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Fans Joke About Undertaker’s Reunion With Stephanie McMahon At Survivor Series 2022

The Undertaker Retirement Survivor Series 2020

• Fans Joke About Undertaker’s Reunion With Stephanie McMahon At Survivor Series 2022

WWE Hall Of Famer The Undertaker was backstage at last night’s Survivor Series 2022 in Boston.

He reunited with co-WWE CEO Stephanie McMahon backstage. Below is what The Deadman posted:

“Always great to see my friend @StephMcMahon! Congratulations to all involved on #SurvivorSeries #WarGames, really enjoyed it!”

Anyone that watched the WWF during the Attitude Era knows that this post would’ve received funny comments from fans due that Ministry Of Darkness storyline where Undertaker abducted Stephanie and tried to marry her.

You can watch it below:

You can check out some of the comments from fans below:

“You didn’t abduct her this time…”

“Hey Steph, remember that time I put you on a cross and was going to marry you? Crazy times!”


“Remember Ministry Undertaker was the limo driver and Stephanie scream to death?”

“Wow remember when you tried to sacrifice her lol good times😂”

“Great to see The Undertaker and Stephanie McMahon’s relationship has improved since the Attitude Era 😆.”

“You know he’s thinking of the time he was going to crucify her and Steve Austin came and save the day.”

Also Read: Triple H Quietly Brings Former Champion Back To WWE After Controversy

WATCH: Sara (Undertaker’s Ex-Wife) In A Bikini – Part 1:

• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (November 27, 1986) – NWA Starrcade 1986: The Skywalkers

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on November 27, 1986, Jim Crockett Promotions aired ‘NWA Starrcade 1986: The Skywalkers’ LIVE on closed-circuit television from the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina, and The Omni in Atlanta, Georgia.

This was the 4th out of 18 annual ‘Starrcade’ events that aired between 1983 and 2000.

The first 5 Starrcades (1983-1987) were promoted by Jim Crockett Promotions, while Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling (who bought JCP in 1988) promoted all the ones that followed (1988-2000).

According to several reports, Magnum T.A. was already booked to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship from Ric Flair that night, but unfortunately had to end his career after a car accident a month before the show.

As a result, he was replaced with Nikita Koloff in the main event.

Most Professional Wrestling historians agree that had it not been for Magnum’s accident, he could have quite possibly become the NWA version of Hulk Hogan. Just imagine, JCP not being forced to sell to Turner… Oh well, a man can still dream about a “What If” scenario, right?

The results are here:

Tim Horner & Nelson Royal def. Rocky & Don Kernodle

Brad Armstrong vs Jimmy Garvin ended in a draw

Hector Guerrero & Baron von Raschke def. Shaska Whatley & The Barbarian

No DQ – NWA United States Tag Team Championship: Krusher Khruschev and Ivan Koloff (c) def. Bobby Jaggers and Dutch Mantell

Indian Strap: Wahoo McDaniel def. Rick Rude

NWA Central States Heavyweight Championship: Sam Houston (c) def. Bill Dundee by DQ

Hair versus Hair match: Jimmy Valiant def. Paul Jones

Street Fight: Big Bubba Rogers def. Ron Garvin

First Blood – NWA World Television Championship: Tully Blanchard def. Dusty Rhodes (c)

Skywalkers match: The Road Warriors def. The Midnight Express

Steel Cage – NWA World Tag Team Championship: The Rock ‘n’ Roll Express (c) def. The Anderson Brothers

NWA World Heavyweight Championship: Ric Flair (c) vs Nikita Koloff ended in a double DQ

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