WWE is paying homage to one of their biggest stars in history, The Undertaker, who completes three decades in the company next month.
The Deadman made his official debut at Survivor Series 1990, and WWE is celebrating it with several new content featuring the superstar.
In order to attract more fans to the WWE Network, WWE is offering the Last Ride documentary series on the free tier of the network.
The free tier, which was launched a few months ago, has a vast library including RAW Talk and Talking Smack airing live every week for free.
WWE is also airing 30 Days of the Deadman series, which will feature his career over the years, including interactions with the likes of Kane and Stone Cold Steve Austin.
WWE also confirmed during Hell in a Cell PPV that Survivor Series 2020 will be a tribute to the Deadman, which could mean an appearance from the now-retired star is in the offing on November 22nd.