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The Undertaker was “never” part of WWE Elimination Chamber plans

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WWE legend and soon to be Hall of Famer The Undertaker was reportedly set for an appearance at the Elimination Chamber Premium Live Event.

According to a new report from Ringside News, this was never actually the case. The site revealed that despite some other outlets noting that he was scheduled to appear, that WWE never had these plans in place.

“There was a report that Undertaker was planned for Elimination Chamber” Steve Carrier of RSN noted on Twitter.

“They played a Hall of Fame video package for him, but he didn’t show up. Taker was in Texas for the Bad Bunny concert. We can confirm that there were never any plans for Taker to appear in Saudi at all.”

A report on the site itself revealed that “a tenured member of the creative team confirmed to us that ‘Undertaker was never booked’ to be in Saudi Arabia. The report about plans changing for Taker is not accurate, because there was never a plan for him to be there.”

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