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WWE Network to air new documentary on The Undertaker



WWE released the content schedule for the week on its streaming service, WWE Network.

WWE has a preview program listed for the "30 Days of The Deadman" documentary that will premiere sometime in November.

The preview will air this Sunday night at 8 p.m. ET on-demand. The description of the program reads like the following:

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“First Look: 30 Days of The Deadman will preview new and upcoming WWE Network Documentaries that celebrate the one and only Undertaker, who marks his 30-year anniversary in WWE.”

Earlier this year, the WWE Network aired a five-part series titled, “Undertaker: The Last Ride.”

The series followed Taker over the last couple of years of his career. The theme of it was how Taker was coming to terms with his retirement.

At the end of the final episode, Taker essentially announced his retirement from the pro wrestling business. While he noted that he has no desire to wrestle again, Vince McMahon didn’t like the original ending so there had to be a slight change to it. Basically, it was left open-ended with Taker noting that if McMahon ever needed him, he would be willing to come back.