Wrestling Legend the Undertaker Reduced to Tears After He Was Inducted Into WWE Hall of Fame
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Wrestling Legend the Undertaker Reduced to Tears After He Was Inducted Into WWE Hall of Fame

  • The Undertaker offered fans a glimpse of his real-life persona as he was reduced to tears during his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame
  • The wrestler announced his retirement from the ring back in November 2020, paving way for his induction after an illustrious career
  • He was honoured on Friday, April 1, in Dallas, Texas, by WWE chief Vince McMahon who hailed him as one of the greatest WWE superstars of all-time

Wrestling legend The Undertaker was overcome by emotions during his induction into the WWE Hall of Fame.

The Undertaker's induction came more than a year after he called time on his glittering wrestling career.

Wrestler The Undertaker during WrestleMania XXVII at Georgia Dome on April 3, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by Kevin Mazur.
Wrestler The Undertaker during WrestleMania XXVII at Georgia Dome on April 3, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. Photo by Kevin Mazur.
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The wrestler, whose real name is Mark Calaway, announced his retirement from the WWE during the Survivor Series back in November 2020.

His retirement brought to an end his 30-year stay with the Vince McMahon-led company.

Emotional moment as The Undertaker sheds tears during induction

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It was a special moment for The Undertaker as he had McMahon himself induct him into the Hall of Fame.

The wrestling chief made an epic speech before the wrestling icon made his way into the ring from the arena.

The duo went on to embrace each other before The Undertaker, who usually projects a valiant and daring face gave fans a sneak peek into his real-life persona.

The 57-year-old took close to 10 minutes before he could utter a word as a huge ovation from fans.

Emotions eventually got the better of the wrestling legend and could be seen wiping tears from his eyes several times before finally speaking.

He went on to pull on his trademark hat and coat again as the fans chanted for “one more match."

And in what appeared as a huge hint he could wrestle again, the Dead Man, as he is fondly known, turned to the camera and said: “Never say never.”

Source: SportsBrief.com

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