On November 15th, Smackdown Live will take place from the Mohegan Sun Arena in Wilkes-Barre, PA. This will be the go-home show for Survivor Series that weekend, and one major name has been announced for the show.

The Undertaker is set to make an appearance at the show, and this will mark the first time the Deadman has been on WWE programming since Wrestlemania 32.

While there’s no confirmation Taker will even appear on the televised portion of the show, the date is significant for a couple reasons: firstly, it’s the Survivor Series go home show, an event he debuted at 26 years ago, and it is also the the 900th episode of SmackDown, the show the Phenom was synonymous with during the first brand split era.

Rumors are, of course, already swirling about if he’ll play a role at the Nov. 20 pay-per-view (PPV), or if his appearance will be used to set-up his WrestleMania 33 angle.

Are you excited to see the Phenom back in WWE? Who would you like to see him face?

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