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The Undertaker has been crowned the best WWE superstar of all time as the 'Deadman' climbed to the top of a star-studded list of legends.
The 55-year-old wrestling icon, real name Mark Calaway, quickly rose to stardom in Vince McMahon's promotion during the 1990s.
And the 'Phenom' has spent an astonishing three decades with WWE, although he has hinted at a potential retirement in the Undertaker: The Last Ride documentary in June.
The Sun has now put the legendary Undertaker ahead of the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin and Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson in its rankings.
The newspaper called the future Hall of Famer the "workhorse" of WWE and pointed out that he is "widely regarded as the greatest wrestler ever produced by the company."
The Undertaker's legacy included his legendary 25-2 streak at WrestleMania, seven world title reigns, six-time tag champ and the 2007 Royal Rumble winner.
Stone Cold, who is often considered the best superstar of all time, beat fellow legend The Rock to second place.
The Sun said that the 'Texas Rattlesnake' became the 'poster boy of the Attitude Era' and was the 'most recognised wrestler in the WWE during the 1990s.'
Two-time Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels came in fourth place, while fellow wrestling legends Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan finished fifth and sixth respectively.
Posted below are the 10 best WWE superstars of all time, according to The Sun.
10. Mick Foley
8. John Cena
7. Triple H
6. Hulk Hogan
5. Ric Flair
4. Shawn Michaels
3. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson
2. Stone Cold Steve Austin
1. The Undertaker
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