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The Undertaker to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame

The 56-year-old will be honored in Dallas, Texas, as part of WWE WrestleMania 38 weekend.

The first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame has been announced as The Undertaker will be enshrined as part of this year's ceremony at WrestleMania 38 in Dallas, Texas.

The ceremony will air live on Peacock and WWE Network after SmackDown on Friday, April 1st. For the first time, they will hold the event on the same night as as SmackDown as a doubleheader for fans.

The 56-year-old Houston, Texas, native born Mark Calaway made his WWE debut in October 1990 as Kane The Undertaker which was eventually changed. He made his TV debut at that November's Survivor Series as a surprise addition to Ted DiBiase's Million Dollar Team.

He won his first WWE Championship by defeating Hulk Hogan at the following year's Survivor Series, a title he would win four times. He also won the World title three times, the WWE Tag Team titles six times, the WCW Tag Team titles once and the WWE Hardcore title once.

His last "match" came at WrestleMania 36 in March 2020 when he defeated AJ Styles in a cinematic Boneyard match while his last actual in-ring bout came a month prior in Saudi Arabia in a gauntlet match that he won.

He was honored at the 2020 Survivor Series after 30 years with WWE, closing the show with a short promo saying it was time for him to rest in peace. He did his traditional pose while a hologram of former manager Paul Bearer was projected. Earlier that year, he said he was retiring as part of his Last Ride docuseries on WWE Network.