The Undertaker is on Cameo for a special cause and he is charging a bomb

WWE legend, The Undertaker, made his way into Cameo as the promotion prepares to celebrate his 30 years in the business.

Survivor Series 2020 will commemorate The Deadman’s debut and career in the company, and there are some grand plans from WWE.

The undertaker came out in his Deadman persona
The Undertaker came out in his Deadman persona in his last match (WWE)

Taker is still one of the biggest draws in WWE and this seems to be the plan for the promotion to make extra money.

They had warned other stars from continuing using their names on third-party outlets, such as YouTube and Cameo, and that even led to the release of some stars such as Zelina Vega.

However, Taker on Cameo seems to be a money grab and the charges for his personalised video are huge.

How much is The Undertaker charging for his Cameo videos?

Firstly, there are only 30 videos that Taker will be making as part of the celebrations. The price for each video is a whopping $1,000, as confirmed by the Cameo page.

While many WWE stars also had their pages a while back, none of them crossed three figures when it came to these videos.

The undertaker against Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30
The Undertaker took on Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30 (WWE)

Taker is a big deal but a $1,000 does seem a little steep. Nevertheless, it would be amazing for someone to get a personalised video and former WWE star Matt Cardona had plans too.

Zack Ryder, as Cardona was called in WWE, made a few appearances on AEW but was released after his deal ended.

He has other interests like his podcast and wrestling figure collection. Cardona claimed that he could use Taker’s Cameo video and use it for his podcast:

Taker making Cameos provides a hint of how WWE plans to make money off such outlets. This is a potential goldmine for Vince McMahon, especially after learning that Zelina Vega was making more money on Twitch than she did in WWE.

McMahon is a businessman and exploiting Cameo and other outlets seem best for business, even if the stars have to close down their accounts.

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