Chris Jericho took to Twitter last night to congratulate The Undertaker on his 30th year with WWE.
Former WWE main event star Jericho left the company in 2018 and is currently signed to All Elite Wrestling, where he became the inaugural AEW World Champion.
However, the demo god took to social media to comment on WWE’s upcoming Survivor Series pay-per-view being dedicated to The Undertaker:
“Congrats to 30 years of the @undertaker!!! That is a monumental accomplishment!!! @wwe”
— Chris Jericho (@IAmJericho) October 26, 2020
Like The Undertaker, Chris Jericho himself recently celebrated 30 years in the wrestling industry, an accomplishment that was celebrated on a recent episode of AEW Dynamite. Training at the Hart Brothers School of Wrestling, Jericho debuted in a winning effort against Lance Storm on October 2nd, 1990.
Although Mark Calaway debuted in 1987, the upcoming Survivor Series will mark 30 years of The Undertaker, who debuted at the event in 1990. Prior to making his WWE debut, Calaway wrestled under such names as Texas Red, The Master Of Pain and Mean Mark Callous.
No further details have been announced in regards to The Undertaker’s participation at the event, which will also see newly crowned WWE Champion Randy Orton face Universal Champion Roman Reigns.
Inside The Ropes congratulates The Undertaker on this momentous achievement.