WWE, previously known as WWF before a trademark dispute forced them to change the name, is one of the hallmarks of American entertainment. A big part of the reason why that is the case has to do with the fact that it managed to turn wrestling into one of the most entertaining things that you could ever end up looking into at any given point in time, and if you want to understand the true greatness of this platform then you need look no further than the Undertaker.
The Undertaker is arguably the greatest pro-wrestler of all time, and his wrestling was quite iconic because of the death related imagery that was often associated with it. It’s difficult to find a wrestler whose entrance was as fear inducing in any way, shape or form, and to top it all off the Undertaker had a truly formidable physique as well which meant that there really weren’t all that many individuals that could end up competing against him in a head to head match unless they took part in some kind of cheating.
While the WWE has moved on in a lot of ways, it should also pay tribute to one of the greats on a regular basis. Suffice it to say that pro wrestling in this modern day and age wouldn’t have achieved anywhere close to this level of greatness if the Undertaker had not taken the world by storm, and the fact that he has fans all around the world regardless of whether or not they speak English is a testament to how influential he has been. One can argue quite soundly that there will never be another Undertaker.