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WWE legend The Undertaker names his Mount Rushmore of all-time greatest wrestling moments

WWE legend The Undertaker names his Mount Rushmore of all-time greatest wrestling moments

WWE legend The Undertaker names his four greatest moments in professional wrestling.

WWE legend The Undertaker has named his Mount Rushmore of moments in wrestling history.

The Deadman is widely recognised as one of the greatest to ever step inside the ring, with a completely unique character that captivated audiences for more then three decades.

He has been involved in some of the biggest and best moments in WWE history and completed in multiple different eras and landscape.

And so 'Taker' is in the perfect position when it comes to selecting the four most important moments in the history of the business.

The 59-year-old discussed the subject on his latest 'Six Feet Under with Mark Calloway' podcast.

'Taker' immediately mentioned Hulk Hogan slammed Andre the Giant at Madison Square Garden, before bringing up the speech that saw Stone Cold Steve Austin become the biggest star in the wrestling business.

The seven-time world champion felt he had to include the electric 'Icon vs Icon' bout between The Rock and Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania 18 at the Skydome and finished with a moment involving himself.

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Image: Getty

Taker featured his WrestleMania 21-0 streak being broken by Brock Lesnar in 2014 in one of the greatest shocks in WWE history.

The WWE Hall of Famer said: "Andre [The Giant] being slammed by [Hulk] Hogan, the Austin 3:16 promo, Rock and Hogan meeting in the ring for the first time and I think the streak getting broke."

Taker had his final match at WrestleMania 36, defeating AJ Styles in a Boneyard Match.

No fans were in attendance because of the COVID-19 but he was able to get some closure on his career when he interfered and helped Cody Rhodes win the undisputed WWE universal title from Roman Reigns in the WrestleMania 40 main event.

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Image: Getty

After his signature gong hit and the lights went out, he appeared and chokeslammed The Rock as the fans went crazy.

"I’ve been struggling with it since I retired but this weekend gave me closure," Taker admitted.

"It really did. It was fun, obviously, it was fun. Doing this for as long as I have and being involved and that, and how important that storyline was and is but when it was over and I’m running out of the building, I’m like ‘I’m good now.'

"It was like a moment of clarity that I had like, ‘I’m okay now.’

"I’m not saying that I wouldn’t do something like that in the future but I don’t have that feeling in my chest like I’ve had since I retired that I hadn’t come to peace with it.”

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Topics: The Undertaker, WWE, Hulk Hogan, The Rock