WWE today announced that The Undertaker will be headlining the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2022 this coming April on the eve of WrestleMania.
With a career spanning over three decades and a WrestleMania record that will likely never be matched, the 56-year-old Phenom has done it all in the wrestling business and an induction into the Hall of Fame is the final accolade for him in this industry.
The Undertaker had his last match at WrestleMania 36 in a Boneyard match against AJ Styles and then had a send off – in an empty arena – at the Survivor Series, exactly 30 years after his incredible WWE debut.
But while we have not seen him since then, the Dead Man will get his one final entrance in front of thousands of people at the AT&T Stadium at WrestleMania when WWE presents its Hall of Fame class.
The Undertaker will give his first comments on his Hall of Fame induction when he joins The TODAY Show tomorrow morning on NBC.
A near five-minute video celebrating The Undertaker’s legendary career with Metallica’s song Sad But True and Kid Rock’s American Bad Ass has just been published by WWE and you can see it below.