While the wrestling industry has not been this exciting and entertaining in years, the Attitude Era will still have a massive place in the hearts of millions. The rich history of the industry has brought forward some of the most iconic and talented superstars to light. While some grinded their way to the top, some couldn’t connect with the fans with that intensity. 

However, one name who will forever be one of the biggest superstars in the history of professional wrestling is the Undertaker. The WWE Hall of Famer has earned his place in the Mount Rushmore of numerous stars and millions of fans around the world, thanks to his intense character work and significant in-ring performances. 

While a plethora of stars consider him as the greatest of all-time, the Deadman recently revealed his own Mount Rushmore of professional wrestling. On a recent episode of Six Feet Under with Mark Calaway, the legend named Andre the Giant, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, and Stone Cold Steve Austin as the biggest names from his point of view. 

“Andre The Giant, Hulk Hogan, Ric Flair, and Stone Cold [Steve Austin]. Those four guys are not the greatest wrestlers that have ever come down the pike. Those guys aren’t the best psychologists.”


The four names on the Hall of Famer’s Mount Rushmore have undoubtedly made huge contributions to the pro-wrestling industry. Them along with the Undertaker and a few more big names are the reason wrestling has been relevant for so many decades and is at its peak in the recent months. 

What are your thoughts on the Undertaker’s Mount Rushmore of professional wrestlers? Drop them down in the comment section below.

Ishaan Rathi

Ishaan has been a follower of wrestling for more than a decade now. His passion to learn new things and enhance his skills has helped him get experience as a writer at websites like GiveMeSport and Fansided. He has also held content manager and editorial roles in FirstSportz before. Apart from wrestling, Ishaan seeks to take time and watch movies and TV shows.

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