WWE News: The Undertaker to Return at Madison Square Garden
The Undertaker is coming back at the Madison Square Garden arena. This summer will witness the rise of the Deadman yet again.
WWE will return to the world’s most famous arena on July 7th. One of the billboards of the show has already given updates about this dramatic appearance. Now WWE has confirmed this officially.
A report from WWE.com announced The Undertaker would perform at the Madison Square Garden show. It is going to be a live event from the WWE Raw brand in the first week of July.
It is the third appearance of the icon in this year. The Undertaker appeared at Wrestlemania 34 to squash John Cena under three minutes. Later Rusev entered the fearful Casket courtesy of him.
— MSG (@TheGarden) June 4, 2018
It happened at the Greatest Royal Rumble event where The Undertaker looked in great shape. It already fuelled up the rumours that we will see more of him in the upcoming months. The below-mentioned announcement from WWE’s official website confirmed the same,
“There will be a chill in the air in New York City on Saturday, July 7, when The Undertaker competes in Madison Square Garden as part of the WWE Live SummerSlam Heatwave Tour. This will mark The Deadman’s first appearance in The World’s Most Famous Arena in eight years.”
The Phenome is coming back to the iconic arena after eight long years. The last time the Undertaker competed here was on September 25th in 2010. It happened during a feud against his brother Kane. Kane defeated him in a New York Street Fight for the World Heavyweight Championship. Undertaker put over his brother at that point with three consecutive PPV losses.
The Undertaker had some memorable outings at the Madison Square Garden Arena. It included a spectacular bout against Mankind at Survivor Series in 1996. He also competed in a WWE Championship match against Stone Cold Steve Austin at SummerSlam in 1998.
A rivalry with his brother reinitiated back in 2004 when Undertaker and Kane featured in a match in Wrestlemania 20 in the same arena. MSG also hosted a huge three-way tag team match. John Cena teamed up with The Undertaker against D-Generation X and Jeri-show in 2008.
Undertaker has undergone hip surgery to get back in shape better than ever. He is likely to appear in more such matches due to this. The biggest event of the summer is approaching. We can certainly expect him to feature in it in August.
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