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More rumored WWE hall of fame possibilities

Regarding the Hall of Fame at Wrestlemania 27, we’ve heard a lot of talk
in recent days from inside the company that Abdullah the Butcher and
Bullet Bob Armstrong are both under consideration for induction in
Atlanta. Abdullah, who recently turned 70, resides in the Atlanta area
where he owns a restaurant called “Abdullah the Butcher’s House of
Ribs.” He was a star in various territories throughout the 1960s, 1970s,
and 1980s winning titles all over the world. He won his first major
title teaming with Dr. Jerry Graham in Vancouver in 1967. Incidentally,
Graham was Vince McMahon’s favorite wrestler from childhood. ‘Abby’ has
never technically worked for WWE but his ultra-violent style served as
inspiration for other wrestlers, including Mark Lewin, Kevin Sullivan,
Cactus Jack, Kamala, and Sabu, among others; and he still continues to
work on the independent circuit in a career that has spanned seven
decades… Bullet Bob, 71, is the patriarch of the Armstrong wrestling
family; he has four sons (Scott, Brad, Steve and Brian), all of whom
became wrestlers. He had his greatest success in Southeast territories
during the 1970s and 1980s, particularly in Alabama and his home state
of Georgia. In recent years he’s appeared on camera with son Brian in

(credit: Wrestling Globe Newsletter)

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