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WWE Survivor Series: Vince McMahon appears, The Undertaker gives his Final Farewell

The Final Farewell for The Undertaker closed out the WWE Survivor Series pay-per-view.

Before Taker was introduced, they introduced several legends who were there. The names were Shane McMahon, The Big Show, JBL, Jeff Hardy, Mick Foley, The Godfather, Henry and Phineas Godwin, Savio Vega, Rikishi, Kevin Nash, Booker T, Shawn Michaels, Ric Flair, Triple H and Kane. They showed a great video package about Taker’s career after all of the legends were in the ring.

After the video, Vince McMahon was shown in the ring and he spoke about Taker’s injuries and hardships and how his character struck terror into his opponents while entertaining the WWF and WWE Universe. McMahon said tonight is the end of an era and he said, “tonight we say goodbye.” Reigns said the legacy of The Undertaker will live on eternally. Vince then introduced The Undertaker like he used to in the 90’s during an in-ring interview segment.

Taker got lightning and electricity sounds to the sound of his theme and then his actual theme played. This was a WrestleMania level entrance and it’s clear that they spent a ton of money on this.

Taker said he laid waste to so many but “now my time has come.” They piped in “Thank You Taker” chants and then he spoke again. He said, “my time has come to let The Undertaker rest in peace.” They piped in the “Rest In Peace” and there was a glitch so it was awkward. Then they piped in “Thank You Taker” chants again. Taker then tipped his hat and then posed in the middle of the ring.

Paul Bearer’s image appeared on the big screen during Taker’s pose and then they piped in “Undertaker” chants. The toll rang 10 times and then Taker stood up and did the neck slash gesture and then he walked up the ramp. Taker posed with his fist in the air as they played lightning sounds with fire around the stage. He walked to the back and the show faded to black.

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