach at the Performance Center when it suits his schedule.
Now that he’s not a full-time in-ring performer and he doesn’t need to fully uphold The Undertaker character, The Phenom has announced he’s joining Cameo!
But, it will cost you a pretty penny. Cameo is where you can get your favourite celebrity to create a video for you and you can give them an outline of what you wish them to say.
The Undertaker’s last match was a WrestleMania main event victory over AJ StylesWWE
Typically, these cost a few hundred pounds depending on the celebrity. For instance, Mick Foley, the man Undertaker threw off the Hell in a Cell back in 1998, is only $75.
But, The Undertaker is $1,000! Or £830. Even Ric Flair is half the price at $500.
And if you thought the price would put people off, six people bought cameos in the first two hours the offer went live. He’s the fifth most expensive person on the site with Kaitlyn Jenner the runaway leader, over two times at $2,500.
Strangely enough, Zelina Vega was let go from the company last week for refusing to hand over or stop her third-party activities with Twitch and OnlyFans.
Undertaker will probably take his place in the WWE Hall of Fame at the next available opportunity, but the class of 2020 which featured Batista and the NWO, among others, still need to be enshrined as COVID-19 delayed their induction.
Until then, we’ll have to savour his last scheduled appearance in a ring at Survivor Series and WWE are believed to have rolled out the red carper for the former seven-time world champion and his former backstage gang, the Bone Street Krew, will be present.
You can get a cameo from The Undertaker if anybody has a spare $1,000!
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— Alex McCarthy (@AlexM_talkSPORT) November 19, 2020