The Undertaker made a surprise appearance on the Tonight Show hosted by Jimmy Fallon. This was the perfect treat for the WWE Universe on the occasion of Halloween.
Fallon did a segment on the show called the viewer’s Suggestion Box. While some suggested that Fallon should goive movie reviews, others told him to “s*** it.”
However, the request of the day was when a fan asked something related to WWE. A WWE fan wanted a mix of Halloween and WWE. Fallon admitted he could not do it but he knew someone who could.
Out of nowhere, “The dead man” appeared in his traditional black hat and long coat. However, it was more of a comedic gig as he tomb stoned a scarecrow with a pumpkin head.
Just like Fallon said at the end of the Undertaker gig, this is a very special year for the Undertaker. Vince McMahon and WWE have created something special to celebrate the legacy of the Phenom.
WWE celebrates thirty years of the Undertaker in a special way
On November 22nd, WWE will be live with the 34th edition of Survivor Series. WWE will also celebrate thirty years of The Undertaker in a special way.
The Phenom is certainly the most loved and most followed Superstar across the globe. A few days ago at WWE PPV Hell in a Cell, a commercial aired that announced a documentary surrounding the Undertaker before Survivor Series.
The WWE Network will celebrate ’30 years of the Deadman’ which will consist of a full month of original shows in tribute to the Undertaker.
Every Sunday, a new documentary will be released and it will end with the highly anticipated return to “Stone Cold” Steve Austin’s Broken Skull Sessions on Sunday, Nov. 22 i.e. after Survivor Series goes off air.
From a business standpoint, there is the perfect way for WWE to make some green. As mentioned above, Undertaker is globally recognized and probably the most loved Superstar of all time.
There are currently many people who haven’t subscribed to the WWE Network or use the free version for their personal reasons. This can be a brilliant time to capitalize and convert those customers.