WWE legend The Undertaker putting on Cardiff one-man show
The first significant stadium event for WWE since SummerSlam 1992 at Wembley Stadium in London. At Summerslam 1992, The Undertaker defeated Kamala by use of a technicality.
WWE stated in a statement: “The Phenom will appear on Undertaker 1 deadMAN Show in a close-quarters situation.
accepting questions from the present WWE Universe while presenting previously untold tales from his Hall of Fame career.
74,000 people were expected to go to Cardiff to watch the wrestling extravaganza; those present at the much smaller 1,100 capacity
One of the few who will get to get this rare glimpse inside the life of one of the most famous wrestlers in history is New Theatre.
His presence in Cardiff will fuel rumours that he will be appearing at the venue where Welsh rugby is played. The 57-year-old said to supporters in April, after his induction into the Texas Hall of Fame, “Never say never,” implying that it would not be his final appearance in WWE.
There are many side events taking place in the city that weekend to capitalise on the throngs of wrestling fans, such as Progress Wrestling’s show at The Tramshed on Sunday, September 4, and WhatCulture Wrestling’s warm-up show on Saturday, September 3, at Steinbeck and Shaw.
Tickets for UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW go on sale this Friday, August 12, at 10 am at the New Theatre website, which can be accessed by clicking here.