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BREAKING NEWS: The Undertaker’s WWE TV Return Announced

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The Undertaker’s WWE TV Return Announced

The Undertaker will be making his first appearance on WWE programming since his WrestleMania 33 loss on the 25th anniversary episode of Raw on January 22, 2018.

Below is what WWE posted:

The 25th anniversary of Monday Night Raw will emanate from Barclays Center and Manhattan Center on Jan. 22

“The 25th anniversary of Monday Night Raw will emanate from Barclays Center and Manhattan Center in New York City on Monday, Jan. 22, 2018, and air live on USA Network at 8/7 C. Tickets are available for each event starting this Friday, Nov. 3, through all Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.com or by calling.

Superstars from both Monday Night Raw and SmackDown LIVE will be at Barclays Center, while the event at Manhattan Center, the site of the first episode of Raw, will feature both WWE Superstars competing, plus special appearances by WWE Legends Undertaker, Shawn Michaels and Kevin Nash, among others. VIP packages, including a meet and greet with a WWE Legend, will be available for fans at Manhattan Center.

The Undertaker to return on Raw's 25th anniversary in 2018

The Undertaker to return on Raw’s 25th anniversary in 2018

What unforgettable moments will happen as the longest-running weekly episodic program in U.S. primetime television history celebrates its 25th anniversary from two separate locations? Find out on Jan. 22, either in person or on the home of Monday Night Raw, USA Network!”

You can watch the entire first episode of WWF Monday Night Raw (which was main evented by The Undertaker) below:

Speaking of The Undertaker, below are some photos of him from the recent Oklahoma Comic Con event:

Old School Wrestling Legend On How He Towered Over His Opponents

In a recent episode of fellow Old School Wrestling Legend Ricky Morton’s podcast, “The Taskmaster” Kevin Sullivan revealed the secret on how he managed to tower over his much taller wrestling opponents in the ring, despite only being 5’8” himself.

Here’s what the former Dungeon of Doom leader said:

“We were an illusion. I was 5’8” at tops but I was 250 and what I did was I would go to the ring first with a whirlwind and as Blackjack came down he was 6’ 9” I would jump him… beat him up and then throw him in the ring and when I came in the ring I was standing up above him and as you are looking at someone in the ring they’re up four feet anyway so the size difference was he was laying down and I was up so I looked like King Kong.”

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