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5 things The Undertaker is yet to reach in WWE

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WWE Survivor Series 2020 marks the 30th anniversary of the Undertaker.

We are fast approaching the WWE’s 34 Survivor Series event and this time, the product war is not the end of the attraction. The 2020 edition of the Survivor Series will see WWE celebrate 30 years of The Undertaker.

Undertaker first came to prominence with the Survivor Series in 1990. His first appearance took place on November 22, which is the same day as this year’s event, which means that Undertaker will be appearing in PPV exactly 30 years from his start. The right time for Undertaker to have what WWE has called his “Farewell Fare”.

As a man who has held seven world championships and had an unparalleled Wrestlemania streak during his famous career, there is not much The Phenom has not achieved – so let’s take a look at the very small number of things Undertaker will still achieve within the WWE.

# 5 The Undertaker never conquered the Roman Reigns

The Undertaker has been in the ring with the Roman Reigns four different times. The first of these occasions took place on April 22, 2013, when Monday night Raw appeared at The O2 Arena in London, England.

That night, Undertaker teamed up with Tag Team Champions, Team Hell No (featuring Daniel Bryan and Kane) to take the Shield. After a good game in front of a happy English crowd, Ambrose managed to win his team by pinning Daniel Bryan. To date, this was Undertaker’s last game on Monday night RAW.

Taker next met face-to-face with Reigns four years later, during the 2017 Royal Rumble match. Undertaker went into the ring at # 29 and eliminated Sami Zayn, Baron Corbin, Miz, and especially, Goldberg.

However, with no # 30 entrants, the Roman Reigns have shown that there are too many to take over. The large dog sent the deceased with a high rope, which led to a confrontation between the two when Reigns said “ This is my yard now ”. The dominance continued to be part of the last two but continued with Randy Orton.

Following the Royal Rumble, Undertaker appeared on the March 6 RAW program, attacked the Reigns with chokeslam, and arranged for the two to meet each other for the first time in Wrestlemania 33.

In Wrestlemania’s 33rd major event, Roman Reigns defeated The Undertaker in the No Holds Barred match, after beating ‘Taker with multiple Spears. That night, Reigns became the second man to win The Deadman in Wrestlemania (after Brock Lesnar broke the Streak in Wrestlemania XXX).

Following the match, Taker left his gloves, his coat, and his hat in the middle of the ring, making the photo say this was the last time we would see him compete, however, it was not.

Undertaker has played nine more games (so far) after his defeat by the Reigns in Wrestlemania. Two of these games saw him meet the Roman Reigns.

The first was a WWE Live event at Maddison Square Garden, where they both teamed up with Braun Strowman to take on Baron Corbin, Elias, and Kevin Owens. The game saw Kevin Owens Tombstoned by The Deadman pinned in the middle of the ring.

The last time Reigns shared the ring with ‘Taker was during the Extreme Rules 2019. The two formed the’ The Graveyard Dogs’ team and went on to defeat Shane McMahon and Drew McIntyre. Can we see the Undertaker sharing the ring with the Chief who has just been named the ‘Tribal Chief’ once?