WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker, who is considered as one of, if not the greatest big man in company history and who has one of, if not the greatest win-loss record in WrestleMania history, has a brand-new video on his Six Feet Under YouTube channel, where he reveals the name of a veteran he thinks the company should induct into their Hall of Fame.
According to The Phenom, he 100% sees Dustin Rhodes (Goldust) going into the WWE Hall of Fame one day and he believes that it is just a semantics thing at this point since Dustin’s resume is Hall of Fame worthy, but that will only happen once he is out of AEW, then it wouldn’t take much more time for the company veteran to be inducted.
This is what The Undertaker said:
“Absolutely. Yeah, 100%. This is a semantics thing at this point.” “I would imagine at some point down the road. Roads. Get that? See, I how did that?”
“I think his resume is Hall of Fame worthy. Obviously, we know the one stickler [AEW] right now.” “I think at some point that goes away, and then I couldn’t see too much time probably going by that he wouldn’t be inducted.”
Dustin Rhodes made his professional wrestling debut in September 1988 and competed with WWE from 1995 to 2019. Dustin also worked for promotions like TNA/IMPACT Wrestling and WCW throughout his wrestling career and signed with AEW in 2019, where he has been an in-ring competitor and a coach since.
You can check out The Undertaker’s comments in the video below: