2 WWE Superstars who could headline Hall of Fame this year
The Road to WrestleMania began with Royal Rumble last month and fans are eagerly awaiting the arrival of the biggest weekend in the world of sports entertainment.
WrestleMania weekend consists of NXT TakeOver, WrestleMania itself, of course, Monday Night RAW and SmackDown Live. But there is one more very important night in the WrestleMania weekend, that every fan eagerly waits for is The Hall Of Fame Induction ceremony.
Every year, a couple of legends are inducted into this prestigious list of WWE Superstars who have played a crucial part in getting WWE to where it is today. It is these Superstars, who made the fans tune in to their TV sets or watch the events live.
With no announcements yet about who will be entering the Hall of Fame this year, fans are eager to know which Superstar will be headlining the induction ceremony this year.
In this article, let's take a look at 2 possible WWE Superstars who could headline this year's Hall Of Fame. Let us know your comments and thoughts.
#1 The Undertaker
The Undertaker is arguably the biggest WWE Superstar in the history of the company. In his case, it's not a question of "if" but "when" he'll get inducted into the Hall of Fame.
He started his wrestling career in 1984, before joining the World Wrestling Federation in 1990. With a storied career of almost 3 decades, Taker has always been at the top of the wrestling mountain.
He has held 17 championships in WWE/F, including 4-time WWE/F Champion and 3-time World Heavyweight Champion. He also won the Royal Rumble in 2007.
But his biggest achievement is his undefeated WrestleMania streak of 21-0, which was broken by Brock Lesnar at WrestleMania 30. Many fans (including me) believe that this record of his will never be broken or repeated in the future.
The Undertaker is such a huge Superstar, that whenever he gets inducted, he has to be the Headliner. No one else can headline the Hall of Fame in which Taker gets in. Such is his stature. The Hall of Fame deserves him, more than the other way around.
With the recent rumors of him being "officially retired" as an in-ring wrestler, it is very likely that WWE will induct its Dead Man into the Hall of Fame and give him all the respect that he deserves. His Hall of Fame speech would be the most interesting one, to say the least!
Also, who better to induct him into the Hall of Fame than his kayfabe brother and the other half of The Brothers of Destruction, Kane.