The Undertaker's WWE Mount Rushmore doesn't have Ric Flair or Hulk Hogan

The Undertaker's WWE Mount Rushmore doesn't have Ric Flair or Hulk Hogan

The Undertaker has been a truly iconic figure of WWE for years.

One of the greatest to ever do it, many may wonder who would feature in The Deadman’s list of all-time greats.

Appearing on Kevin Hart’s YouTube show Cold as Balls at the backend of last year, The Undertaker stated that Andre the Giant, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and Shawn Michaels were all on his personal Mount Rushmore.

You cannot argue that The Undertaker’s list is truly phenomenal.

However, there may be a few WWE fans that may be surprised about the exclusion of Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair

The pair transformed the sport of WWE and will go down as legends, but they clearly didn’t do enough to warrant a place on ‘Taker’s Mt Rushmore.

With that being said, Andre the Giant, Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and Shawn Michaels were all unique in their own right.

As for The Undertaker, he enjoyed a jaw-dropping career that spanned over three decades.

Making his debut in the 1980s, The Undertaker was a true entertainer and would always catch the eye of many across the globe.

After making his WrestleMania debut at ‘Mania VII on March 24, 1991, defeating Jimmy Snuka, The Undertaker would go on to enjoy a glittering career in wrestling.

His WrestleMania record was quite simply outstanding.

He defeated the likes of Kane, Triple H, Ric Flair, Randy Orton, Batista, Shawn Michaels and many more.

He would only lose twice at WrestleMania, against Brock Lesnar and Roman Reigns. Either way, his career wins are still impressive.

Now, The Undertaker is enjoying the retirement life, but in his prime, he was always putting on a show for the WWE faithful.

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The Undertaker made his WWE debut in 1990

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