The Undertaker was the final surprise appearance on the October 10th edition of NXT.
Just when the fans thought they had seen it all on the Tuesday night broadcast, the American Badass rode down to the ring on his iconic motorcycle to confront Bron Breakker.
Breakker lost to Carmelo Hayes in the main event but was not happy about it. Spearing Hayes after the bell, Breakker grabbed the microphone and declared that there was only one badass in all of WWE. The lights would go out and the bell tolled, causing the fans to erupt as they knew what was about to happen. The Hall of Famer then made his entrance and confronted the former NXT Champion.
Breakker stood up to the “old timer” by once again repeating that there was only one badass around here. Taker grabbed the microphone and admitted that one day Breakker would be a special talent, but not yet. The Phenom then dropped the microphone and hit Breakker with a huge chokeslam to stand tall at the end of the show.
The Undertaker Rumours Were True
WWE were determined to make the October 10th episode of NXT one of the most watched episodes in the history of the brand. From the October 3rd episode that saw the announcements of John Cena, Cody Rhodes and Paul Heyman the hits juts kept on coming.
A few days before the show was due to air, reports came to light that The Undertaker would be in the area on October 10th to visit the Performance Center. With speculation increasing on a rare appearance, this was virtually confirmed when his signature bell toll was heard in the advertising videos for NXT at Fastlane and on Raw.
The Deadman last appeared on WWE TV on the RAW XXX anniversary show back in January.