- Undertaker has spent more than three decades with the entertainment company WWE
- Big Show and John Cena are also among the longest-standing wrestlers
- Female wrestlers The Miz and Alicia Fox are also listed in the top 10 longest-standing entertainers from the rings
Undertaker began his professional wrestling career when he made his debut in 1987 and since then he has gone on to become a legend of the ring having spent over three decades.
Since the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) company was established in 1980, it has been a home to hundreds of wrestlers who dish out top quality entertainment to viewers across the globe.
Wrestlers such as Hulk Hogan and Dwayne Johnson leveraged on their wrestling career to become Hollywood stars, however many others are contented in the ring as stars of entertainment.
In over two decades of his showmanship in wrestling, the 48-year-old Big Show who is a three-time champion is the US and Intercontinental champion and an eight-time world tag-team champion.
Undertaker on the other hand has had a remarkable career in the industry having spent more than three decades and is famous for defeating Hulk Hogan to the WWE title at the Survivor Series event in 1991 - his first singles championship in the company.
Here is a list of the longest tenured wrestlers in the WWE according to SunSport
10. Natalya: 13 years
9. Kofi Kingston: 13 years
8. Alicia Fox: 14 years
7. Dolph Ziggler: 14 years
6. The Miz: 14 years
5. R-Truth: 16 years
4. Randy Orton: 18 years
3.John Cena: 18 years
2. Big Show: 21 years
1. The Undertaker: 30 years
However recently, Mark ‘Rollerball’ Rocco who starred in the 70s and 80s and is well known in the wrestling circle died at the age of 69 according to multiple sources.
WWE stars have continued to send in their tributes to the British legend who was a regular at ITV’s flagship wrestling programme and was the original masked Black Tiger in NJPW.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that The Rock has been named alongside Stone Cold Steve Austin and The Undertaker as the greatest WWE champions since the year 2000, while legendary Hulk Hogan was branded ‘trash’.
UK outlet SportBible has ranked each superstar who have become a WWE champion this century using TierMaker and ranked them from ‘Not A Wrestler’ to 'All-Time Great'.
The Rock and Stone Cold graced the wrestling rings during WWE's record-breaking attitude era, while the allegedly retired Undertaker is famed for his longevity.
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