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Undertaker and Batista speculated to enter the WWE Hall Of Fame next year

The career and the inevitable retirement of the Phenom have been making the rounds ever since WrestleMania 33. While those talks shut down with The Undertaker’s eventual return at WrestleMania earlier this year as well as multiple shows including the Greatest Royal Rumble and The Super Show Down, it seems as if the veteran will finally hang up his boots come WrestleMania 35.

Joe Peisich claimed on the No Holds Barred Wrestling podcast that The Deadman will eventually retire at WrestleMania 35 while also entering the WWE Hall Of Fame as well. Apart from the Undertaker, “The Animal” Batista is another name that is speculated to enter the Hall Of Fame. Peisich said:

“It looks like the Undertaker will be, from what I hear, retiring officially at WrestleMania this year, and go into the Hall of Fame before WrestleMania. I hear Undertaker and Batista are the two marquee names for Hall of Fame induction.”

Batista is currently slated for an appearance at SmackDown 1000 and is expected to hang around till the Grandest Stage Of Them All in a short-term deal with the company.

 


  • oppa

    Taker may go into the Hall by himself according to some reports in the past. He’s the only name Vince would consider doing that for. The only other person who would get that honor would be Vince since it would basically be his public memorial service.

  • Sparti Love

    It’s either one or the other next year, not both because both are headliners

  • Rob ‘Richard Hammond’ Picken

    Vader, Davey Boy Smith, The Hart Foundation as a group (it’s the only way I see Owen Hart getting inducted) all should go in before Batista..

  • Whistling Joe

    Taker should go in next year, since this seems to be the Undertaker retirement tour that he’s on, but Batista is a HOF headliner, save him for another year.

  • Nicholas Giambattista

    I believe it still going to be John Cena who retires the Undertaker.