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WWE’s Undertaker reveals his Nando’s order and thanks restaurant for cheeky tribute

Cheeky… (Photo: WWE UK/Nando’s)

Nando’s has paid tribute to The Undertaker and promised to reserve the WWE legend a table when he’s able to return.

The Dead Man made headlines last year when he popped into the Lothian Road branch in Edinburgh last year, and now the restaurant has honoured the memorable visit.

Sharing a photo of Taker’s iconic hat and coat on the very same table he was pictured at, the branch’s official Facebook account offered some kind words ahead of his final farewell at Survivor Series this weekend.

They wrote: ‘On Friday 13 aka the scariest day of the year, a throwback to when the Undertaker dropped by Nando’s Lothian Road last year…

‘Congratulations on your 30th anniversary. Consider this table permanently reserved…’

Even the Dead Man loves Nando’s (Photo: WWE)

It seems WWE’s resident Phenom is ready to take them up on the offer, as he responded with a suitably cheeky reply.

He said: ‘Thank you. I’ll be back when I can. Have 15 wings waiting for me… and make them hotter than hell.’

The amazing exchange comes as WWE fans are preparing to say goodbye to the undead living legend on November 22, which in turn comes after Taker announced his retirement earlier this year.

‘I believe I’m at a place now, post-Boneyard – which was a hellacious battle against one of the best in the business [AJ Styles].

‘Here you are, climbing on your motorcycle and taking off. There was a lot of thought and a lot of emotion, one of those being, “Are you happy enough with that?”

‘It was a powerful moment. You don’t necessarily always get those. If there was ever a perfect ending to a career, that right there was it.’

Meanwhile, BT Sport viewers in the UK will be able to get ready for Survivor Series with Undertaker Week, as the broadcaster celebrates his career with classic matches, documentaries, fresh content and more.

*The Undertaker’s final WWE farewell is set for Survivor Series on November, 22. Tune in on BT Sport Box Office and the WWE Network.


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