More Names From Undertaker's Past Brought In For WWE Survivor Series

The "Final Farewell" takes place tonight...

The Undertaker is set to take part in his "Final Farewell" tonight at WWE Survivor Series. The ceremony takes place 30 years to the day after his first ever WWE TV appearance, at the 1990 Survivor Series.

It was previously reported that names from The Undertaker's past, including Kurt Angle, Kane, The Godfather, and Savio Vega were all going to be in attendance for tonight's event.

Mike Johnson of PWInsider has revealed more names. According to his report, Rikishi, Henry and Phineas Godwinn, and former referee Tim White will also be at Survivor Series tonight.

Rikishi and The Godwinns (just like Godfather and Vega) were members of a backstage brotherhood with Undertaker known as the Bone Street Krew (which is referenced by a BSK tattoo on Undertaker's abdomen). Departed members of the group include Yokozuna, Brian "Crush" Adams, Paul Bearer, and Mr. Fuji.

Undertaker teamed with Vega, Rikishi (as Fatu), and Henry Godwinn in a clean sleep of King Mabel's "Royals" team at the 1995 Survivor Series. That match marked the first on-screen interaction on WWE television between Undertaker and Kane (then wrestling as Dr. Isaac Yankem DDS).

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