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Poll results: Should Jerry Lynn be inducted into the GERWECK.NET hall of fame?

Should Jerry Lynn be inducted into the GERWECK.NET hall of fame?

Yes (60%, 1,484 Votes)
No (40%, 993 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,477

As a result, Lynn falls short of the required 70% of the vote to be inducted….

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Earl Hebner 47% February 2010
Rey Mysterio 56% December 2010
Brian Pillman 66% October 2011
Rob Van Dam 66% May 2011
Jeff Jarrett 54% November 2011
Batista 27% January 2012
Chyna 32% June 2012
Tazz 60% December 2012
Jerry Lynn 60% January 2013

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8 Responses

  1. Larry says:

    Truthfully speaking, if guys like Jerry Lynn were to get in, you might as well put in anyone.

    Jerry was a great worker, but outside if the bingo hall, he couldn’t draw flies. Hell, INSIDE the bingo hall, he could only draw with RVD.

  2. Scott says:

    If Tazz didn’t get voted in, Jerry Lynn shouldn’t (surprised he was equal interns of percentage though)

  3. eddie says:

    Are u forgetting he went to TNA and help start the x-divsion

  4. StunningSteve says:

    I feel like the reason Pillman didn’t get in is because not enough of the younger guys on here know him. I don’t see how anyone who watched him wrestle Jushin Liger or saw the Hollywood Blondes could vote against him being in. Jerry Lynn might have had a better shot a few years ago oddly enough. Amazing worker. Hard to say about drawing since he was never given the opportunity. He never really received a huge push even in ECW.

  5. Jempires One says:

    Jerry Lynn = A high flying Brad Armstrong. Spoken for truth.

  6. Al says:

    SMH This Makes Me Sad

  7. Diamond Dan says:

    Lynn did nothing to deserve the honor.. good worker but couldn’t sell seats

  8. Nick A says:

    Is it me or does someone that responds to this page have a real hatred for high flyers?

    Anyway, it’s shameful that someone that put his life and soul in to pro wrestling the way Jerry Lynn did can’t even get enough support on this site to get voted for the Hall of Fame.

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