The Undertaker is set for his Hall of Fame induction as part of Class of 2022. WWE’s resident Deadman will be immortalized into the Hall of Fame tonight immediately following SmackDown.
The legendary Phenom has an impressive resume and his WrestleMania streak speaks for itself. The Undertaker is 23-2 on the Showcase of the Immortals. His only two losses came at the hands of Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns.
Former WWE superstar Bray Wyatt squared off against Taker at WrestleMania 31 in 2015. The Eater of the Worlds came up short against the Reaper of Souls, but managed to make an impression on Taker.
Wyatt took to Twitter Friday (April 1) to pay his respects to The Undertaker ahead of the latter’s Hall of Fame induction. The former WWE champion said it was an honor sharing the ring with the soon-to-be Hall of Famer.
Paying my respects to @undertaker
The word legend is thrown around a lot these days, but no one owns that title like The Deadman does. It was an honor every time I stepped in the ring with him. For my money he is the best to ever lace ‘em up. I’m happy for you man! Well deserved
The real-life Windham Rotunda earlier in the day updated fans regarding his whereabouts. Wyatt said he had arrived in Dallas for WrestleMania weekend. We’ll have to wait and see what surprise he pulls next.
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