The Undertaker has a ton of stories from his legendary career in the squared circle. His OneDeadMan Show events have been met with great receptions every time he held such a show, and he could have plans to take the show mainstream.
While speaking to The Toronto Sun, The Undertaker mentioned that he hopes to turn his OneDeadMan Show into a television special. Of course, every stage show, especially a stand-up act, needs to be perfected, so the OneDeadMan Shows we’ve seen him do so far might have just been getting things ready for a tight television showcase.
Calaway explained to fans that the show is in its early stages, with hopes of putting together a special that will eventually end up on A&E or another network. While it certainly had a format, which included a middle segment he called “S*** the Internet Made Up,” in which he addressed some longtime false rumours about his character, it felt very casual and it was heavy on fan interaction.
The Undertaker did not give any date for this projected television special. Odds are, A&E would jump at the chance to air that piece of history, if he gets to film a future OneDeadMan Show.
The Undertaker has One-DeadMan shows planned for Las Vegas and Los Angeles. He is obviously getting more comfortable on that kind of stage, outside the ring. Only time will tell if The Undertaker gets his act ready for television.
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