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WWE Crown Jewel 2018 Flashback: Huge Salary Revealed For Lesnar, HBK And Undertaker

Almost 2 Years ago, WWE hosted the inaugural WWE Crown Jewel pay-per-view event in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. This event was part of their huge deal with the sports authority of the country where they’re bound to host at least two PPVs, a year in the country. The significance of such events is that WWE and its superstars draw insane salaries to perform in such nights.

According to The Dirty Sheets, Saudi Arabia officials paid WWE $60 million for Crown Jewel 2018. WrestleMania shows don’t even come close to these numbers and you must not be wondering why the company is so much willing to go back to Saudi, as early as possible. However, this coronavirus pandemic has made things uncertain for any future events in the middle-east country.

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WWE Crown Jewel 2018 Flashback: Huge Salary Revealed For Lesnar, HBK And Undertaker

Coming back to Crown Jewel 2018, out of this $60 million, WWE spent $40 million to just put up the show which was no less than a grandeur. The rest of $20 million was for other expenses (which included pay for talent) and revenue generation. With so much money being spent, the top 3 draws for the show got paid incredible salaries for performing in just one show,

– Shawn Michaels: $3 Million

– Brock Lesnar: $3 Million

– The Undertaker: $2 Million

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Two time WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels came out of retirement to compete in a tag team match at Crown Jewel 2018 edition. He teamed with Triple H to take on The Brothers of Destruction – The Undertaker and Kane in the main event match. Brock Lesnar defeated Braun Strowman on that night to win the vacant Universal Championship.

Roman Reigns was originally scheduled to defend the Universal Championship against Brock Lesnar and Braun Strowman in a Triple Threat at Crown Jewel but he went on a hiatus before the PPV due to leukemia diagnosis which led to a vacated belt.

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D-Generation X vs The Brothers of Destruction was the billed main event of the show that appeared to be completely disastrous. Triple H ended up breaking his hand in the process while Kane lost his mask twice during the match as the competitors looked out of form. Speaking with Busted Open Radio, veteran Chris Jericho mentioned how Crown Jewel had to be the worst PPV show, ever to be produced by WWE,

“That’s exciting to me, but I never wanted to just…okay, well, the worst match I ever saw was Saudi Arabia, Triple H and Shawn Michaels vs. Kane and Undertaker. That was such a stupid idea in the booking. It never should have happened. It should have been Shawn & Hunter vs. Roman & Seth and Taker & Kane vs. I don’t know – give me two names of guys – Cesaro & Kevin Owens, whatever you want.”

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Will The Undertaker Appear At WWE Survivor Series 2020?

Survivor Series 2020 edition is scheduled for November which is said to be built around The Undertaker. WWE’s last pay-per-view took place on October 25th in the form of Hell In A Cell event as the anticipation is already high for the final Big-Four PPV event of this year. It will indeed be very special in terms of hypes.

To be exact, Survivor Series 2020 will take place on November 22th where The Undertaker’s 30th-anniversary celebration will be a huge part of the show, according to Wrestle Votes. Rumors about the same were already there about the same, earlier this year. But there’s uncertainty about his presence due to the retirement at WrestleMania 36, following the Boneyard Match against AJ Styles.

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However, now it seems that WWE might be planning the whole event around the Deadman. The interesting part is that there are no plans available for him to compete on the show, so far. So we can only assume that The Undertaker will be present in a special capacity on that night and perhaps the Raw and SmackDown episodes, leading up to the night.

“The upcoming 11/22 Survivor Series PPV will be built around the 30th Anniversary of The Undertaker, including him making a live appearance on the show.

A source states as of now, The Undertaker will not be wrestling at the event.”

WWE’s 30 Days Of The Deadman is also coinciding with the theme of Survivor Series 2020. This is the same show where the legendary wrestling athlete made his debut in 1990. Due to this, WWE celebrated the 25th anniversary of The Undertaker, five years ago on the same show. Reports also indicate that the Phenome is the particular reason why the company might leave the brand vs brand war, this time around.

