The Undertaker Is Charging Lots Of Money For Independent Bookings

It has been reported recently that The Undertaker removed all references of the WWE on his social media accounts indicating that he's open to be booked elsewhere.

However if you want to book him on your show, you will have to shell out a lot of money.

As reported by The Wrestling Observer Newsletter (via NoDQ.com), The Undertaker is charging people $25,000 per hour for signings in the United States.

Regular bookings for The Undertaker will commence in the Summer so we'll have to wait and see how much he charges to wrestle an actual match.

It's unknown why Undertaker suddenly wants to take indie bookings, but this could be a sign that WWE has no plans for him this year.

Dave Meltzer also reports that The Undertaker is not wrestling in WWE's next Saudi Arabia show that takes place on May 3rd, 2019. This is interesting considering the Saudi Arabian shows usually pay the most to wrestlers that attend it.

As of right now, there are no current plans for The Undertaker to wrestle at WrestleMania 35 either.

WWE has not found an appropriate opponent for him this year which could mean he's skipping this year's WrestleMania. The last time Undertaker missed a WrestleMania event was WrestleMania 2000 19 years ago!

It will be interesting to see if any indie wrestling companies have enough money to book Undertaker on their shows. It's possible only huge conventions will be able to afford him at his expensive rates.

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