Booker T believes The Undertaker will be the leading entrant in the Class Of 2022 for the WWE Hall Of Fame.
The Undertaker officially retired from wrestling after 30 years with WWE at Survivor Series 2020 and is widely regarded as one of the very best performers and characters to ever step into the ring.
With WrestleMania 38 being produced in Dallas, Texas, the home state of 'The Deadman', and with WWE fans being able to hopefully return to watch the Hall Of Fame in person by then, Booker T believes next year's ceremony is the perfect time to show The Undertaker the appreciation he deserves, and induct him.
Speaking on The Hall Of Fame podcast, Booker T said: "I think it's time. There's no reason to wait, and you know, we know that's the way the ballots go, The Undertaker is retired, his name has come up.
"Is he a first ballot Hall of Famer? Of course. I think that would be the perfect place to actually do it, the crowd's going to be back in the arena, it's going to be sold out, and it would be perfect time."
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