WWE: The Undertaker Is Returning To Wrestle At Madison Square Garden

Madison Square Garden is usually advertised to be the "World's Most Famous Arena" and the historic venue will see the legendary Undertaker wrestle there for the first time in eight long years! This is interesting because it sounds like Undertaker is still not aiming to retire anytime soon.

This big announcement was made via the official Madison Square Garden Twitter page. They said: "For the first time in 8 years, The Undertaker returns live in action to The Garden on Saturday, July 7th. #WWEMSG".

PWStream also highlighted a tweet they made earlier this year that Undertaker was interested in wrestling four or five more times in 2018.

We've already seen him wrestle twice this year at WrestleMania 34 and The Greatest Royal Rumble as he went up against John Cena and Rusev respectively.

As of right now, there is no news about who The Undertaker will be wrestling at the big live event.

Due to the show being in a big venue, it's possible the show will be littered with both wrestlers from Raw and Smackdown Live.

The Undertaker still wrestling is interesting news because everyone thought he retired last year at WrestleMania 33 when he lost to Roman Reigns. Alas, the man still loves wrestling even though he's 53 years old now.

The Madison Square Garden show won't be on PPV, but hopefully WWE is able to broadcast the show via the WWE Network. They did this before when Brock Lesnar wrestled Big Show a few years ago at MSG too.

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