The Undertaker has been officially inducted into the 2022 Class of WWE Hall of Fame by WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. Over his legendary career that spanned more than three decades, he has achieved multiple accomplishments and has had memorable matches with the former WWE stars, Jeff Hardy and Bray Wyatt.
Vince McMahon named Bray Wyatt and Jeff Hardy
Vince himself name-dropped several WWE stars with whom Taker had huge matches and the list included Hardy and Wyatt. Others he mentioned were, ‘The Superfly’ Jimmy Snuka, Jake Roberts, Bret Hart, Giant Gonzalez, King Kong Bundy, Diesel/Kevin Nash, Sid, Kane, Big Boss Man, Brian Lee or Taker himself, Ric Flair, Big Show, Bill Goldberg, Rey Mysterio, Mark Henry, Kama, The Great Khali, Mabel, Yokozuna, AJ Styles, Roman Reigns, Bret Hart again, JBL, Booker T, Kamala, Kurt Angle, Goldust, Vader, The Ultimate Warrior, Hulk Hogan, Shane McMahon, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, Batista, Edge, Brock Lesnar, Triple H, Steve Austin, John Cena, and The Rock.
Previously, Jeff Hardy had revealed on Matt Hardy’s podcast that he wishes he had wrestled Bray Wyatt, but it was stopped for a sad reason.
“I just love Bray, he’s enigmatic.”
He said health issues and injuries blocked a feud. “Surgery got in the way,” Jeff said he’d have like a three-way feud with himself, Bray, and Matt. We’ll have to see if Bray comes to AEW and can make it happen. Jeff Hardy had also admitted to rejecting a WWE Hall of Fame induction offer similar to what ‘The Phenom’ had done in the past.
Speaking about Wyatt, the former WWE Universal Champion had recently taken to Twitter to pay his respects to The Undertaker ahead of the latter’s Hall of Fame induction. The former WWE champion said it was an honor sharing the ring with the WWE legend.