The Undertaker has been sending mixed signals since his last appearance in a WWE ring. But then again, he made a successful living for more than 20 years doing just that. But this year, more than ever, the pendulum seemed to be swinging more towards retirement than a return.
But, you can put that off for a little while longer. The Undertaker is returning to the WWE later this month, according to Daily Wrestling News. The Deadman will make his first appearance in WWE since WrestleMania 32, as he has been booked for the November 15 episode of SmackDown Live from Wilkes Barre, PA.
The significance of that night is that it is the final show (the go-home show if you will) before the Survivor Series pay-per-view in Toronto on November 20. It will also be a historic night for WWE, as it will mark the 900th episode of SmackDown in the show’s 17-year history. The Undertaker, of course, was a tent pole of SmackDown for years so it makes sense from that standpoint. It will almost certainly open up the floodgates of speculation as well.