We end this list with arguably the greatest WWE superstar of all time, The Undertaker. I don't think I need to tell you why Undertaker deserves to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame after he retires, but I will anyway.
He has been with WWE for 21 years and he's been a pro wrestler since 1984. Since the start of his WWF/E career, Undertaker has never strayed far from the main event, but he has never exactly been the "face" of the company, instead allowing people like The Rock, Stone Cold and John Cena to take on that role.
A big part of his success has been attributed to his incredible gimmick, "The Deadman." He plays this role to perfection and while it may seem tuned down recently as opposed to the satanic Undertaker of the late '90s, it is still perhaps the best gimmick in the business today. Undertakers in-ring abilities are surprisingly good for someone of his size.
He has had many five star matches in his career against numerous opponents. As for his mic skills, don't let the fact that he doesn't talk much any more delude you as Undertaker's mic skills are always perfectly suited to his gimmick, whether it's the biker gimmick of the attitude and post-attitude era or the deadman gimmick he is most famous for.
I see the Undertaker disappearing after Wrestlemania 28, after winning his match, having one last match at Wrestlemania 29, which he loses, putting and end to the streak and his career. He will have a big retirement tribute the next night on RAW, but he will not be there. I don't think he will ever be seen again on WWE television until he is inducted at Wrestlemania 30, as the leader of his induction class He'll probably be inducted with his old manager, Paul Bearer.
Undertaker's accomplishments in WWE/F are many and telling. they include being a three-time World Heavyweight champion, a four-time WWF/E champion, a one-time WWF Hardcore champion, a six-time WWE tag team champion, a one-time WCW tag team champion, the 2007 Royal Rumble and of course, his legendary 19-0 undefeated streak at Wrestlemania.
Who should induct him—The boss, Vince McMahon.