PHENOM-ENAL WWE legend The Undertaker names his wrestling Mount Rushmore… but does NOT pick icons Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan
THE UNDERTAKER has left both Hulk Hogan and Ric Flair out of his wrestling Mount Rushmore.
The WWE legend, real name Mark Calaway, called time on his epic 30 year career at Survivor Series in 2020.
The 56-year-old would feature on the list of top all-time performers for many wrestling fans.
And his undefeated WrestleMania streak is unlikely to ever be matched again.
Recently he was speaking to Kevin Hart as part of the Laugh Out Loud Network and was asked who would be the four stars to feature on his Mount Rushmore.
The Mount Rushmore of WWE is one of the most heavily debated topics in wrestling.
And when the Dead Man answered, he left out two of the biggest names to ever climb in the ring with him.
Undertaker said: “Andre (The Giant), Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock and Shawn Michaels.”
Undoubtedly the four men were all some of the biggest icons to ever get into the squared-circle.
However, the absence of 16-time world champion Flair and Hogan did raise some eyebrows.
The Nature Boy enjoyed a 40 year wrestling career in multiple companies and headlined WCW’s Starrcade 10 times.
Hogan kickstarted the whole wrestling boom in the 1980s and became a worldwide star after breaking into the Hollywood movie scene.
He controversially left WWE for WCW in 1994 but returned to Vince McMahon’s company in 2002 and went on to face The Rock at WrestleMania X8 in one of the greatest matches of all-time.