Undertaker week: BT Sport to celebrate the Phenom's illustrious career with seven days of special programming ahead of the WWE legend's final farewell at Survivor Series

As the WWE prepares to say goodbye to one of the greatest wrestlers of all time, BT Sport is celebrating the Undertaker's career with a week of programming dedicated to 'The Phenom'

By Callum Davis Published: 16 November 2020 - 12.31pm

BT Sport celebrates the Undertaker's illustrious career in the squared circle ahead of his final farewell at Survivor Series

The WWE says goodbye to one of the most iconic superstars in sports entertainment next Sunday.

Almost 30 years to the day since he made his debut at Survivor Series, The Undertaker will sign off at the same event on November 22 to close the book on one of the most successful careers in the history of wrestling.

In order to mark his 'Final Farewell', BT Sport is celebrating 'The Phenom' with a full week of programming as he prepares to make his final appearance in the WWE Universe. 

From his debut with Brother Love to his critically-acclaimed battle with AJ Styles at this year’s WrestleMania, Undertaker has participated in some of the most memorable matches in history.

The list of superstars he has shared a ring with reads like a who's who of the great and good from the WWE, including Hall of Famers such as Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, Triple H, Shawn Michaels and Mick Foley.

As the Deadman finally prepares to lay to rest, BT Sport will show three hours of Undertaker programming every night of the week from Monday November 16 all the way up to his Final Farewell at Survivor Series on Sunday November 22 - live and exclusive on BT Sport Box Office.

Here's what to expect from Undertaker week  on BT Sport.

Last Ride documentary

Undertaker: Last Ride will air every week night from Monday 16th November at 8pm on BT Sport 2.

The acclaimed series provides a rare, never-seen-before look at Mark Calaway, the man behind The Undertaker, as he prepares to take on Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33.

"I hope the fans just can appreciate how vulnerable he's been throughout all this," said Calaway's wife, Michelle McCool.

"This is a side that I can promise you not even a handful of people get to see from him. So I hope they can appreciate him truly opening up about what it's taken for him to get in the ring these past five or six years.

"I just hope they can truly appreciate what he's given this business, the passion he has for this business and what it's taken for him to personally open up throughout this documentary."

The documentary also features interviews and insight from a host of superstars fortunate enough to have shared the ring with the Deadman.

What Went Down: 30 Years of The Undertaker

To mark the Undertaker's WWE farewell, BT Sport has recorded a special edition of What Went Down.

The Undertaker is joined by ex-superstars Triple H and Shawn Michaels to look back at their epic series of matches from Wrestlemania 25 to Wrestlemania 28, a period that is widely regarded as the pinnacle of his legendary career.   

The trio's fascinating conversation reveals more than ever before about what each man experienced before, during and after the incredible matches that defined a generation.

What Went Down: 30 Years of The Undertaker will premiere at 9.30pm on Saturday 21 November, on BT Sport 2.

The Undertaker's Greatest Matches

The Undertaker has had some of the greatest matches of all time and some of the most legendary feuds in the history with the like of Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Brock Lesnar, Batista and many more.

As his final hurrah looms large, BT Sport will show a hand-picked selection of The Undertaker's most iconic matches after each daily airing of the Last Ride documentary.

Full schedule:

Monday, 9pm, BT Sport 2: Undertaker’s Debut at Survivor Series 1990

Monday, 9.30pm, BT Sport 2:   Undertaker v Mankind at Buried Alive

Monday, 10pm, BT Sport 2:   Undertaker v Randy Orton at Wrestlemania 21

Monday, 10.30pm, BT Sport 2:   Undertaker v Edge at Wrestlemania 24 

Tuesday, 9.15pm, BT Sport 2:  Undertaker v HBK at Wrestlemania 25

Tuesday, 10pm, BT Sport 2:  Undertaker v HBK at Wrestlemania 26

Wednesday, 9pm, BT Sport 2: Undertaker v Triple H at Wrestlemania 27

Wednesday, 10pm, BT Sport 2: Undertaker v Triple H at Wrestlemania 28

Thursday, 9pm, BT Sport 2: Undertaker v Brock Lesnar at Wrestlemania 30

Friday, 10.30pm, BT Sport 2: Undertaker v AJ Styles at Wrestlemania 36

Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Broken Skull Sessions - The Undertaker  

Finally, to whet your appetite before the main event at Survivor Series, Stone Cold Steve Austin: The Broken Skull Sessions - The Undertaker will be shown at 10pm on Sunday 22 November on BT Sport 2.

Austin 3:16 and The Undertaker produced one of the greatest rivalries of the Attitude era, enthralling WWE fans around the globe with a series of iconic matches throughout the late 90s.

In a warm and fascinating chat, two giants of the WWE Universe swap anecdotes on their storied careers and reveal new details on their captivating rivalry. 

For more information on how to watch The Undertaker's farewell match at Survivor Series live and exclusive on BT Sport Box Office - click here.