Two years ago, The Undertaker ended his historic 30-year career in the WWE.
At Wrestlemania weekend in his home state of Texas, The Undertaker will be the first inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
The Undertaker, real name Mark Calaway, began his career in the WWE back at the 1990 Survivor Series as a mystery opponent for the Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase.
Since then, he was a staple in the company, as he won many WWE Championships and built up an impressive Wrestlemania undefeated streak that went from Wrestlemania 7 all the way to Wrestlemania 30; 21 straight victories before he was defeated by Brock Lesnar.
The Undertaker’s last match was at Wrestlemania 36 in a victory over AJ Styles. Because of the pandemic, they were able to film it in advance like a movie would be as opposed to being inside a ring or an arena.
At Survivor Series later that year in an arena but with the fans being virtually, The Undertaker came out one last time and announced that he was done wrestling and his character would “Rest in Peace.”
Now, he’ll get to be forever celebrated and enshrined in the WWE’s Hall of Fame, and rightfully so.