The LegnedFor over two decades, The Deadman emerged over the WWE landscape as an ominous shadow. Imbued with mystical abilities and supernatural authorized in the ring, The Undertaker has a significant way to the WWE legends and no list would be complete without it.
Appearing for the first time in 1990 at Survivor Series, The Phenom debut as the newest member of the team of Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Team. It did not wait long for it confronts Hulk Hogan, the top of the food chain in WWE at the time. This conflict gave the tone of the dominant career of the Undertaker. No one was too big and no one was safe from his gloved hands.
A multiple heavyweight champion and WWE belts holders six times per team and winner of the Royal Rumble in 2007, the achievements of the Undertaker in WWE cemented its place as the best in the ring. But a performance rises above the other; one that will never be surpassed. Since the defeat of 'Superfly' Jimmy Snuka at WrestleMania VII in 1991, Undertaker took advantage of a stunning series win 20 * 0 in Show of Shows. Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Jake 'The Snake' Roberts, Randy Orton, Kevin Nash and more fell to the feet Deadman, suggesting the WWE Universe tainted.
A true pioneer of rings, The Undertaker also took part in numerous first, like the first Hell in a Cell Match in October 1997, the first ever Casket Match at Survivor Series 1992 and the inaugural Buried Alive match in 1996.
Faced with all kinds of challenges, The Phenom proved stronger and more impressive than ever, serving as terrible reaper justice in sports entertainment, its constant name as the epitaph engraved on the WWE history books. It seems that no drops will retain seput; no god can claim and no demon possess it. Finally, there is a proper place for the Almighty Deadman: the Hall of Fame WWE.