After Wrestlemania season is over, it is WWE’s annual tradition to host the European tour. This tour also includes Monday Night Raw and Thursday Night Smackdown and all the major superstars present in the WWE roster. The tour has been named as Wrestlemania revenge tour and is under his way as Raw was hosted this week from London, England and Smackdown too was taped from the same O2 arena in London, England.
WWE’s top stars are putting up their best performances for engaging fans that came across different countries around the Europe. The tour so far had seen a major success except that on a notable event where Bray Wyatt got injured in a match against Roman Reigns and was immediately sent back to the US. He will not be part of the tour now and another major superstar who was being advertised for the European tour will not be a part of it.
Undertaker, who was being advertised for the European tour, is now confirmed not to appear in the tour. It was a back-and-forth go with Undertaker’s presence in the UK since the very beginning. At first, Undertaker was advertised for various live events in the UK. Then, it was cancelled and reported that he will perform only in two shows in the UK including April 19th’s Smackdown taping.
But, now the concrete reports from wrestlingINC.com suggest that the Undertaker has been pulled off from the European tour, entirely. Thus, the rumor mill suggests that he will neither be part of Smackdown nor the New Castle live event. Undertaker, not performing in front of the huge audience of UK, is heart-breaking news for the European fans. Fans expected to see the Phenome one last time performing in the United Kingdom and expressed their disappointment in the social media.
While Undertaker’s absence was confirmed the main events for the New Castle show is fixed where Triple H will battle Dean Ambrose, AJ Styles will square off against Chris Jericho and a triple threat showdown will be held among Ryback, Kalisto, and Alberto del Rio.