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Undertaker To Bury New Zealand

11th Jan 06

Undertaker To Bury New Zealand

The Undertaker

World Wrestling Entertainment® and Dainty Consolidated Entertainment today announced that UNDERTAKER® has been added to the list of SmackDown Superstars appearing in New Zealand’s first ever WWE Live Event at Wellington’s Westpac Stadium on Saturday 4th March.

The 6ft 10, 328 Pound UNDERTAKER ® has dominated WWE for 15 years and is no stranger to championship gold. Just a year after his 1991 debut at Survivor Series, UNDERTAKER® defeated WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan for his first of four WWE Championships. The Deadman is also a 6-time former World Tag Team Champion, as well as a former Hardcore Champion.

Paul Dainty of Dainty Consolidated Entertainment said; “We are delighted to confirm the legendary UNDERTAKER ® will be part of New Zealand’s first ever Live World Wrestling Entertainment ® Event. This is a MUST SEE event for any serious sports fans. With over 20,000 fans expected to be in attendance the atmosphere in Westpac Stadium will be similar to a sold out All Black’s game. The list of Superstars already confirmed is awesome and once you add a few tons of pyrotechnics and some sexy Diva’s we are in for one hell of a night”.

Other WWE SmackDown Superstars confirmed to appear are:

World Champion Batista

Randy Orton

Undertaker

John Bradshaw Layfield & Jillian Hall

Chris Benoit

Rey Mysterio

Booker T & Sharmell

Mark Henry

M-N-M

Kristal …and many many more!!*

TICKETS AVAILABLE FROM WWW.TICKETEK.CO.NZ *

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