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The Undertaker finally pulled a full-stop on his storied career through The Last Ride docuseries, which covered the final three years of his in-ring career. But The Boss Vince McMahon did not want the fans to think that he’s done for good. This is why Vince insisted on adding the “Never Say Never” phrase,

“I had to send the last 15 minutes of the final episode [The Revelation] to the Chairman [for approval],” The Undertaker told Barstool Sports in a recent interview. “Needless to say, he did not like the ending. That’s why we had to put the “Never Say Never” line back in there, just to leave the door open.”

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The Undertaker Salary: Know How Much The WWE Legend Earns

The Undertaker salary is assumed to be pretty high considering he’s the benchmark when it comes to the professional wrestling business. He’s not only competing on behalf of the WWE for the past three decades but most importantly, he’s the most trusted shoulder that Vince McMahon could’ve ever asked for.

Even today, when The Boss needs to pop up ratings on WWE TV, the easiest way is to make a call to The Deadman and hit that gong in an arena as fans go nuts about it. The craze of this scene remains the same even today, after so many years. So McMahon doesn’t have reasons not to load The Undertaker salary account with a huge amount of bucks.

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As per the reports of paywizard.org, The Undertaker salary, per annum is $2,000,000.00. This is an amount despite him not being a regular WWE Superstar for almost the past decade. Per month, the Phenome draws $166,666.67 while the amount is $38,461.54, on weekly basis. The daily amount is $7,692.31 which is pretty big for a part-timer.

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It should be noted that he kept his kayfabe character intact for a long time until the last feud with AJ Styles during WrestleMania 36 where he appeared to be Mark Calaway.

This is the reason why he couldn’t be part of WWE’s usual promotional activities, mostly. Or else, The Undertaker salary could’ve been far bigger. However, WWE has allowed him to do some fan-meets in the recent past.

Alongside this, The Undertaker salary account receives a huge amount through the royalty paychecks from WWE. The company does sell a huge lot of merchandise around the greatest sports entertainer of all-time who has fans all across the globe and among all ages.

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Moving forward, the American Badass persona of Taker will be projected more on TV rather than the Deadman character. This is what he has to say about his future in an interview with Barstool Sports,

“It was fun, at that point I hadn’t made the decision of whether I was gonna work or what I was going to do post this. It really felt good and I was like thinking to myself ‘I gotta run here if I want it’ and it was cool. We were out as they were setting up, doing the lighting and everything, I was taking that bike up and down the road. People in the neighborhood, their lights were coming on and I was like, this is fun, it was. Regardless of what I do on camera moving forward, I’m sure that’s the persona that I will continue to move forward.”

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The Undertaker Confirms WWE TV Return As The Big Evil

Fans must be happy to know that they haven’t yet seen the last of The Undertaker when it comes to in-ring competitions. Following The Last Ride documentary on the WWE Network, he commented to be happy with his career on the way it ended against a Phenomenal performer like AJ Styles. This was apparently the comment fuelled up his retirement rumors.

Notably, WWE has never confirmed the end of The Undertaker’s career, ever. They had just posted #ThankYouTaker for whatever he’s done for the company for the past three decades. Vince McMahon made the most famous character in sports entertainment with him and he wants to bring it back when he feels like.

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As reported earlier, The Undertaker noted how he could come back from the WWE Chairman needs him in the future. It is certain that he’d call him, someday considering how he didn’t like the finish of the Last Ride docuseries. So, there’s something bigger he must be planning for him. But the important part is that The Deadman persona won’t be on TV, anymore.

The Undertaker was responding to some IGN comments during a recent interview segment. A fan, made the following comment mentioning how he loved the American Badass gimmick,

“My favorite version of Taker is Big Evil. Just a kick-ass big guy. That’s all that is needed. bring back Big Evil.”

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The Undertaker responded saying that the Big Evil was brought back as an experiment for the match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. It clicked as people loved the match and seemed excited to see the American Badass on TV after almost 15 years. But that wasn’t the last time, he was seen, either.

