10 WWE Superstars who can continue The Undertaker's legacy
We pick ten logical successors to The Phenom
Through countless eras of WWE, there has been one constant throughout. We know him as The Undertaker, a near seven-foot man who hardly ever broke character, who was beloved by generations of fans, and who always had the respect of his peers and co-workers in the locker room.
We saw his last hurrah at WrestleMania 33, when he left his trademark trench coat and hat in the middle of the ring, walking away for the very last time, after losing to Roman Reigns in the main event spot of the mammoth pay-per-view. In his wake, he left a void nearly seven feet tall and impossible to fill.
We pick ten men who could continue his massive legacy, embodying one or more of the qualities that made him so special. Of course, this man would not be an imitation, but at best, a tribute to the living legend.
Here are our contenders for the big role. Let us know what you think, in the comments below.
#10 Finn Balor
The aura of The Undertaker began right from when the man's music hit, and the audience fell into the thrall of his captivating spell. Finn Balor, when he taps into his dark side, can also summon the forces of darkness and unleash a character that is the embodiment of creepiness. It also helps that he's also one of the world's best in-ring performers.
WWE has also been protecting this particular character since it first made its debut and even put the Universal Championship on its shoulders. Bear in mind that The Demon King avatar has never lost on the main roster. For the most part, it was also protected while in NXT.
Finn Balor has a long way to go before he can command the same respect and mystique as The Undertaker. For now, though, he's doing pretty well for himself as one of the top babyfaces on RAW.