The Undertaker tipped for WWE Survivor Series as local appearance is confirmed

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The Undertaker could be set to feature at Survivor Series later this month.

The WWE legend has made rare appearances at pay-per-views in recent times.

He was recently pictured in Saudi Arabia with WWE chief Vince McMahon but did not take part in the Crown Jewel event.

But he could well feature at Survivor Series after it was confirmed he will be in Illinois on the same weekend.

The pay-per-view is set to take place on November 24 at Allstate Arena in Rosemont.

And the Undertaker could well be involved after a local memorabilia store announced he will be hosting a meet and greet 24 hours earlier.

The Undertaker


Chicago store Fiterman Sports Group announced the WWE legend would be signing autographs on Saturday November 23 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center.

Given there is little over two miles between the two locations, there is real speculation the Undertaker will feature at Survivor Series

The Undertaker and Vince McMahon


Meanwhile, Tyson Fury is set to make another appearance at WWE SmackDown in Manchester this weekend.

Boxing legend Fury made a successful wrestling debut when he knocked out Braun Strowman in Saudi Arabia last Thursday.

Fury only signed up to the organisation last month as he promotes his rematch with  Deontay Wilder  which is scheduled for next February.

His involvement at SmackDown has been confirmed although it is unclear if he will feature in any more fights.



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