WWE Hall of Fame: 5 Current Stars Who Should Be Inducted

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The Undertaker

Nobody can deny that The Undertaker deserves a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame, he could even be given his own wing and that would still probably not be enough to fit in all the great things that The Undertaker has done.

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You could probably argue that Mark Calaway has made The Undertaker character the greatest achievement of Vince McMahon’s time as the boss of WWE. He made his debut as the mystery partner as part of the Million Dollar Team at the 1990 Survivor Series. His most recent appearances have been as part of the build to WrestleMania 32 and a match with Shane McMahon inside Hell in a Cell. In between he’s thrown men off the top of Hell in a Cell, had a fake Undertaker try to take his place, battled and teamed with his storyline brother Kane, lead the Ministry of Darkness, been the American Badass, won titles, build a WrestleMania streak and had more epic matches than any other man or woman in WWE history.

If you talk to any wrestling fan there’s a 99% chance they’ll know who The Undertaker is. In a career spanning close to 30 years he has proved he should be a WWE Hall of Famer when he decides to hang up his boots. Many people thought that he may be headed for the Hall of Fame the night before WrestleMania 32, what with it being in his home state of Texas. While he is still actively a part of the WWE roster though there is no rush to get The Deadman into a Hall of Fame Class. Having said that though it can’t be long before we hear that familiar gong, see that lightning strike and have an aisle lined with Druids, as The Undertaker walks up to that podium.

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