The Undertaker Names His WWE Mount Rushmore

The Undertaker Names His WWE Mount Rushmore WWE

The Undertaker has an incomparable legacy in WWE and he has now named the wrestlers whose legacy would get them on his Mount Rushmore.

Speaking to Ariel Helwani for BT Sport, The Undertaker said:

“Andre, Flair.

“Those two are easy.

“Andre, what he meant to the business, most people don’t realize what he meant to the business because it was before cable and all the places that he had to go.

“Yeah, I would have loved to have just been in the ring with Andre.”

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The WWE Hall of Famer would touch upon how difficult it is to name just four, saying:

“There’s so many different parameters here, like who’s an in-ring talent, who’s this. who’s that?

“I’m just going to go with their effect on the industry.”

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He would then name all four, stating:

“I’m going to go Andre, Flair, Austin and Hogan, probably.”

Helwani would note that the final name took a “little bit to come out”

“You know why. It is what it is. He is the golden goose.

“It doesn’t get much bigger than Austin and Hogan. Their impact on the industry was crazy.”

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In the interview, The Phenom would also reflect on the classic Undertaker look and how that is now “gone”.

He would also reveal that he got into a bit of an argument with Vince McMahon when they spoke about Vince’s retirement.

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