Undertaker is one of the WWE‘s biggest legends following his stunning 28-year career that saw him becoming a seven-time world champion and beating some of the all-time greats like Stone Cold Steve Austin, Hulk Hogan, The Rock and many more.
Taker also stands out thanks to his larger-than-life character that introduced darker and more sinister gimmicks in the world of professional wrestling.
That in turn led to a series of iconic Casket, Hell in a Cell as well as Inferno Matches along with a number of unforgettable storylines.
The Deadman’s incredible career has landed him legions of fans and even helped him win over WWE management as McMahon now considers him as the sport’s biggest ever icon, according to Ringside News.
The on-screen RAW Commissioner told Planeta Wrestling: “A character that’s impressed me the most has to be The Undertaker.
“I mean he really is. He is the most iconic superstar in WWE history.
“So I would have to say him.
“Those iconic characters, God, that’s what WWE is all about, we’re storytellers.
“We create these larger-than-life personalities that people can relate to.
“People can either cheer to see them win or boo to see them lose and that’s what it’s all about.
“It’s this interactive community that I’m just proud to be a part of.”
Undertaker now works on a part-time basis with WWE due to his advanced age of 53 and his long history of injuries.
The Phenom’s last match took place at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia where he teamed up with his scripted brother Kane.
However, The Brothers of Destruction lost to the reunited D-Generation X, consisting of Triple H and the returning Shawn Michaels.