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The Undertaker Reveals Why He Didn’t Appear On SmackDown’s 20th Anniversary

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (October 5, 1997) – WWF In Your House 18: Badd Blood

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on October 5, 1997, the World Wrestling Federation aired ‘WWF In Your House 18: Badd Blood’ LIVE on PPV from the Kiel Center in St. Louis, Missouri.

This pay-per-view featured the first ever ‘Hell in a Cell’ match in professional wrestling history, including the debut of Kane.

Here are the PPV results:

– The Nation of Domination defeated The Legion of Doom

– Max Mini & Nova defeated Mosaic & Tarantula

– WWF Tag Team Championship: The Godwinns defeated The Headbangers (c)

– Vacant WWF Intercontinental Championship: Owen Hart defeated Faarooq

– The Disciples of Apocalypse defeated Los Boricuas

– Flag match: Bret Hart & The British Bulldog defeated The Patriot & Vader

– Hell in a Cell: Shawn Michaels defeated The Undertaker

• The Undertaker Reveals Why He Didn’t Appear On SmackDown’s 20th Anniversary

Despite WWE advertising a lot of legends for last night’s SmackDown’s 20th anniversary show on FOX, The Rock was the only legend that had a proper segment. Other legends just appeared in attendance for the show.

Major names like Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker didn’t even appear in attendance despite being advertised.

A fan posted the following under a recent photo that The Undertaker posted on Instagram:

“@undertaker Shoulda had you on at the end instead of that ending bro…”

The Undertaker replied the following to this fan:

“I was told I wasn’t needed…”

Below is a screenshot of this:

The Undertaker Reveals Why He Didn't Appear On SmackDown's 20th Anniversary On FOX

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