The Undertaker is celebrating 30 years in WWE, and the company is doing everything they can to remind fans of his legend. 30 Days of The Deadman kicked off after Hell in a Cell, and the company is opening up even more free content for fans.
WWE revealed that in celebration of 30 Days of The Deadman, the Last Ride docuseries is now available on the free version of the WWE Network. It was previously only available under the $9.99 a month version.
30 Days of The Deadman will feature four brand new documentaries, but those are locked from free viewing. Every part of the Last Ride docuseries is now available for fans to watch even if they don’t pay a monthly fee.
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In celebration of 30 Days of The Deadman, the entire Last Ride docuseries has been UNLOCKED to watch on the Free Version of @WWENetwork.
The company also confirmed during Hell in a Cell that November 22nd’s Survivor Series event will focus on The Undertaker, but he has not been confirmed to appear or wrestle. It wouldn’t be a huge surprise to see him show up.