Mark Calaway, The Undertaker to be inducted into WWE Hall of Fame

Mark Calaway, better known as The Undertaker, will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame on April 1, 2022, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, 24 hours before WrestleMania 38 begins.
Calaway made his way to World Championship Wrestling after rising up via regional territories in the late 1980s, according to the CBSSports website, where he had an unsuccessful tenure as “Mean Mark” Callous.
Calaway joined the World Wrestling Federation in 1990 and was given the gimmick Kane The Undertaker, which was immediately modified to just The Undertaker before his broadcast debut at Survivor Series in November of that year.
He would spend decades as one of WWE’s biggest stars, reinventing himself several times as he transitioned between characters including being a zombie undertaker, a cult leader and the motorcycle-riding “American Badass.”
Along the way, he would be surrounded by characters such as managers Brother Love and Paul Bearer and his storyline brother, Kane.
The ‘Dead man’ also famously won his first 21 matches at WrestleMania, establishing “The Streak” as one of pro wrestling’s most famous accomplishments.
In total, The Undertaker held world championships seven times along with seven tag team championship runs.
He also won the 2007 Royal Rumble.

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