“Well, we kind of brought back a version of Big Evil for AJ Styles in the Boneyard [match]. I think that iteration of the character kind of brought all the 30 years together – it’s the American Badass, Big Evil…all grown up into one. Yeah, so that’s kind of where we’re at.

I think that’s where we’ll move forward when I do make appearances on TV.”

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As you can see, The Undertaker sounded pretty confident about coming back to TV wiping out the chances of a retirement. At least, one last WrestleMania match is perhaps left inside him that Vince would live to churn out when the time seems right. But it would only happen when the fans will be back on WWE shows.

During the conversation, The Undertaker was also asked about a Dream Match against Sting when he stated the following,

“You know, I get that a lot. Sting stayed down in WCW for so long and then you know, he went somewhere else, and that window kind of closed and I know he kind of showed up at the end. The way people see that it looks much better on paper than it actually would’ve been. It’s one of those matches that people will talk about forever.”

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The Undertaker Hints To Return In WWE For One More Match

The Undertaker is said to be retired from in-ring competition although WWE has never admitted, openly. It was Mark Calaway himself who expressed his happiness after featuring in a match against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. He’d have no regret if not stepping into the ring, ever again after that Boneyard Match.

This was the statement released by The Undertaker by the end of The Last Ride documentation on the WWE Network, earlier this year. This was the way that WWE opted to end that docuseries on Taker’s life, calling it a curtain on his illustrious career. But that doesn’t mean that his career has really come to an end.

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The Undertaker has previously noted how he would be open to doing one more match if Vince McMahon wants and that could be the case at next WrestleMania.

While speaking on My Mom’s Basement podcast, The Deadman discussed the ending of his WWE Network docuseries ‘The Last Ride’. He revealed that the WWE Chairman hasn’t liked how it ended. So it could be a matter of time that he comes up with a new plan to rewrite things.

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Thus, The Undertaker teased the fact that Vince may be planning to do something for him at next year’s WrestleMania.

“It was in my thought process. I have a whole group of people who are like, ‘You can go out and do this, people will go crazy.’ On the inside, I’m thinking, ‘I don’t move the way I used to move, it’s a watered down version.’

I also love this business so much and love performing. It’s almost like I needed somebody to put the bullet in there and stop. Once we started rolling with this, it was in the back of my mind, ‘I can get to a point where this will solidify it and I won’t have a choice.’

Originally, that’s where I was at until I had to send the last 15 minutes to the Chairman [Vince McMahon]. He didn’t like the ending at all. That’s where we put the line back in there, ‘never say never.’ I’m coming to grips with it. Obviously, as we get close to [WrestleMania], I’ll have that internal feeling like I should be getting ready for something.”

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Things like this around The Undertaker’s retirement happened earlier where the WWE CEO sketched different plans. He doesn’t want the greatest sports entertainer of all-time to walk into the sunset in just normal fashion. Originally, the WrestleMania loss in 2014 against Brock Lesnar was supposed to mark the end for him but that wasn’t the case as Taker suffered a concussion.

He forgot what down during the match and thus wanted to do one more match. Then the loss against Roman Reigns could’ve marked the end but again The Undertaker wasn’t happy with his performance. He was dealing with a hip injury who required surgery to fix the issues. Hopefully, the legendary wrestler gets a fitting goodbye that he deserves, living up to the hypes after all these years of speculation.

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Michelle McCool: 2020 Career And Personal Life Details Of First WWE Divas Champion

Being a professional wrestler herself and the better-half of a legendary WWE Superstar isn’t easy but Michelle McCool is a trendsetter, overcoming these two odds. A veteran from the female roster who used to have her own league is often referred to as The Undertaker’s spouse to which she had a problem.

In fact, at one point, this secondary identity of her forced to quit WWE and thereby what she always loved. This was quite a bittersweet thing for Michelle McCool as she was a multi-time champion in the female locker room whereas growing a family with the wrestling icon was also in her mind. She apparently excelled in both as we’d now have a look at the key moments from her professional and personal life.

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– Michelle Leigh Calaway aka Michelle McCool was born on January 25, 1980, at Palatka, Florida. Both her parents were associated with work in education. Her mother, Jenny is a teacher and her father, Terry, is a superintendent.

