10 Reasons why The Undertaker is the greatest WWE Superstar of all time
How highly debatable is this topic? Every fan discusses it amongst his or her friend circle in fervour. WWE certainly gives us their official take on it. Wrestlers doing interviews generally offer their two pence worth on the issue as well.
Determining the greatest WWE Superstar of all time though, is a task and a half. Subjectivity cries out at each aspect of comparison between wrestlers for it is the way in which the industry functions. There is no formula that, upon strict adherence, yields stardom and greatness in the WWE.
Stone Cold Steve Austin arguably created the greatest global impact for the WWE within a short span of time. Hulk Hogan, aptly prefixed with ‘Immortal’, has ensured that his legacy has endured through decades. Shawn Michaels probably runs off with the title of the greatest showman, while Triple H is on the cusp of inheriting the whole company.
Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart’s technical in-ring dexterity was undisputed and The Rock’s massive success in both the WWE and in Hollywood is evidential of the man’s unparalleled ability to entertain. Brock Lesnar is the only man in the world to unite the NCAA, WWE and the UFC Championships, a feat that will find replication near impossible, and John Cena has been THE quintessential company man in the past decade.
Each of these wrestlers boast of their own, respective claim to fame – a valid and relevant reason why they should be considered the greatest WWE superstar of all time.
And then, there is the Phenom. Come Wrestlemania 32, the rumour mills claim to be the end of his career, but even if that were true, what a storied career Mark Calaway has enjoyed. Here then, is a look back at his ethereal legacy that has held the WWE Universe captive through the ages.
Here is a look at 10 reasons why The Undertaker can be considered to be the greatest Superstar in WWE History.