The Undertaker, The Phenom, The Deadman.. Mark William Calaway has had many names but one title he has yet still accomplished is WWE Hall Of Famer.
That all could change in 2022 as WWE officials are actively discussing The Undertaker to headline the 2022 WWE Hall Of Fame class.
The Undertaker born March, 24th 1965 from Houston, TX would make a full circle by entering the WWE Hall Of Fame in Dallas, Texas his home state.
In October 1990, Calaway signed with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). He made his debut as Kane the Undertaker at a taping of Superstars on November 19, 1990. Calaway made his official on-camera debut on November 22nd, 1990 at Survivor Series as a heel when he was the mystery partner of Ted DiBiase’s Million Dollar Team.
The Undertaker’s WrestleMania win streak of 21-0 will never be duplicated in the professional wrestling world and many professional wrestlers considered facing The Undertaker at WrestleMania greater than a World Championship opportunity.
The Undertaker’s last match was a cinematic “Boneyard Match” against AJ Styles at WrestleMania 36. Vince McMahon has been in contact with The Undertaker to make some sort of guest appearance at WrestleMania 37 in Tampa, FL but at the time of this writing no official deal has been made.
The Undertaker has made it very clear he is retired from professional in-ring competition which was evident by his retirement announcement during “The Last Ride” documentary The WWE Network special.
The Undertaker WWE Hall Of Fame induction ceremony would make for a storybook ending for a wrestler that has reached heights that many professional wrestlers will never reach. Kane has been discussed to induct The Undertaker at the 2022 WWE Hall Of Fame, stay tuned to Slice Wrestling for the latest updates.