– From childhood, she has a great nag in wrestling whereas her brother played football at the University of Cincinnati. She was able to learn Ric Flair’s pendant submission move Figure Four Leglock at the age of just seven.

– During high school days, Michelle McCool played softball, basketball, and volleyball. She also played first base at Pasco-Hernando State College. She later received her Master’s degree in Educational leadership from Florida State University was then appointed as a teacher for seventh-grade science for four years in her hometown of Palatka, Florida. She also competed in National Physique Committee fitness contests while teaching gymnastics and kickboxing, and working as a personal trainer.

– Michelle McCool arrived at the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as a participant in the 2004 WWE Diva Search where she lost to Christy Hemme. Even though she was eliminated, WWE signed her to a three-year deal in November.

– WWE quickly started using her of TV in a fitness trainer’s role. She wrestled in her first SmackDown match, teaming with The Big Show to defeat Dawn Marie and René Duprée on March 3, 2005, episode. McCool made her singles debut match on March 24, which ended in a losing effort to Marie.

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– Her career witnessed a halt as WWE sent her to WWE’s developmental facility, Deep South Wrestling (DSW), where she was groomed up for the mainstay league. During this time, she was hospitalized after having an allergic reaction to prescribed medication and was temporarily sidelined. Later, she resumed training in WWE’s other developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). She managed the duo of Amish Roadkill and K.C. James, there.

– Michelle McCool returned to SmackDown on June 2, 2006, playing a heel role by donning a “sexy teacher” gimmick that came out through her real-life experiences as a teacher.

– She won her first singles match on TV during the July 28 episode of SmackDown by defeating Jillian Hall by illegally using the ropes as leverage.

– On November 28, McCool was hospitalized with an enlarged kidney, a broken sternum, and an electrolyte imbalance. She was released from the hospital on December 2 and returned on TV on the March 30, 2007, episode of SmackDown, by participating in a 10-Diva tag team match.

– As a babyface, Michelle McCool was then repackaged as “The All-American Diva”, where she began accompanying her on-screen friend Chuck Palumbo during matches against Jamie Noble. A few weeks later, she had a series of matches against Victoria, Eve Torres, Maryse, and Cherry to become SmackDown’s Top Diva.

– On July 4, 2008, episode of SmackDown, she won a Golden Dreams match to face Natalya for the WWE Divas Championship at The Great American Bash, on July 20, where she defeated Natalya to become the inaugural WWE Divas Champion.

– On the December 26 episode of SmackDown, Michelle McCool lost the Divas Championship to Maryse. She turned heel after the match by attacking Maria, the special guest referee of the match, who was blamed for the loss.


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– McCool defeated Gail Kim on May 22, 2009, SmackDown to become the number one contender for the WWE Women’s Championship. At The Bash, McCool defeated Melina via distraction from Alicia Fox to win her first Women’s Championship. Thus, she became the first Diva to have captured both the WWE Divas and Women’s championships.

– Michelle McCool then allied with Layla to form LayCool as the duo go on to dominate the female division. She lost the Women’s Championship to Mickie James at the Royal Rumble but then regained it on February 26, 2010, episode of SmackDown as the special guest referee Vickie Guerrero interfered helping her to become a two-time Women’s Champion.

– On the May 14 episode of SmackDown, LayCool faced Beth Phoenix in a Women’s Championship two-on-one handicap match, where Layla pinned Phoenix to win the championship. After this, McCool and Layla cut the Women’s Championship in half and unofficially declares themselves to be the “co-champions”.

– At Night of Champions, Michelle McCool defeated Melina to unify the WWE Women’s Championship with the WWE Divas Championship, becoming the first WWE Unified Divas Champion. Both the LayCool members carried their own separate championship belts.

– At Survivor Series on November 21, McCool lost the Divas Championship as Natalya defeated McCool and Layla in a two-on-one handicap match.

