WWE News: Sony showcases India’s love for WWE and Undertaker, launches special promo and programming

WWE is synonymous to “The Phenom ” Undertaker who has had a spectacular career spanning for three decades.

The Deadman had this year in June announced retirement from WWE following which WWE had released a five-episode docuseries “The Last Ride’ as a tribute to him. Now, Sony Sports India has launched a special promo video giving tribute to the legendary wrestler. It released the promo on Twitter and wrote: “A boy’s hero, A man’s style icon, And everyone’s childhood, Here’s celebrating #30YearsOfTaker in a special tribute film”.

Watch the aforementioned Sony Sports India commercial promoting 30 Days of The Deadman, which shows a family following Undertaker throughout his legendary 30-year career in WWE, via the following tweet embedded below from the official Twitter feed of “The Deadman” himself.

For a special “First Look” at the four new documentaries featured in the 30 Days of The Deadman month-long celebration on the WWE Network, which includes

1). “WWE Untold: The Phenom & The Legend Killer” on October 25

2).  “Meeting Mark Calaway” on November 1,

3). “The Mortician – The Story Of Paul Bearer” on November 8

4).  “Brothers Of Destruction” on November 15

This is how Undertaker reacted on this promo of Sony India and he also thanked Indian fans for their overwhelming love:

“The support received over the years from fans across the world still amazes me,” wrote The Undertaker. “Thank you to the fans in WWE India, I hope you enjoy 30 Years Of Taker on SPN Action.”

What does Undertaker’s promo holds

The promo features some of the best tales of the Undertaker’s wrestling career as it showcases the family’s love for Undertaker from being a child-fearer to child-superhero Undertaker performed in every way. It also magnifies the most epic moments of Undertaker’s pro-wrestling career, his dark soul of Casket.

The Undertaker’s most incredible feat in the past 30 years is his Wrestlemania Streak. The Deadman was unbeaten at WrestleMania for 21 matches. At WrestleMania 30, Brock Lesnar became the first man to beat The Undertaker at the Showcase of Immortals. Three years later, Roman Reigns did what Lesnar did and beat The Phenom at WrestleMania. A few months ago, The Undertaker announced his retirement from pro-Wrestling, leaving his WrestleMania streak at 25-2.

The Singh Brothers, who have been in the WWE for years now, paid their respect to The Undertaker by telling him what a huge deal he is in India.