WWE has announced that The Undertaker is going to be hosting a special one-man show before Clash at the Castle next month.
WWE is heading to Cardiff’s Principality Stadium on September 3 for Clash at the Castle, the first big Premium Live Event since 1992.
Clash at the Castle is being built up as one of WWE’s biggest show of the year, and other events are going to be put on that weekend in Wales to supplement it.
One of those has just been announced by WWE, with The Undertaker putting on a one-man show for the WWE Universe in Wales the day before.
The UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW will make its international debut on Friday night, Sept. 2, at New Theatre Cardiff, Wales, ahead of #WWECastle! @undertaker @visitwales @New_Theatre
— WWE (@WWE) August 10, 2022
WWE made the announcement via a press release, which you can check out below.
The release confirms that The Undertaker will be sharing never-before-heard stories from his legendary career before fielding questions from the fans in attendance.
WWE today announced that the UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW will make its international debut on Friday night, September 2, at New Theatre Cardiff, Wales, ahead of Clash at the Castle®.
UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW will feature “The Phenom” in an intimate setting, sharing never-before-heard stories from his Hall of Fame career and taking questions from the WWE Universe in attendance.
Clash at the Castle takes place Saturday, September 3, live from the Principality Stadium in Cardiff, Wales. Tickets are currently available via Ticketmaster and the premium live event will stream live exclusively on Peacock in the United States and WWE Network everywhere else.
This won’t be the first show of its type that WWE and The Undertaker has put on, with one taking place in Nashville over SummerSlam weekend last month.
Tickets for UNDERTAKER 1 deadMAN SHOW go on sale on Friday, August 12, at 10am BST. You can find out more and purchase tickets NewTheatreCardiff.co.uk.
The Undertaker was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame earlier this year, receiving the honour the night before WrestleMania 38 in his hometown of Texas.
‘Taker may have retired following his WrestleMania 36 match in April 2020, but the wrestling icon teased stepping into the ring again at the end of his Hall of Fame speech.
Undertaker will be in Cardiff for his show, as we’ve covered, so an appearance at Clash at the Castle isn’t totally out of the question.
However, he was also in Nashville for SummerSlam, and was even backstage at the show, but didn’t appear on the broadcast in any capacity.