– On April 8, episode of SmackDown difference of opinion was spotted between McCool and Layla after they were defeated by Beth Phoenix and Kelly Kelly. On April 29 SmackDown, Layla challenged McCool to a no disqualification and no count-out match at Extreme Rules. McCool accepted adding the Loser Leaves WWE stipulation. At Extreme Rules, McCool lost to Layla that marked the end of her WWE career.

– On January 22, 2018 episode of Raw that was also the show’s 25th anniversary, WWE honoured Michelle McCool for being a legendary Diva in WWE history. She was a surprise entrant in the inaugural women’s Royal Rumble match at the 2018 Royal Rumble. Later that year in October, she also competed in the all women’s pay-per-view, WWE Evolution, by participating in a battle royal.

– Apart from WWE TV, on November 5, 2007, Michelle McCool appeared on six episodes of Family Feud with several other WWE wrestlers and Divas. She also appeared on February 6, 2008, episode of Project Runway with Maria Kanellis, Candice Michelle, Torrie Wilson, Kristal Marshall, and Layla.

– On June 3, 2008, she appeared on The Best Damn Sports Show Period with John Cena and in the January 2009 edition of Muscle & Fitness, along with Eve Torres and Maryse. Plus, she also appeared on a special WWE edition of Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader. She has been part of WWE games namely SmackDown vs. Raw 2006, SmackDown vs. Raw 2008, SmackDown vs. Raw 2009, SmackDown vs. Raw 2010, SmackDown vs. Raw 2011[65], and WWE ’12.

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– Pro Wrestling Illustrated named Michelle McCool Woman of the Year (2010) whereas also ranked her No. 1 of the top 50 female wrestlers in the PWI Female 50 in 2010. She won 2 Slammy Awards –
Diva of the Year (2010) and Knucklehead Moment of the Year (2010) for losing to Mae Young at Old School Raw with Layla

– Michelle McCool was married to Jeremy Louis Alexander, whom she began dating in high school. The couple got divorced in 2006 as she married fellow wrestler Mark Calaway aka The Undertaker, on June 26, 2010, in Houston, Texas. Their first child together, a daughter, was born in August 2012.

– Being a devout Christian, she incorporated Christian crosses on her wrestling attire. McCool reportedly had two broken ribs, a broken sternum, and a broken xiphoid process. While announcing retirement, she had been injured for two months prior with a broken toe, torn joint capsules, and a torn MCL.

– In 2016 Michelle McCool was diagnosed with skin cancer, who then underwent successful treatment. In April 2019, she publicly revealed having struggles with infertility and had suffered several miscarriages due to this.

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Jodi Lynn Calaway: Lesser Known Facts About WWE Legend The Undertaker’s Wife

Jodi Lynn Calaway might sound unfamiliar to the professional wrestling world but it should raise interest in you as soon as you hear that she is related to The Undertaker. The legendary superstar is often considered to be the greatest sports entertainer of all-time. But when it comes to marriages, he is not that skilful.


As a matter of fact, The Undertaker is one of those very few pro-wrestling athletes who had undergone marriages for three occasions or more. Starting from Jodi Lynn Calaway, he moved on to two more spouses. While the last two of his partners have their own identities, Jodi had less recognition. But this woman spent more than a decade in the Undertaker’s life when he used to be just an ordinary wrestler.


Known with his real name of Mark Calaway, Jodi Lynn Calaway was the first love of his life. Not much is known about the early life of Jodi, but she eventually got married to The Undertaker in the late 80s and had also seen him grow in the world of WWE, then known as WWF aka World Wrestling Federation.

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– The Undertaker met her in the early 80s and the duo started dating. They decided to tie the knot at an early age. Taker was just 24 when she got married for the first time with Jodi in 1989.

– Calaway started his career under the WCCW banner in the 80s before moving to the WCW promotion. Then he signed with the Vince McMahon owned WWF brand. It was McMahon who came up with The Undertaker gimmick which was debuted at Survivor Series 1990. During this transformation phase from ‘Mean Mark’ Callous to The Deadman, Jodi Lynn Calaway was by his side.

