WWE Wrestler Undertaker Celebrates 30th Anniversary On Survivor; Legend Charges A Bomb For His Cameo

WWE wrestler Undertaker has joined a cameo in celebration of his 30th anniversary and Final farewell at Survivor Series. However, fans have to shell out some heavy cash to meet the legend. Read on

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WWE Wrestler Undertaker Celebrates 30th Anniversary On Survivor; Legend Charges A Bomb For His Cameo
The Undertaker is all set for his farewell at Survivor Series on November 22, 2020. While there is no news as to what exactly the plans are for his farewell, there's a definitely good piece of news that is enough to leave you into a frenzy. Well, Undertaker has joined cameo in celebration of his 30th anniversary and Final farewell at Survivor Series. He will be available for 30 limited edition personalised video messages which is a service allowing fans to get personalised greetings from their favourite superstars. Taker will be available to service his fans but just for a limited time and for big bucks. Reportedly, the legend will be charging a whopping $1000, well, now, the fans have to lend out some heavy cash in order to meet the WWE wrestler. 
 
Informing about The Undertaker’s cameo, WWE released an official statement. It reads, “WWE Legend Undertaker has joined Cameo in celebration of his 30th anniversary and Final Farewell at Survivor Series this Sunday, November 22, capping off The Phenom’s legendary 30-year career. Beginning today, Undertaker is available for 30 limited edition personalized video messages which he will fulfil at Survivor Series. Don’t miss out on your chance at a personalized video message from The Deadman”
 
Survivor Series will be streaming live at 7 PM ET / 4 PM PT this Sunday only on WWE Network! In an interview with Sean Evans in Hot Ones, Undertaker thanked his million fans who kept him relevant and dear to their hearts.


He was quoted saying, "I just want people to understand how important it was for me to be The Undertaker and give people that little bit of time to escape the real-world and be able to do it for so many years and that goes back to the fans for keeping me relevant and keeping me near and dear to their hearts. That was never lost on me and means the world to me." ALSO READ: The Undertaker Announces Retirement From WWE; Says ‘I Have No Desire To Get Back In The Ring’


Image source: Instagram/ undertaker
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