WWE Looking For Additional Ways To Use The Undertaker Going Forward
The Undertaker's popularity remains as strong as ever
Following the success of his 1 deadMAN SHOW, WWE are looking for additional ways to use The Undertaker going forward.
The Phenom's live show, which includes him telling stories from his career and answering fan questions -along with photo ops - debuted on July 29 in Nashville, Tennessee, as part of SummerSlam weekend. He has two shows scheduled for Cardiff, Wales, this weekend, as part of the Clash at the Castle festivities, and another booked for Philadelphia on October 7 to coincide with Extreme Rules.
PWInsider reports that WWE were "working to come up with additional ways to utilise The Undertaker going forward post-retirement".
Additionally, the site was told that, out of all the personalities that have moved on from a full-time career yet remain attached to the company via licensing agreements, 'Taker is 'far above and beyond everyone else' when it comes to engagement and popularity at this point in time.
The Undertaker retired from in-ring competition following his Boneyard Match victory over AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36, and was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame earlier this year.