The Undertaker is one of the most famous characters in pro wrestling history. He has retired and is soon going to be a Hall of Famer, and no one can deny that he is among the greatest WWE Superstars of all time.
Mark Callaway, the man who played the Undertaker on WWE TV, lived the gimmick. Since there was no social media back then, many fans believed the Undertaker was a real character and not a human being playing it.
The Undertaker got married to Sara Frank in the year 2000. During their relationship, the Deadman got a tattoo of his wife’s name on his nick. However, they got divorced in 2007, which was why the Undertaker had to do something about the tattoo.
Now if the fans notice, in the neck region of the Deadman, there is a tattoo of a chain like thing, which has erased the name Sara from his neck.
I would be on board for Undertaker being the sole inductee into the Hall of Fame: Mr. Kennedy
As mentioned ahead, the Undertaker is set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame this year. Many fans and pro wrestling experts have suggested that the Deadman should be the sole inductee into the Hall of Fame, meaning no one else should be inducted into the class of 2022 alongside the Phenom.
Here’s what Ken Anderson, aka Mr. Kennedy, had to say about it during an interview with Sportskeeda:
“The way that he handles locker room politics, he has always been very fair. I would be on board for Undertaker being the sole inductee into the Hall of Fame for one year.”
It will be interesting to see whether WWE takes this route or announces more names to be inducted into the Hall of Fame along with the Deadman this year.