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The Undertaker’s 20 Year Full Time WWF/E Career Came To An End 7 Years Ago Today, Matches Added To Tonight’s SmackDown Live

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The Undertaker’s 20 Year Full Time WWF/E Career Came To An End 7 Years Ago Today

On this day in Pro Wrestling History on October 24, 2010, WWE Bragging Rights 2010 PPV took place.

The main event was for the WWE Championship, where Randy Orton defended the Title against Wade Barrett. This event also featured a Buried Alive match for the World Heavyweight Championship between Kane and The Underaker.

Kane buried Taker with the help of Nexus to retain the World Title. The Undertaker then returned in February of 2011 for the WrestleMania 27 build-up.

After this event, The Undertaker became a part-time WWE Superstar who mostly worked WrestleMania events and this event marked the end of this 20 year full time WWF/E career.

Below are the results from this PPV:

United States Champion Daniel Bryan def. Intercontinental Champion Dolph Ziggler in a “Champion vs. Champion” match.

WWE Tag Team Titles Match: The Nexus (David Otunga & John Cena) def. The Dashing Ones (Cody Rhodes & Drew McIntyre) to win the Titles.

Ted DiBiase def. Goldust

WWE Divas Title Match: Layla def. Natalya to retain the Title.

Buried Alive World Title Match: Kane def. The Undertaker to retain the Title.

Team SmackDown (Big Show, Rey Mysterio, Jack Swagger, Alberto Del Rio, Edge, Tyler Reks, Kofi Kingston) def. Team Raw (The Miz, R-Truth, John Morrison, Santino Marella, Sheamus, CM Punk, Ezekiel Jackson). Edge and Mysterio were the sole survivors.

WWE Title Match: Wade Barrett def. Randy Orton via DQ.

You can watch the highlights from the Buried Alive match below:

8 Match Tag Team Match Announced For SmackDown Live

Below is what WWE announced for tonight’s SmackDown Live:

“Bad blood will boil over in an Eight-Man Tag Team battle on SmackDown LIVE, when former rivals The New Day & SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos join forces to take on Rusev, Aiden English and Chad Gable & Shelton Benjamin.

The rivalry between the champions and their top challengers, Gable & Benjamin, looked to be one based around sportsmanship and respect, until the amateur wrestling experts bailed on a handshake with The Usos.

The New Day drew the ire of Rusev and English after interrupting The Maestro of Mayhem mid-song last Tuesday, then took a jab at the sacred holiday known as Rusev Day when “The Lion of Bulgaria” showed up.

Will the champions and their rivals-turned-allies reign supreme, or will it be Rusev Day in Milwaukee this Tuesday?”

Rematch Added To Tonight’s SmackDown Live

On tonight’s episode of SmackDown Live, United States Champion Baron Corbin will face Sin Cara once again. Sin Cara defeated Corbin on last week’s episode via Count-Out.

You can watch it below:

Below is what WWE posted about this:

“Last Tuesday on SmackDown LIVE, United States Champion Baron Corbin was caught off-guard by a feisty Sin Cara. The masked marvel stunned The Lone Wolf with a series of devastating dives outside the ring, leading to Sin Cara picking up a count-out victory.

WWE.com has learned that Corbin has demanded a rematch with Sin Cara on SmackDown LIVE. Will The Lone Wolf prove that the luchador’s victory was a fluke, or will Sin Cara once again embarrass the United States Champion?”

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