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– The couple never decided to bring their lives to the public but rather enjoyed a private life. They were together for ten long years before the relationship cracked.

– In 1999, Jodi Lynn Calaway decided to get separated from Mark. On June 15th of that year, she got legally divorced from the cornerstone figure in the world of pro-wrestling.

– The Undertaker and Jodi Lynn Calaway have a son from the marriage. He was born in 1993 and thus he is now 27 years old who is over with graduation from college.

– Unlike the next two wives of The Undertaker, Jodi Lynn Calaway has never made on-screen appearances nor did she had a connection with the pro-wrestling circuit. Mark has never been seen making a public appearance with her first wife since he was protective of The Undertaker gimmick, anyway.

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Following the separation, The Undertaker married his second wife, Sara Frank, in 2000. The very next year, Sara made televised appearances with the WWE (then known as the WWF) as part of a feud between Taker and Diamond Dallas Page. During the angle, she was acknowledged as Calaway’s wife. They had two daughters together, Chasey and Gracie Calaway. The marriage was intact until 2007 as the two got divorced.


In 2010, The Undertaker married former wrestler and WWE Divas Champion Michelle McCool. They have a daughter child named Kaia Faith Calaway who was born in 2012.

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People often think that the BSK tattoo of The Undertaker might have some connection with Jodi Lynn Calaway since he also inked Sara’s name. But that’s not the case. In the 1990s, Mark started a “posse” called the Bone Street Krew comprising of fellow wrestlers Yokozuna, Savio Vega, Charles Wright, The Godwinns, and Rikishi. Each member had the initials “BSK” (Bone Street Krew) tattooed onto themselves. The Undertaker’s tattoo can be seen prominently shown across his stomach.

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AJ Styles Still Wants To Wrestle The Undertaker In Front Of WWE Fans

Going by the final episode of Undertaker: The Last Ride documentary series, The Undertaker is said to have wrestled his last match.

Since WWE has never admitted it, openly, there’re still some chances that he could be back inside the squared circle. If he decides to have another go inside that pro-wrestling ring, his final opponent AJ Styles will be waiting for him in a typical environment.

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The Undertaker did receive one last match against the Phenomenal One, AJ Styles, as per his wish. But it didn’t happen inside that WWE ring.

They instead fought in a unique Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36 in an abandoned house. Thus, the thinking was WWE would be preparing another match for them. Then the finale of the Last Ride docuseries declaring that he’s okay if that Boneyard Match would have been the last.


But AJ Styles is not satisfied with that experience as he wants to fight the Phenome, one more time, this time with an arena filled with audience. ViBe & Wrestling recently spoke to the former WWE Champion where he expressed the unfulfilled desire to work with The Undertaker again in front of the fans.

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He would love to push his own body to the limit while wrestling the greatest sports entertainer of all-time. AJ Styles also mentioned how much Taker loves this business as he himself does.

The current Intercontinental Champion then mentioned how the Boneyard Match provided some unique opportunities for them that made the whole encounter an instant classic. However, wrestling amid the audience is a whole different experience.


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“If that means that he returns to a ring and we face in front of thousands of people, I would not hesitate for a moment. but will it happen? Would he be able to accept it? Probably not. If he decided that his career is over, I respect it. He has already done everything he had to do and has said, ‘That’s it, I have had enough’, and believe me, I know what it is like.”


The Undertaker has always mentioned how he would love to be back in the WWE, again if and when the company aka Vince McMahon needs him. So we can’t really wipe out the opportunity to see these two lock horns yet again. Names like CM Punk and Big E do think that The Deadman will rise again and who knows if he’d step foot in the ring to wrestle AJ Styles again.


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WWE Legend The Undertaker Opens Account On TikTok

The Undertaker has previously shed the in-ring character he possesses ahead of his retirement bringing out more of his Mark Callaway persona. Now he is showing more sides of being a human and not being a Deadman, anymore. He has recently joined popular social media app TikTok. The account can be found at @undertaker on the popular social media platform. He was yet to post any videos as of this writing.


