Undertaker Set for WWE Meet & Greet, Sabu Autobiography News

So much for all of the speculation concerning WWE Superstar The Undertaker. Over the past week or so, there have been reports stating that The Undertaker may be wrapping up his run with WWE soon. It has been noted online that “The Deadman” has been removing all mentions of WWE from some of his social media pages lately, and there have even been some reports claiming that he is not scheduled to compete at WrestleMania 35 as of yet either. Fans are practically guaranteed to see The Undertaker come back to WWE programming right around this time of the year to see him set up his WrestleMania program, but “The Phenom” is still absent. So what on earth is going on with this legendary WWE performer?
WWE has been advertising The Undertaker for an upcoming appearance. According to the official website for WWE, the former world champion will be stopping by the Fiterman Sports Memorabilia Store in the Baybrook Mall Outdoor
Expansion in Friendswood, Texas. Fans in the area can meet him on Saturday, March 23rd, from 3-4:30 pm. It’s interesting to see WWE advertising appearances for The Undertaker right now given that he recently posted a link to a website wherein he was accepting bookings for events outside of the company. Undertaker’s status for WrestleMania 35 is still unknown as of right now, but with this brand new development, it does not look like he is on his way out of the company for the time being.
A release date for Sabu’s autobiography has been been provided online. The former ECW competitor was just announced for Impact Wrestling’s upcoming United We Stand event, where he will team up with Rob Van Dam to face the Lucha Bros in a tag team match. While Van Dam will be the subject of the new “Headstrong” documentary, Sabu has chosen to write a book about his career in the wrestling business. The wrestler announced that “Sabu: Scars, Silence, & Superglue” will be released in March of this year. The book includes forewords from Taz and RVD, and it will include guest passages from Bill Alfonso, Mikey Whipwreck, Mike Johnson, Tommy Dreamer, Raven, Al Snow, Don Vega, Justin Credible, Kevin Sullivan, and the Blue Meanie.

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