Friday, March 25, 2011

INDUCTION JUNCTION (WRASSLIN' EDITION): Looks like Blogger swallowed my previous post, so I'll try again. As I was saying, while some sports Halls of Fame err on the side of being exclusionary, so much so that they barely aknowledge entire postions (see Guy, Ray and Martinez, Edgar), the WWE hardly suffers from such a malady. In fact, rubbing shoulders in the WWE Hall with such legends of the squared circle as Hulk Hogan, Andre the Giant and Ric Flair are Dree Carey, Pete Rose, and William "The Fridge" Perry. UGO has compiled a list of The Least Deserving WWE Hall of Famers, including the aforementioned celebs as well as some legitimate talents such as Koko B. Ware, who very well may be the Catfish Hunter of the Hall.

Meanwhile, over at Bleacher Report, they've got a list of 10 active wrestlers who should be working on their induction speeches, including Kane, Edge, and Triple H.


  1. I have no problem with the inclusion of jobbers in the Hall; they're part of the whole experience. But the celebrities, ugh.

  2. isaac_spaceman1:40 PM

    Just what do you think the "fame" in "hall of fame" means?

  3. There's no physical hall, so "fame" can't be essential either.