WWE Announce Show To Take Place In A Prison

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WWE will be holding an event in an Australian prison.

On February 24th, WWE is heading to Perth, Australia for Elimination Chamber 2024. The event will be the first major show to be held Down Under since Super Show-Down in 2018.

2024 will have a major international flavour following the news that the company will also be holding shows in France and Germany, as well as Saudi Arabia.

As part of the celebrations, The Undertaker will be taking his 1deadMAN Show to Fremantle Prison on February 23rd. Tickets go on sale on December 15th.

You can find the full press release from WWE below.

WWE, part of TKO Group Holdings, today announced that tickets for UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW, taking place on Friday, February 23, 2024 from Fremantle Prison in Perth, Western Australia, will be available to purchase from 10 a.m. AWST on Friday, December 15, 2023, at

An exclusive fan pre-sale will begin at 10 a.m. AWST on Thursday, December 14. A limited number of VIP tickets, which includes premier seating and a meet-and-greet with The Undertaker, will also be available.

UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW will feature WWE Legend The Undertaker in an intimate setting, sharing never-before-heard stories from his Hall of Fame career and taking questions from the WWE Universe in attendance. The show has sold out venues in Nashville, Philadelphia, Boston, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, San Antonio and London since debuting.

The show comes only one night ahead of Elimination Chamber: Perth, taking place at Optus Stadium on Saturday, February 24, 2023. Tickets for Elimination Chamber: Perth are available for general purchase at

When Did The Undertaker Last Appear For WWE?

The Deadman last appeared for WWE on the October 10th episode of NXT where he ended the show standing tall with Carmelo Hayes after hitting a Chokeslam on Bron Breakker. While he features sparingly on television these days, the legend often makes promotional appearances.

The Undertaker recently attended the NCAA’s Big 12 Championship football game alongside his wife Michelle McCool, Sheamus, Sheamus, Drew McIntyre, and Jade Cargill.