The Undertaker inducted into WWE Hall of Fame in Class of 2022

The Undertaker has been announced as the first entrant into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2022.

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By Blesson Daniel | Feb 19, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

The Undertaker has been announced as the inaugural entrant into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2022. It’s only fitting that Mark Callaway, who has portrayed The Undertaker for the last three decades, be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame induction ceremony takes place on April 1 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas.

In an announcement, WWE revealed, “The Undertaker just became the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame’s Class of 2022, as first announced by the New York Post.”

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The Undertaker and his debut

WWE’s longest-tenured superstar, The Undertaker announced his retirement in November of 2020. This was about 30 years after his debut at Survivor Series in 1990.

At WrestleMania 38, he faced off against AJ Styles in a cinematic-style bout. Since then, The Undertaker has mostly avoided television.

As Glenn Jacobs’ character Kane was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame earlier this year, it’s now time for the “Deadman” to follow suit.

Undertaker has a 30-year career and seven world championships to his name. In the main event of the 1991 Survivor Series, he defeated Hulk Hogan to win his first WWE title.

In the following 19 years, the Undertaker would hold six more championships, but he was more than just a titleholder. Iconic battles like the Casket, Buried, Alive, and Inferno will always be a part of his legacy. On top of that, he competed in the inaugural WWE Hell in a Cell match. Here he showed his skills in what went on to be one of the company’s most known bouts in history.


In addition to being a multi-time world champion, Undertaker was a seven-time tag-team champion and won the Royal Rumble in 2007, when he defeated Shawn Michaels, becoming the first man to win the tournament after entering at No. 30.

However, the one Undertaker feat that stood head and shoulders above the others was his 21-0 record at WrestleMania, the immortals’ showcase.

The run started in 1991 when Undertaker defeated Jimmy ‘Superfly’ Snuka, and the ‘Deadman’ never lost at WrestleMania for the next 20 years.

But, as they say, all good things must come to an end, and Brock Lesnar snapped the streak in 2014.

Nonetheless, Undertaker continued to compete in the company’s greatest event, ultimately finishing with a staggering 25-2 record at the grandest stage of them all.