There aren’t many figures in the history of the WWE who hold more prestige than The Undertaker.
That infamous ring-walk music as well as his iconic WrestleMania streak are just two things that hold up his legacy.
The Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway, was seen back in the building this past weekend and he’s still looking in great nick despite being officially retired.
The Undertaker was backstage at Survivor Series
Survivor Series WarGames took place in Boston, Massachusetts at the TD Gardens on Saturday night and The Deadman was there behind the scenes, but for once as the person Mark Calaway as opposed to his usual imposing persona.
On his social media, ‘Taker shared an image of him alongside current WWE chairwoman Stephanie McMahon. This is, of course, the biggest surname in the industry.
Calaway’s tweet in question was captioned: “Always great to see my friend @StephMcMahon! Congratulations to all involved on #SurvivorSeries #WarGames, really enjoyed it!”
Image: The Undertaker backstage at Survivor Series
Whilst McMahon is donning a fiery red suit, Undertaker went for a more relaxed hoodie and jeans vibe.
Tagged in the tweet is the brand Roots of Fight, who describe themselves as: “A media, lifestyle and apparel brand that celebrates the improbable achievements of today’s most legendary athletes, innovators, and cultural icons.”
This is because ‘Taker is representing them with a Texas Longhorns hoodie.
As previously mentioned, there aren’t many more iconic figures through the decades and decades of wrestling history. The man from Death Valley was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame earlier this year and rightly so, his rivalries with the likes of Shawn Michaels and his own ‘brother’ Kane being some of the fondest memories people have of the business.
The headline event at the weekend’s Survivor Series was the men’s WarGames match, in which the team made up of The Bloodline prevailed.
The stable is, of course, made up of Roman Reigns, The Usos, Sami Zayn and Solo Sikoa and it was a certain Sami Zayn who stole the show.
He made his decision to stay loyal to The Bloodline by delivering a low blow on Kevin Owens, his long-term best friend, and then following the match, he and Jey Uso finally shared a warm embrace!
Something that has since happened again at a house show last night.