WWE’s ‘Survivor Series:’ The Undertaker Lives to Fight Another Day
WWE's annual "Survivor Series" is live this Sunday on the WWE Network and marks 25 years of "The Undertaker." It's hard to believe that so much time has gone by since the phenom made his WWE debut.
I can tell you from firsthand experience that seeing Undertaker's entrance, even at a live event in Yakima, is worth the price of admission. When you add the TV set for a "RAW" or "Smackdown" it's even more impressive, and I haven't seen his entrance with my own eyes at Wrestlemaina, but I can imagine what it would be like! If everything goes according to plan I will be in the crowd at AT&T Stadium in Dallas next year when The Undertaker makes his way to the ring for perhaps the final time. And I'll be glad I made the trek for that alone.
No matter if you're a wrestling fan or not, most people know The Undertaker and when he does decide to retire it will truly be the end of an era in sports entertainment. He had a 21-win streak at Wrestlemaina that will never be matched and was broken by Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemaina 30. I was in shock (like every member of the WWE universe), and WWE just released this video below on their YouTube page: "Where Were You When the Streak Died?"
Don't miss your chance to see the legendary deadman compete in a match vs. The Wyatt Family with his TV brother Kane and a mystery partner this Sunday at the 29th "Survivor Series."