He should, anyways. NON-KAYFABE Drawing Power This is unquestionably Hogan's category. He's arguably the best draw of all time, inarguably a top 3 draw of all time. The Undertaker is a solid draw, but he's also a gimmick performer, and he's never carried the company on his back like Hogan did. Work Rate This category goes to the Dead Man, even though Hogan is vastly underrated in this area. Still, the Undertaker worked like no big man before or after him, incorporating all different styles into his matches. Historical Significance Hulk Hogan is arguably the greatest professional wrestler of all time. The Undetaker is arguably the greatest gimmick wrestler of all time. No offense to the Undertaker, but this belongs to Hogan, who has inspired far more wrestlers and helped shape how they talk and act. Charisma Unquestionably Hogan's category. The Undertaker isn't a sluch, he has natural charisma, no doubt. But Hogan is arguably the most charismatic man in wrestling history, and got over largely based on his charisma. When Hogan is in the ring, every eye is on him, and he holds the crowd in the palm of his hand like only a couple of other men in wrestling history. Also, it's worth noting that both men have two of the most memorable entrances of all time. Promo An interesting category, actually. Hogan has shown a very good versatility to his promo's, cutting great 80's style face promos and excellent heel promos as the leader of the nWo. Hogan has been cheered louder as a face and booed louder as a heel then the Undertaker has. Undertaker is interesting because he's essentially a heel that gets cheered. His character has a dark/evil essence to it, but he's still over. His promos are very much the same, but they still carry a lot of weight to me, although I understand they have grown boring to some, I still like them. I'll call it a draw. Professional Success Hulk Hogan is a 12 time world champion, Undertaker is a 7 time champion (3 WWF/E, 4 World Heavyweight). Undertaker has held all of his world titles for a combined (get ready for this...I'm going to separate it out, because it's probably not something your aware of, but it's very important to the argument): Undertaker's TOTAL amount of days holding a world title: 445 days Hulk Hogan's FIRST REIGN AS WWF/E CHAMPION: 1,474 days Hulk Hogan's FIRST REIGN AS WCW CHAMPION: 469 days That's right, Hulk Hogan's first title reign was 4 times as long as the total time Undertaker has EVER held a World Title, and Hogan has two title reigns in his career that are longer then the entirety of Undertaker's reigns as world champion. Hulk Hogan's total time holding a world title in the WWE is 2,185 days. His total time in WCW is 1,177 days. That puts him as the #2 total time as champion in WWF/E (behind Bruno Sammartino) and #1 total time as champion in WCW (ahead of Ric Flair). I think that paints a pretty clear picture of who is the more professionally successful and who was seen as capable of carrying the company. Undertaker is a gimmick guy. A GREAT gimmick guy, but a gimmick guy. KAYFABE In a kayfabe match up, Hulk Hogan wins as well. In his prime, Hulk Hogan always found a way to win. He lost to Ultimate Warrior famously, and he lost to the Undertaker himself due to outside interference from Ric Flair and Paul Bearer, not something you can count on in this match up. Undertaker's prime gimmick revolved around him stunningly sitting up from every attack, but he lost more then you think he did. His high risk style is devastating, and his finisher is devastating (I'm counting the Tombstone as is finisher), but Hogan has kicked out of it before, and he would again, following with a Hulk Up, Big Boot, and Leg Drop. Hogan would have a strength edge and a heart edge (remember, kayfabe), while Undertaker would have an agility edge. Both guys were very resilient (in different ways), but Undertaker could eventually be put down...Hogan usually could not. Vote Hogan.