There haven't been many WWE stars like The Undertaker. He's an absolute legend of the sport and he will be honored for his brilliance over the years by none other than Vince McMahon.

Speaking on The Pat McAfee Show on Thursday, McMahon revealed that he will be personally inducting The Undertaker into the WWE Hall of Fame next month.

Via Marc Raimondi of ESPN:

Stone Cold Steve Austin, another legend of WWE, is the only other wrestler to ever be inducted by the commissioner himself. It goes to show just how special The Undertaker is to the sport. The 56-year-old, who retired in 2020, went 25-2 in his career and was truly a fan favorite.

He won the WWF/WWE Championship a total of four times, while being named a World Heavyweight Champion on three occasions as well, among many other accolades. For three decades, The Undertaker struck fear into his opponents and solidified himself as one of the greatest to ever do it in the WWE in his signature black trench coat, long hair, and black hat. That being said, it's only right that he's honored in the best way possible by the always entertaining Vince McMahon, the mastermind behind the WWE itself.

Very well deserved.