Over recent years, huge legends throughout WWE history have made appearances at Survivor Series as it's one of the original big four pay-per-views and the event itself has a rich history.
Last year, Triple H and Kurt Angle competed on the show. The year before, Goldberg made his WWE in-ring return, and the year before that, The Undertaker competed alongside Kane as The Brothers of Destruction at the show.
As a result of several legends appearing at Survivor Series in recent years, fans have been keeping their eyes out for any non-advertised superstars of the past in the Los Angeles area.
One WWE legend that was spotted in LA this weekend is The Deadman, as he was in the city for a meet and greet.
However, those WWE fans that are hoping he sticks around for Survivor Series at the Staples Center later on this evening will be disappointed.
According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, The Undertaker hopped on a flight and has left Los Angeles, meaning he will not be appearing at Survivor Series tonight.
It would've been great to see The Phenom at Survivor Series tonight, as he has a strong history with the event. Back in 1990, the WWE legend made his debut in the company on that exact show.
On that show, The Undertaker competed on The Million Dollar Team alongside The Honky Tonk Man, Greg Valentine, Ted DiBiase against The Dream Team of Bret Hart, Dusty Rhodes, Koko B. Ware, and Jim Neidhart.
The Deadman last competed for the WWE at Crown Jewel earlier this month, when he and Kane as The Brothers of Destruction lost a tag team match against D-Generation X's Triple H and Shawn Michaels.
The Undertaker is bound to compete for the WWE again before retiring from the ring for good, but fans will have to wait to see him again as he won't be showing up at tonight's Survivor Series at the Staples Center.
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