Tonight the WWE Network begins its week long look at the legendary… no, phenomenal, 25 year career of The Undertaker. Along with the programming we all know about, the Network has added a slew of other bonus content to the service to fill out the special “Undertaker Week”.
No need to wait to watch any of the shows – as of right now they are all streaming already!
First, the scheduled programming. Remember, they’re available now On Demand:
Tonight, immediately following RAW, join JBL for Legends with JBL: Undertaker’s Greatest Rivals, Part 1. Part 1 of the panel show runs approximately 30 minutes. (WATCH)
On this special edition of Legends with JBL, John Bradshaw Layfield goes in-depth with Triple H, Shawn Michaels and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin as they celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the legendary Undertaker. The panel discusses the evolution of Undertaker in WWE, including his decades of loyalty and his respected locker room presence. JBL’s panel of guests also set the record straight about Internet rumors, and provide behind-the-scenes accounts of The Undertaker’s greatest matches.
Tomorrow night, Nov. 17th, 9/8 C: Undertaker: 25 Phenomenal Years. This documentary-like special also runs approximately 30 minutes. (WATCH)
Journey back through 25 years of the most memorable and unforgettable moments in the career of WWE’s one and only Phenom, The Undertaker.
Wednesday, Nov. 18th, 9/8 C: The Undertaker’s Gravest Matches. This lengthy match compilation runs for a total of 1 hour and 52 minutes. (WATCH)
Relive 25 years of The Undertaker’s most dangerous matches. Descend into the darkness as The Dead Man battles among caskets, flames and cells.
Thursday, Nov. 19th, 10/9 C: Legends with JBL: Undertaker’s Greatest Rivals, Part 2. Part 2 finishes off the panel show and again runs approximately 30 minutes. (WATCH)
JBL continues his trip down memory lane on this special edition of Legends with JBL. John Bradshaw Layfield, along with his illustrious panel consisting of Triple H, Shawn Michaels and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, unearth never-before-heard topics from The Undertaker’s remarkable career. From the “BSK” to The Streak, no topic is off limits.
Also uploaded to the Network today were these 25 mini-clips celebrating Taker’s 25 year career (two thumbnails for which are shown above). They each run for approximately 2-10 minutes:
- Diesel’s Fate is Sealed (Mar. 23, 1996)
- Undertaker’s Resurrection (Mar. 2, 1998)
- Last Rites for Big Show (Nov. 21, 2008)
- The Ultimate Funeral (April, 13, 1991)
- Undertaker’s Ascension (Jan. 22, 1994)
- The Black Wedding (April, 26, 1999)
- Rest in Peace Vicki (Nov. 23, 2007)
- Burn in Hell (April, 6, 1998)
- 25 Phenomenal Years (2015)
- Buckle Up Teddy (Sep. 18, 2009)
- Rest in Peace Giant (Aug. 28, 1993)
- Lord of Darkness Revealed (Jan. 11, 1999)
- Rest in Peace (April 6, 1991)
- Rest in Peace Brother (Nov. 2, 1991)
- The Journey Awaits (Nov. 14, 1992)
- Mankind Buried Alive (Sept. 23, 1996)
- The Final Nail (Nov. 22 1992)
- The Search for The Undertaker (Summer 1994)
- Tombstone Rest in Peace (Countdown Feature)
- Spine Tingling Entrance (Countdown Feature)
- Undertaker’s Workshop (Nov. 1, 1992)
- The Case is Closed (Aug. 29, 1994)
- Double Wide Double Deep (Jan. 15, 1994)
- Paul Bearer Hall of Fame (2013 WWE Hall of Fame Feature)
- The Year of the Casket (Jan. 1, 1994)
The “bonus” content doesn’t stop there as also recently added were these Undertaker-themed SmackDown! episodes as well. Thanks to the Network Chronicle for the heads up on those.
All of this leads, of course, to the 29th annual Survivor Series this Sunday!
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I have been enjoying Undertaker Week, especially the revealing interviews with JBL, Austin, HBK, and HHH.
WWE.com have a great lengthy revealing interview with Mideon, Henry Godwinn, Godfather and Savio Vega centering on BSK.
The following Matches on His Gravest Matches Network Version as follows:
Kamala vs Undertaker – Casket Match – Survivor Series 1992
Mankind vs Underaker – Buried Alive Match – In Your House
Kane vs Undertaker – Inferno Match – Unforgiven 1998
Undertaker vs Edge – Hell in a Cell – Summerslam 2008
Undertaker vs Triple H – Hell in a Cell – Wrestlemania 28
Total Running 1hr 52mins 20secs
Side Note: the Unforgiven 1998 match covers up the scratch logo with the big WWE logo with black edges around it but nothing is blurred, strange that one..
Not the same content as the old VHS I tape, I see. Thank you for posting this match listing.
I want WWE to add that VHS tape to the Network in its original completely unedited form. But I don’t think that’s on their priority list. Best as I recall, the best match on that tape was the first one against Bam Bam Bigelow which was interrupted by Tatanka, who I believe aided Taker in winning? The rest of the matches consisted of Taker vs Kamala, Gonzalez, Yokozuna, Repo Man, etc. I did like them match with Papa Shango because of the similarity in their characters as Shango at the time was the most similar in character to Taker.
My favorite parts of His Gravest Matches were the Taker promos and video highlights or whatever that were shown in between the matches. Especially the intro with the old theme playing along with highlights of Taker along with the one after the match with Bigelow where there were black and white highlights of Taker with some guitar BGM.
Can anyone confirm if “His Gravest Matches” has the same content as the old “His Gravest Matches” VHS tape?
Awesome! Thanks for the update.