The Undertaker is most definitely entered a different stage of his career, and when he started booking non-WWE related appearances people immediately took notice.

Dave Meltzer noted on Wrestling Observer Radio that The Undertaker was scheduled for live Q&A events in England at the end of the month, but Taker has been replaced by Mick Foley. Taker will still be signing autographs at the events.

He noted that WWE doesn’t want Taker to appear at Starrcast during AEW Double or Nothing weekend, but he’s still set for the event.

The Undertaker has pushed to keep all his scheduled appearances, but forces from within WWE have been pushing him not to go at all.

The mentality in WWE is that they don’t want their guys making money elsewhere, so Taker reportedly signed a new deal with the company that will allow him to fulfill his commitments, but he won’t be able to book new ones.

The Deadman last appeared on the Raw after Mania, and he’s expected to appear at WWE’s next event in Saudi Arabia in June.

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