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The W - One Question... - Any glaring WWE HoF omissions left?
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Now that Randy Savage is in the WWE HoF, are there any "HOW IS [insert missing person here] STILL NOT IN?!?!" folks left? I know there are plenty of guys left who should probably be in but aren't (Arn [by himself], Vader, Rude come to mind, among others), but are there any left in the same vein as Savage, where the HoF is almost incomplete without them?



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The Rock and Lou Thesz are the two biggest in my book.
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Rock, Taker, and Sting, but I could easily see Taker, Sting and say the Freebirds finally going in next year at WM 32.









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The ones that come to mind for me are Lou Thesz, Dick the Bruiser, Vince McMahon, Wahoo McDaniel, and I was thinking Sid Vicious, Van Vader (third longest WCW reign time behind hogan and flair), Goldberg.



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I don't think they're quite up there as Savage but the two people that I think of as absolute HOFers that aren't in are Owen Hart & Miss Elizabeth. Unfortunately, I understand why Owen will likely never get in but as for Elizabeth, I don't get why she's still excluded. Especially after Macho Man was inducted, you would think there would be more of a push to include her but I haven't heard a peep.













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For your convenience, here's the official list of existing HOF members.

http://www.wwe.com/superstars/halloffame

I would love to see Baron Von Raschke in.
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Eric Bischoff. He isn't as smart as he thinks he is; but he was largely responsible for changing the way the WWF conducted business.

Paul Heyman. His work has been copied to death and became the template for wrestling for years. His incredible manager skills are cementing his legacy further.

Rey Mysterio Jr. Made Cruiserweights a critical part of the show in North America.

John Cena. If anyone was worth an active induction, he's the guy. He's been the face of the company longer than anyone ever was. The #1 guy for over a decade.

Vince McMahon. He won't, but his absence is glaring.



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Mostly it's The Freebirds for me. Even though I really don't like Michael Hayes these days (he just rubs me the wrong way), denying what they did for the business and the exposure that they collectively brought to the table with cross-promotions is a travesty.

If Koko B. Ware is in there......

Really though, there should be a special place for the jobbers. Not just any jobber but a jobber that is memorable.

Without the jobber there are no stars.

For me it's,

Steve Lombardi / Brooklyn Brawler separately
Barry Hortowitz
"Iron" Mike Sharpe

I'll leave the credentials debate up to everybody else. It was those three guys that I remember the most from the weekly T.V. Shows. I loved watching them get beat every single time. They were the workhorses of their time.

And then there is Referee Danny Davis. The best heel referee ever.
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    Originally posted by The Guinness.

    Without the jobber there are no stars.

    For me it's,

    Steve Lombardi / Brooklyn Brawler separately
    Barry Hortowitz
    "Iron" Mike Sharpe



I would add The Gambler and Norman Smiley

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The first ones I thought of were the Freebirds and Baron Von Raschke. I would be extremely surprised if the Freebirds are not put into the HoF in Dallas next year.
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It's time for Tom "Rocky" Stone to assume his place there. Also either Goldberg or Gillberg.




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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.33
King Kong Bundy should go in.
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Jim Johnston. A left-field choice, for sure, but the entrance music he's created over the years has really enhanced the product.



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    Originally posted by Spank E
    Jim Johnston. A left-field choice, for sure, but the entrance music he's created over the years has really enhanced the product.


Wow. Great choice and I would say should definitely get in.



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