Currently, The Undertaker has 47,700 followers on TikTok which is a video-sharing social media app that was launched in the fall of 2016. Based on China, this app gained immense popularity over the last couple of years. All kinds of people are attracted to it but mainly teenagers have made this infamous. There are reportedly more than 500,000,000 users on the site and most are under the age of 30.

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While a name like The Undertaker joining TikTok, could attract more members from WWE Universe to the platform, the company producing the app is currently dealing with controversy ad reported by wrestlingINC.com,


“The Chinese parent company having authoritarian links to the Chinese government. There are user privacy and national security concerns from several countries, including the United States and England, which has led to the US government considering a ban on the app. Republicans and Democrats in America have both issued memos on the app with the Democratic National Committee warning campaigns to use extra security measures while on the app.”

Recently, India has also banned TikTok and 49 other Chinese apps. They have banned downloading these apps from Playstore and also asked the internet providers not to support connection for these particular apps. In this circumstance, The Undertaker being a member of TikTok is quite significant.

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The Phenome launched a Twitter account in January 2019 whereas he also launched an Instagram account back in May 2018. Making clarifications about his appearances on social media, The Undertaker appeared on The Bill Simmons Podcast back in May of this year and stated the following,


“I got a social media account, it’s probably less than two years, right? You know, the writing was on the wall,” Taker said. “I got more matches behind me than I do in front of me. And, people are saying like, ‘Dude, you need to get yourself out there because your wrestling career is coming to an end. Now, it’s time to cash in on the brand, you know, the stuff that you didn’t do all these years.'”


As of now, The Undertaker is done for with his in-ring career from the WWE as per the updates received during Undertaker- The Last Ride documentary.

He’s contended with the experience he had during the Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36 against AJ Styles and he won’t mind if not stepping into the ring, ever. However, if WWE needs his appearance badly then he’d be in considering how loyal he is to the company.

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Undertaker: The Last Ride Bonus Episode Announced On WWE Network

The final chapter of Undertaker: The Last Ride documentary series had aired on June 21st that came up with breaking news. The series ended with The Undertaker announcing his retirement from in-ring competition. Although it was never affirmed by WWE, we could assume that he won’t be seen in competition inside the squared circle, ever.

But the documentation around his career is yet to be over as WWE Network News has revealed that a bonus episode of “Undertaker: The Last Ride” will be premiering next Sunday, July 19. It has been titled “Undertaker: The Last Ride – Tales From The Deadman” as we expect whether some more announcement is waiting regarding his career.

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This coming Sunday on July 19th, WWE Network will also air The Horror Show at Extreme Rules pay-per-view, 2020 edition following which the exclusive series around the Deadman will be telecasted. It was already noted by WWE that this docuseries is the longest in the history of the company. So no wonder why another installment of the episode is being aired.

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The bygone chapters of The Last Ride documentary are as follow where for the first-time-ever, the greatest sports entertainer of all-time shared backstage moments from his career,

Chapter 1: The Greatest Fear

Chapter 2: The Redemption

Chapter 3: End of an Era

Chapter 4: The Battle Within

Chapter 5: Revelation


Not much information regarding the new edition of “The Last Ride” is available but the WWE Network News noted that a series of videos will come out compromising of stories of The Undertaker that were previously edited out in the original series. Apart from this announcement, WWE also announced that the “The R-Truth Game Show” will be debuting this upcoming Tuesday, July 14.

Undertaker: The Last Ride Bonus Episode Announced On WWE Network 164

Speaking in a recent interview with Sports Illustrated, The Undertaker’s final opponent, AJ Styles gave details on the incredible experience that he had while competing in the Boneyard Match at WrestleMania 36,


“There were definitely some crazy moments. Undertaker had to get stitches after he busted his arm open. That just added to the match, to be honest with you. Just being there and doing that particular match was awesome.
And I don’t know if everyone knows how long it actually took.

We started around eight o’clock, and we didn’t get finished ‘til about 4:30 in the morning. It was basically a movie, so we needed to get cameras in the right spot and walk through some stuff that was going to happen. I have a lot more respect for actors after working on those fight scenes.”

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