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Poll results: Should CM Punk be inducted into the GERWECK.NET hall of fame?

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Should CM Punk be inducted into the GERWECK.NET hall of fame?

Yes (58%, 3,092 Votes)
No (42%, 2,221 Votes)

Total Voters: 5,313

Result: Punk fails to reach the necessary 70%, thus would be eligible to return to the ballot in twelve months.


Chris Benoit 62% December 2007
Triple H 65% June 2008
Lita 57% October 2008
Honky Tonk Man 64% March 2009
Scott Hall 55% June 2009
Demolition 64% September 2009
Ultimate Warrior 47% November 2009
Bill Goldberg 47% December 2009
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
Scott Steiner 54% February 2013
Jeff Hardy 45% March 2013
Sid Vicious 65% July 2013
AJ Styles 48% September 2013
Eric Bischoff 49% October 2013
New Age Outlaws 48% November 2013
Larry Zbyszko 48% December 2013
CM Punk 58% January 2014

The GERWECK.NET Hall of Fame is intended to include the elite members of the wrestling community that deserve to be inducted into a prestigious hall of fame without prejudice or politics. Areas of consideration for induction should include (but not be limited to) a wrestler’s drawing power, wrestling ability, impact or influences on the business, longevity, and passion/drive for the industry. Non-in ring performers (such as promoters, announcers, referees, etc.) should also be judged by a similar criterion, based on the highest standards for their areas. Remember, this is not a popularity contest. This hall of fame will only include the best of the best. Readers should e-mail with names of candidates worthy of consideration. The name with the highest number of suggestions will be considered for voting the following month. Thus, twelve names will be considered per year, and the number of inductees for the year is totally up to the GERWECK.NET readers. If a subject doesn’t qualify for induction, he or she will remain off the consideration list for twelve months. If a subject receives 70% or higher, he or she will be inducted.

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7 Responses

  1. dooman says:

    I agree I do not want to put any active wrestler into a hall of fame

  2. James says:

    I voted no for the time being. I believe he will deserve to be in eventually, but he hasn’t earned it as of yet, in my opinion.

  3. Scott II says:

    He’s special, but not THAT special enough to go in while still active (?)

  4. Josh Dionio says:

    Looking at the numbers, I find it funny Batista has the lowest number of yes votes yet.

  5. Scott II says:

    In Batista’s case, he left like a b**** (you could probably argue the same thing with Punk, but then again, we don’t really know what’s going on right now, and many are actually agreeing with Punk with some of the supposed stuff Punk left on, if some of the stuff is to be believed), and while he did something in the WWE, I, and I’m sure many others, find his resume lacking

  6. Jeff Copeland says:

    ha ha the indy moron did not get it for once this site did something good

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