The Undertaker made a surprise appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon earlier this week to promote Survivor Series and his 30th anniversary in wrestling.
During the show’s Audience Suggestion Box segment, Fallon read out a suggestion from a viewer wondering if they could combine two of their favourite things: Halloween and WWE. Fallon responded “I can’t but I know who can. And his name, The Undertaker.”
The show then cut to a video showing The Undertaker in full Deadman attire, accompanied by his iconic entrance music. ‘The Deadman would proceed to deliver a Tombstone Piledriver to a nearby scarecrow with a pumpkin for a head, finishing the segment with his “Rest In Peace” catchphrase, with Fallon promoting Undertaker’s 30th anniversary being celebrated at Survivor Series later this month.
This isn’t the first time The Undertaker has appeared on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon. In 2015, he appeared during another Audience Suggestion Box segment after someone Fallon read a suggestion that The Deadman should appear and hit the Tombstone Piledriver on a man in a Turkey outfit. Fallon protested that this wasn’t feasible, however, moments later, The Undertaker appeared and did exactly as the viewer suggested.
The Undertaker is set to appear at Survivor Series later this month in celebration of his 30th anniversary in wrestling. What he’ll be doing on November 22nd, however, is currently unclear.
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