The Undertaker is one of the most powerful Superstars in WWE history. Despite being one of the most famous superstars in the history company, WWE is said to be famous because of the phenomenon. No one can complain about the Deadman’s skill and athleticism, and the respect he’s earned is second to none.
The Undertaker is one of the most established and popular Superstars in the entire wrestling world. Not only was he popular, but he made WWE one of the greatest wrestling companies of all time. His long list of accomplishments is hard to beat and Undertaker has always been a true Hall of Famer inductee.
2022 wasn’t the first time Undertaker had the opportunity to be inducted into the Hall of Fame
The Undertaker recently responded to his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2022, announcing that it wasn’t the first time he’d been presented with the opportunity to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. Here’s what he revealed:
“I’m just a bit overwhelmed with the speech. It’s the most obvious thing I’ve had to do since putting together a WrestleMania match. I’ve been pretty stress free for the past few years since the Boneyard match. After a 30+ year career in WWE, talking and trying to be different and not act like most people do has become a quest in itself.”
“This is actually the second time I’ve been inducted into the Hall of Fame, so I wasn’t that shocked this time. I turned it down the first time because I knew I had work to do. I wasn’t at the point where I was ready to let go and say it’s over. So this time I’ve made my peace and I’m honored and humbled that they induct me.”
“It was, I want to say, after Brock WrestleMania, I think it was after. In my head, I couldn’t end up with a match I didn’t remember. I had a concussion and I don’t even remember having that match. So I wanted to have at least one match to remember, so over the next few years I kept working here and there trying to go with that optimistic note. Luckily we had the Boneyard match and I was like, ‘Okay that’s it, I think I’m good, it’s time to call it quits.’ Now here we are.” – WrestlingInc
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