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Update On The Undertaker’s WWE Hall Of Fame Induction

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A new report has provided an update on The Undertaker’s impending WWE Hall Of Fame induction amidst rumours he is to be inducted as the sole act in the Class Of 2022.

The Undertaker built a 30 year WWE career like no other, digging holes and taking soles on his way to seven world championships in the company. It was WrestleMania that the Deadman made his own however with his legendary Streak being the star attraction at the event for several years.

It was announced to great celebration by fans and The Undertaker’s peers that he is going to be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame in his home state of Texas during WrestleMania week. Many had speculated that given his contributions to the company, The Undertaker might be the only inductee in the Class of 2022.

That honour that has only been bestowed upon the late Andre The Giant who was the sole inductee when the WWE Hall Of Fame was formed in 1993.

Now WrestleVotes have reported that although a solo induction for the Deadman had been considered, it doesn’t now look likely:

“Although the idea was in fact considered, I’m told The Undertaker will not be a “solo” inductee at this year’s Hall of Fame. Source expects additional names will be announced soon, potentially starting tomorrow.”

The Undertaker hung up his boots following his WrestleMania 36 main event against AJ Styles. The two men met in a cinematic Boneyard Match which headlined night one of the first two night WrestleMania.