The Undertaker is an American professional wrestler signed to WWE. He is the company's most tenured performer, and he's also the only remaining active competitor from the very first episode of WWE Raw in 1993. Calaway began his wrestling career with World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW) in 1984. In 1990, Calaway signed with the World Wrestling Federation and The Undertaker was born. The rest, as they say, was history!
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Hall Of Fame 2014 update and latest WWE Coutdown question
Multiple sources have confirmed to The Wrestling Observer that the late Paul Bearer is in the plans for this year’s WWE Hall of Fame ceremony from New Orleans. There is said to be a third star of the caliber of Jake Roberts and The Ultimate Warrior that will be going in also.
There’s no word yet if WWE still plans on inducting the WrestleMania I main event itself and the participants but the company is really pushing for Mr. T to accept an induction, but he’s turned them down several times in the past. Regarding Danny Hodge being inducted, the feeling is that if it doesn’t happen this year, it never will. Hodge was a big star in New Orleans back in the 1960’s.
Another name being discussed for this year is Lita.
source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
Speaking of Paul Bearer, he is featured in WWE’s latest question for their Network exclusive Countdown show.
Another question has been revealed for the WWE Countdown show on the WWE Network. This time, WWE wants to know who is the most magnificent manager in history. The options are:
* Bobby “The Brain” Heenan
* Jimmy Hart
* Capt. Lou Albano
* J.J. Dillon
* Sensational Sherri
* “Classy” Freddie Blassie
* Miss Elizabeth
* Paul Bearer
* Paul Heyman
* Mr. Fuji
Hall Of Fame….all the mentioned names are deserving in their own way.
WWE Countdown question….the names on the list still are the greatest managers in history in my opinion as well as the opinions of many others so it’s hard to narrow it down to just one. If Paul is truly to be inducted this year, I feel the company will rig the vote and have him win in order to push his Hall Of Fame induction. I picked him because he managed my favorite wrestler and in hopes that he is inducted in the Hall Of Fame this year. But Paul himself said that Bobby Heenan’s the best manager. JR said the same and it is hard to argue with that. He managed the likes of Haku, Rick Rude, Andre The Giant, Mr. Perfect and others. Sherri managed HBK before he came a big star. Miss Elizabeth, the first lady managed Randy Savage (and Hulk Hogan before The Mega Powers split up) and in WCW, she managed Lex Luger. The names Jimmy Hart managed, and there’s a lot of names there, are by now, legends in their own right. Dillion’s associated with The Four Horsemen, arguably the most legendary faction in the business. Blassie managed Hulk Hogan in his heel days long before Hulkamania was born. During this time, he was known as The Incredible Hulk Hogan.
- Roy Arkon on February 8th, 2014 says:
All the names mentioned here are well deserved to be inducted into the HOF.
As for Bearer, hope he will be inducted this year. As for him being in the Countdown vote, he’s my favorite manager for obvious reasons. Also, he managed not only Taker who is the greatest and best wrestler ever, but also Warrior, Austin, Foley, Vader and Kane. That’s more then enough to give him the title of the best and greatest manager ever.
- Anan on February 9th, 2014 says:
It’s opinionated. However the votes are gonna be rigged by WWE as they always are. If they rig the votes and have Paul win the countdown vote, it will make sense for him to win if he inducted into the HOF. On the other hand, if he is to be inducted and does not win the countdown vote, it won’t really bother me, but it won’t really make sense being that this voting poll is taking place this close to the HOF ceremony.
- Roy Arkon on February 9th, 2014 says:
You say that it doesn’t make sense that it takes place so close to the HOF. Maybe WWE aren’t gonna rig their votes based on who’s inducted this year. Maybe they would wanna swerve us.
As for Bearer being the best manager ever, it is opinionated indeed, but I just named all the reasons why he should be consider the best ever.
- Anan on February 10th, 2014 says:
WWE always rigs votes. Anyone can figure that out man. The votes, the countdowns, the lists, they all serve a purpose. They don’t do these things as often as they do for debates. It’s to further something like a story line, an angle, continuing someone’s push, or to market something.
- Roy Arkon on February 10th, 2014 says:
I didn’t say that they won’t rig the votes, I just said that they aren’t gonna rig the votes based on who is gonna be inducted this year to the HOF. That’s what I meant by swerving us, because they can rig the vote in favor of any manager except Bearer, yet they would still induct Bearer to the HOF this year despite the vote.
Of course I could be wrong, and Bearer wins the vote and bet inducted this year, I will be very happy.
- Anan on February 11th, 2014 says:
Okay. Fair enough.
Off topic: Been meaning to tell you this. Just didn’t know how until now. Gonna try to be careful with how I say it because I’m not here to cause trouble, be mean/offend anyone or anything like that. Not trying to be mean here, but try not to double post. You seem to do it often. I don’t know, I guess you’re given a pass since you’re one of the good ones here. But generally speaking, double posts aren’t good. It’s best if people can get all their thoughts in on one post.
- Roy Arkon on February 12th, 2014 says:
I know that’s not good, it’s just that after I post one comment, I remeber at something else that I wanted to say so I double
post. If anyone of the site admins read this, I’m sorry, I’ll make sure that it won’t happen again.