The Undertaker will be in Orlando, FL next week and is set to appear at the WWE Performance Center.
WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker may be retired from in-ring competition, but that doesn’t mean his time working with WWE is through.
In fact, according to a new report from PWInsider, the star is set to head to Orlando, FL next week and will be making an appearance at the WWE Performance Center. His time in Florida will include Tuesday, October 10th, when NXT is set to present a stacked card as it goes head to head with AEW Dynamite Title Tuesday. John Cena, Cody Rhodes, and Asuka are all scheduled to appear on the show as well as NXT Women’s Champion Becky Lynch and North American Champion Dominik Mysterio.
The report notes that The Undertaker won’t necessarily appear on NXT, but that his appearance is a possibility if WWE decides to go that route. The star appears at the Performance Center every once in a while to give advice to talent, so that could be the reason for his visit despite the interesting timing.
When Did The Undertaker Last Wrestle In WWE?
The Undertaker’s final match in WWE was an unconventional one. Near the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, WrestleMania 36 was held over two nights inside the Performance Center with zero fans in attendance. However, on night one, The Deadman faced off against AJ Styles in a cinematic Boneyard Match, filmed outdoors.
The two men put on a spectacular feat of entertainment, and in the end, The Deadman triumphed before hanging up his boots for good.