The Undertaker debuted the “1 deadMan Show” last year during SummerSlam weekend. The show involved The Deadman talking about his life and career. As the name depicts, Taker was all by himself on stage during the event without a co-host. There was even a Q&A segment at the end of the show.

The show was so successful that WWE conducted another show in Cardiff during WWE Clash at the Castle weekend. Since then, WWE announced The Undertake will bring his new show to the city of brotherly love in Philadelphia on October 7. The much-anticipated show will take place at Theater of Living Arts. Sean Sapp reported behind Fightful’s paywall that WWE is very happy about how Taker’s shows have gone.

Fightful Select has learned that the Undertaker 1 deadMan show for Friday at the Theatre of Living Arts has sold out. The show is in Philadelphia as a part of WWE Extreme Rules weekend. We’re told Undertaker, WWE executives and local organizers have been very pleased with the event. WWE has particularly been happy with a new event to add to PLE weekends that has been a success. Undertaker 1 deadMan shows have now sold out in Nashville, Cardiff and Philadelphia, and more dates are expected

The Undertaker has always stayed away from the limelight during his career without taking part in interviews so as to not break character. Now, as the Deadman has slowly stepped away from the squared circle, he has more involved in various shows.

The sudden appearances have fans excited as they now get to witness the man behind the character. Only time will tell if he ever steps in the ring, for any reason, again.

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Sunil Joseph

Hey there! I'm a passionate pro wrestling fan. Since I unintentionally changed the TV channel and watched a clip from Monday Night RAW in 2006, I have been enamored with the world of professional wrestling. I've been hooked ever since. I got into WWE content writing 5 years ago and I still get excited when I get to tell people that I get paid to watch pro wrestling.

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