‘Deadman’ The Undertaker to Be Immortalized Forever

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WWE is going to pay tribute to The Undertaker in an incredible fashion. They are inducting The Phenom into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 1st at a historic event. However, that is not the only honor The Undertaker will receive. WWE has planned a groundbreaking gesture that will honor The Deadman amongst some of his greatest opponents.

The Deadman is one of the greatest to ever do it. There is hardly a WWE Superstar present who can ever match his legacy. The Phenom has won world championships, headlined premium live events, and done almost everything there is to do in the business. Additionally, his undefeated streak at WrestleMania leaves him in a league of his own. Hence, there is no one more deserving of this honor.

How is WWE honoring The Undertaker?

WWE recently announced on its WrestleMania Twitter account that The Phenom will receive his own statue. Moreover, the unveiling will be a star-studded event as the guests include Triple H, Kane, and Shawn Michaels. These three men have played a major role in The Undertaker’s career.


The fans of The Undertaker rejoiced after this announcement on social media. There is no doubt amongst the whole wrestling world that The Phenom deserves this honor.

There is no career that deserves this honor more than the legendary three-decade-long career of The Deadman. One of the most excited people is his wife, former WWE Superstar Michelle McCool.


Which other WWE legends have received statues by WWE?

The Undertaker is joining an esteemed class of performers who have received such statues. The list includes industry legends like Andre the Giant, Bruno Sammartino, Rowdy Roddy Piper, Ric Flair, and others. However, the Undertaker’s inclusion in this esteemed list makes it even more prestigious than before.

The Deadman remained the cornerstone of WWE for the longest time. Throughout the Monday Night Wars in the late 1990s, he remained loyal to WWE even when others jumped ship. He has not only entertained fans for 30 years but also helped many wrestlers backstage with his immense knowledge of the business.

Since The Undertaker retired in 2020, he has pulled back the curtain on his incredible career to give fans a much anticipated peek. Consequently, his Hall of Fame speech and now this statue ceremony are being highly looked forward to by the WWE Universe.

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