- Undertaker has named Hulk Hugan among his top four wrestling greats
- Andre The Giant was also mentioned by the legend
- Undertaker however refused to name himself in his Mount Rushmore top wrestlers
Legendary wrestler Undertaker has refused to name himself in the Mount Rushmore of professional wrestlers as he named his own top four all-time greats.
With real name Mark Calaway, Undertaker who has reportedly been with the Vince McMahon promotion since the year 1990 is arguably one of the greatest wrestlers of all time.
In a recent interview with ComicBook.com, Undertaker named Hulk Hogan, Steve Cold, Andre The Giant and Ric Flair in his own personal Mount Rushmore.
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"You got to have (Ric) Flair. You got to have (Hulk) Hogan. Stone Cold (Steve Austin). That fourth one's tough," the 55-year-old began.
"It could be Harley (Race). It could be Dusty [Rhodes]. It could be Bruno [Sammartino]. And I base that on contributions to the business."
Meanwhile, the WWE has selected the top 50 wrestlers with the unsympathetic persona in the ring and Canadian star Roddy Piper is top of the list.
Piper played a wild character during his spell with the WWE and his popular Piper's Pit talk show became a household name.
Ric Flair and the legendary Four Horsemen were next on the pile and with the company claim there was no other group as unforgiving as them.
WWE owner Vince McMahon completes the top three as he is widely credited as the villains of all time in professional wrestling.
The 'Million Dollar Man' Ted DiBiase and Hulk Higan are ranked in the fourth and fifth place respectively, with Hogan regarded as one of the most successful performers in professional wrestling.
Legit.ng earlier reported that WWE legendary star Edge is staring at up to eight months on the sidelines after he reportedly suffered a terrible injury at WWE Backlash.
Edge is understood to have suffered a torn tricep during his bout against Randy Orton dubbed the "Greatest Wrestling Match Ever."
His injury came just months after he made a sensational return to the ring at the Royal Rumble after years of inaction following a neck injury back in 2011.
During his return, the 46-year-old fought Orton at Wrestlemania 36, defeating the Vipers before he was challenged to face him again on Sunday night, June 14.
SunSport reports the epic clash lived up to its billing, with fans being treated to a 40-minute of nothing but absolute entertainment.
However, it was a double tragedy for Edge who not only lost the fight, but also picked a career-threatening injury..
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