Pro Wrestling Since 1997
Jan 10, 2012 - by Steve Gerweck
Post Category: News
Tags: Former WWE Superstar, Raw, WWE, WWE hall of fame
It’s interesting to me that Ole Anderson has been snubbed for the induction. I imagine he’s not on anyone’s good side, considering he’s known to be such a heartless bastard.
I love the Horsemen are being inducted but hate that they have Windham as the 4th over Ole Anderson or even Luger…in inducting the Horsemen they are technically inducting over 20 individual, unless they do it as an idea.
Still trying to figure out how they are going to do this since Flair has been managing Gunner in TNA, unless his contract was up sometime after the tapings that lead into Genesis.
No Ole, Benoit (obviously, but sadly), Sting, McMichaels (thank God) or Lugar either.
Oh, I forgot Curt Hennig, Sid Vicious, Paul Roma, Jeff Jarrett, and Dean Malenko.
I’m glad to see the Four Horsemen will be inducted in the HOF. I watched every incarnation of the Horsemen and I’d have to say that Flair, Arn, Tully and Barry was my favorite group. I liked the original with Ole but I thought Windham’s heel turn on Luger and joining the Horsemen was spectacular.
WTF is it with WWE dragging Flair into there bogus HOF every year? Last year he had to show up for Michaels now they cook this up, the man works for TNA and his contract is not up, he is signed as long as Hogan is, and Hogan just renewed.
JJ, Ric, Arn, Tully & Barry are easily the most remembered and popular incarnation of the 4 Horsemen. That is why there is no Ole or Luger or anyone else.
Also, Steve, use your brain. Their contracts allow for outside appearances on their own. TNA is so desperate to keep Hogan and Flair that they will let them do stuff like this just to keep them happy and on their “performing” roster.
Would you like to see Eric Bischoff back in WWE?
Do you listen to wrestling podcasts?
Should Demolition be inducted into the GERWECK.NET Hall of Fame?