Latest update about The Undertaker's induction into the WWE's 2022 Hall of Fame

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Latest update about The Undertaker's induction into the WWE's 2022 Hall of Fame

Following the announcement of The Undertaker's introduction into this year's WWE Hall of Fame, last week Bully Ray stated: "This year the whole introduction into the Hall of Fame should be dedicated to The Undertaker. I think several people could come out there and help introduce him.

I think it would also be a very entertaining show. Taker could talk forever. I think he can sell all the tickets for the American Airlines Arena in Dallas. on its own. This shows how great the introduction of The Undertaker into the WWE Hall of Fame is." After these words, the well-known Twitter profile WrestleVotes reported that although the idea of ​​introducing The Deadman alone in the Hall of Fame has been considered by WWE officials, it seems that he will not be alone in any case.

The tweet said, "Although the idea was in fact considered, I’m told The Undertaker will not be a “solo” inductee at this year's Hall of Fame. Source expects additional names will be announced soon, potentially starting tomorrow."

Booker T doesn't think like Bully Ray about The Undertaker's HoF Induction

Another Hall of Famer, Booker T, also had his say about this situation: "The Undertaker can come and entertain for two hours.

I don't think The Undertaker would really want to do something like that, come and tell stories all night long. What sets the Hall of Fame apart has always been when these guys finally get that moment. Damn, they go up there and they don't want to leave.

They want to stay up there all night, they want to talk stories, and I'm like, 'Good God, brother, we're ready to go to sleep here.' I'm sure The Undertaker will want to get out, say what he has to say, and then he'll want to leave. I think we're going to need more people to have a show, besides The Undertaker. "

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