WWE Hall of Fame

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Danielson, Dec 21, 2012.

  1. I was just sitting here and thinking about the good candidates for the Hall of Fame this year. What are some names that you guys think deserve the nod. I'll start off by saying Dick Murdoch should get in. I know he bounced around from NWA, WCW, and WWF but he is highly respected and has been given recent notoriety by CM Punk. Who are some guys you would like to see make it? Popular or not
  2. There were rumours of Mick Foley.
  3. He would be a great addition. That man put his heart, soul, body, blood, sweat, and tears in the company. That was about as cliche as it gets, but it's true
  4. Have the British Bulldogs gone in yet? If not, them.
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    1993 Andre the Giant Inducted posthumously with no formal ceremony. A video package was shown on an episode of WWF Superstars in 1993 that announced his induction.
    1994 Arnold Skaaland
    1994 Bobo Brazil
    1994 "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers
    1994 Chief Jay Strongbow
    1994 "Classy" Freddie Blassie
    1994 Gorilla Monsoon
    1994 James Dudley
    1995 Antonino Rocca
    1995 "Big Cat" Ernie Ladd
    1995 George "The Animal" Steele
    1995 Ivan Putski
    1995 The Fabulous Moolah
    1995 The Grand Wizard
    1995 Pedro Morales
    1996 "Baron" Mikel Scicluna
    1996 "Captain" Lou Albano
    1996 "Superfly" Jimmy Snuka
    1996 Johnny Rodz
    1996 Killer Kowalski
    1996 Pat Patterson
    1996 Vincent J. McMahon
    1996 The Valiant Brothers
    2004 "Big" John Studd
    2004 Don Muraco
    2004 Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
    2004 Harley Race "Nature Boy"
    2004 Jesse "The Body" Ventura
    2004 Junkyard Dog
    2004 Sgt. Slaughter
    2004 "Superstar" Billy Graham
    2004 Tito Santana
    2004 Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
    2004 Pete Rose
    2004 Hulk Hogan
    2005 "Rowdy" Roddy Piper
    2005 "Cowboy" Bob Orton
    2005 "The Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart
    2005 "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff
    2005 Nikolai Volkoff
    2005 The Iron Sheik
    2006 Bret "The Hitman" Hart
    2006 Eddie Guerrero
    2006 "Mean" Gene Okerlund H
    2006 "Sensational" Sherri Martel
    2006 Verne Gagne
    2006 "Mr. USA" Tony Atlas
    2006 William "The Refrigerator" Perry
    2006 The Blackjacks (Blackjack Mulligan & Jack Lanza)
    2007 "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
    2007 "Mr. Perfect" Curt Hennig
    2007 Jerry "The King" Lawler
    2007 Nick Bockwinkel
    2007 Mr. Fuji
    2007 The Sheik Rob Van Dam and Sabu.
    2007 Jim Ross
    2007 The Wild Samoans (Afa & Sika)
    2008 "Nature Boy" Ric Flair
    2008 "High Chief" Peter Maivia
    2008 "Soulman" Rocky Johnson
    2008 Mae Young
    2008 Eddie Graham
    2008 Gordon Solie
    2008 Gerald Brisco
    2008 Jack Brisco
    2009 "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
    2009 Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
    2009 "Cowboy" Bill Watts
    2009 Koko B. Ware
    2009 Howard Finkel
    2009 The Funks (Dory Funk, Jr. & Terry Funk)
    2009 The Von Erichs (Fritz Von Erich, Kerry Von Erich, Kevin Von Erich, David Von Erich, Mike Von Erich, Chris Von Erich)
    2010 The "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase
    2010 Antonio Inoki
    2010 Wendi Richter
    2010 Maurice "Mad Dog" Vachon
    2010 Gorgeous George
    2010 Stu Hart
    2010 Bob Uecker
    2011 Shawn Michaels
    2011 Jim Duggan
    2011 Bob Armstrong
    2011 Sunny
    2011 Abdullah the Butcher
    2011 Legion of Doom
    2011 Paul Ellering
    2011 Drew Carey
    2012 Mil Máscaras
    2012 Edge
    2012 Four Horsemen
    2012 Mike Tyson
    2012 Ron Simmons
    2012 Yokozuna
  6. Mick Foley, JBL, DDP, Jake The snake now that he is clean (I don't think he is in it), Mark Henry if he retires, Trish Stratus, Just to name a few.
  7. So the short answer would've been not yet?
  8. Bob Backlund, Kevin Nash, Mick Foley...
  9. Shane McMahon
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  10. Oh yes this, Shane O'Mac :gusta:
  11. I say it half tongue in cheek, but I think he deserves it.

    Not only for the insane spots and crazy beatings he took in some hardcore matches... but goddamn man he had some epic AE feuds. vs Vince, X-Pac, Big Show, Rocky, Angle.... and he had some classic matches.

    His SS match against Angle is a 5 star classic, idgaf what ANYONE says.
  12. He went out of his way to entertain us. He knew that the fans were never going to really see him as a wrestler since he is a McMahon so by gawd (hey JR how ya doing?) he tried harder than anyone else. And we loved him for it.
  13. People just remember him for his crazy shit, but honest to God he wasn't that bad of a technical wrestler. He had an impressive moveset, especially for an untrained guy. (obviously he had some training at some point, but you know what I mean) Dude was an underrated athlete.
  14. Totally. As I mentioned in my previous post. I think his surname also was a factor for people thinking he wouldn't be any good in the ring and thus helped people form a stereotype around him. When he actually was good.
  15. The WWE HOF is a joke. So who cares, really?
  16. Ultimate Warrior fo' sho.

    I know most people think he was garbage in the ring but he's easily one of the most charismatic and one of the biggest stars ever in WWE.

    Hell, Ted DiBiase wasn't even half the star but still got in because he's a company guy.
  17. I care
  18. Goldberg would be another good choice. Maybe have him comment on Ryback during the induction ceremony.
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