I think they can fill the time. WWE has a lot of resources available and perhaps its most impressive is the WWE Network. The company has such an amazing video library and the kind of production team to present it in some pretty impressive ways. They know how to showcase their wrestlers and make them look excellent, which is what they are going to be doing with one of their most famous names.
There are few starts in the history of wrestling with a career like the Undertaker’s. This November will mark thirty years since the Undertaker debuted in WWE and he has since been one of the few constants in all of the company. Undertaker has been around for a very long time and that means there is quite the history to be told. WWE is going to be doing just that in a major way.
WWE has announced 30 Days Of The Deadman from October 25 – November 22 on the WWE Network. Each Sunday over the month, a different special will air on the WWE Network, with each looking at a different aspect of the Undertaker’s career. Some of these will focus on Undertaker’s wrestling and some will focus on Mark Calaway. Undertaker announced his retirement earlier this year during the Last Ride documentary.
Here is a look at what will be coming:
October 25: WWE Untold: The Phenom and The Legend Killer
November 1: Meeting Mark Calaway
November 8: The Mortician: The Story of Paul Bearer
November 15: Brothers of Destruction
November 22: “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions: The Undertaker
— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) October 16, 2020
This could be great. Check out a trailer for the specials:
Opinion: This is the kind of thing that Undertaker deserves as no one is likely to ever come close to matching his time in WWE. Thirty years is astounding and it is hard to imagine someone being able to accomplish anything close to what he has done. Some of these things could be fascinating and hopefully WWE does them justice. Given the way Undertaker has been treated over the years, I would expect nothing less. Granted, it might be a better sign if the Thirty Days wasn’t taking place over the course of twenty nine days but that’s probably nitpicking.
Which of these sounds the most interesting? Will Undertaker ever wrestle again? Let us know in the comments below.
Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books. Get the latest and greatest in professional wrestling news by signing up for our daily email newsletter. Just look below for “GET EXCLUSIVE UPDATES” to sign up. Thank you for reading!