Undertaker in Documentary, Total Bellas Trailer, New Day Change

It’s been quite a while since The Undertaker has appeared on WWE programming. “The Phenom” last appeared for WWE when he and Kane lost to DX at the Crown Jewel event in November. The Undertaker has just made another appearance but not for WWE. Instead, The Undertaker appears in a short documentary from Onnit Stories detailing the lives of aspiring wrestlers currently working on the independent scene, particularly tag team wrestlers Aaron Solow and Ricky Starks. The legendary wrestler comes in at around the six-minute mark and shares some words on his experiences and challenges in the business. The full video featuring The Undertaker has been posted below and is definitely worth a watch:

The drama, the excitement, and heartbreak, and all other aspects from Nikki and Brie Bella’s lives will be coming back very soon. A trailer for the upcoming season of the E! network’s Total Bellas has just been released online. Judging by the trailer for the series, it will be focused on Nikki and Brie’s return to the ring in late 2018, as well as their family issues. This will be the fourth season of the show and it will also mark the first season of Total Bellas to not feature John Cena. Cena and Bella split up last year after a 6-year relationship. Will Nikki be able to find love on this new season, and how were the sisters able to train for their wrestling comebacks. Answers for all of these questions should be provided on Total Bellas premiering on January 13th at 9pm ET.

Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods, and Big E have remained a cohesive unit for over four years now. As The New Day, the trio has reached great success in WWE, including 5 tag team titles reigns with one of those being the longest single run with the championships in WWE history. However, Bryan Alvarez of F4WOnline.com just informed fans that Vince McMahon is considering making some changes to the team. Alvarez did not go into specifics nor did he mention if this means splitting the group up. He also said that WWE officials have been looking into changing up The New Day for quite some time, but they’ve never pulled the trigger. It will certainly be interesting to see what WWE does for the fan-favorite team in 2019.