One of the most legendary WWE Superstars in history will take his place in the Hall of Fame.
WWE today announced The Undertaker will be inducted into its Hall of Fame Class of 2022 as part of WrestleMania 38 weekend in Dallas, Texas.
Undertaker retired at Suvivor Series 2020, officially bringing an end to his 30-year career that began at the same event in 1990.
Over those three decades, Undertaker won seven world titles as well as tag team titles, the Hardcore Championship, and the 2007 Royal Rumble.
The Deadman endeared himself to Kiwis by headlining tours of New Zealand in 2006 and 2008.
But The Undertaker is perhaps best known for amassing an unparalleled 21-0 undefeated streak between WrestleManias 7 and 29. His overall WrestleMania record stands at 25-2.
“Absolutely no one has had as big an effect over as long of a career as Undertaker,” Triple H tweeted. “He is the measuring stick of this industry, in and out of the ring, and now takes his well-deserved place in the WWE Hall of Fame!”
The WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony will air live from American Airlines Center in Dallas Texas on Saturday, April 2 (New Zealand time) exclusively on WWE Network.
— WWE (@WWE) February 18, 2022