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WWE icon The Undertaker has been voted the best wrestler of all time ahead of fellow legend Stone Cold Steve Austin.
The 54-year-old wrestling veteran, real name Mark Calaway, has entered into the third decade of his career with WWE in 2020.
And The Undertaker, who is widely revered as one of the best superstars in the company's history, has taken the top spot with fans' backing.
The legendary wrestler took home 15 per cent of the vote on TheTopTens, with fans even giving their reasons for picking the 'Deadman.'
One voter wrote: "UNDERTAKER is the best no one can reach at his position or get close to him he is greatest legend of WWE of all time without him WWE couldn't have gotten that position..."
While another backer said: "Taker's undoubtedly the greatest professional wrestler of all time... His gimmick is amazing, and the kind of athleticism that he shows in the ring considering his 300+ pound weight is exceptional..."
A third added: "The reason why he is the best wrestler of all time is because he was one of the biggest stars in every era since his debut, if not the biggest."
And a fourth posted: "He made the WWE what it is right now, I mean the word WWE means nothing to most of the people on this planet because they don't watch wrestling, but if you say Undertaker they will know him strait [sic] away."
WWE Hall of Famer Stone Cold finished five per cent behind The Undertaker in the rankings.
Posted below are the top 10 WWE superstars on TheTopTens and the vote percentage they each received.
10. Edge (three per cent)
9. Randy Orton (three per cent)
8. Bret Hart (three per cent)
7. Triple H (five per cent)
6. Hulk Hogan (five per cent)
5. John Cena (seven per cent)
4. Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson (eight per cent)
3. Shawn Michaels (nine per cent)
2. Stone Cold Steve Austin (10 per cent)
1. The Undertaker (15 per cent)
It's worth remembering the rest of the percentages are allocated to the other wrestlers that were in contention for the rankings. The full list of contenders can be viewed on TheTopTens.