First off, our apologies as this took longer than anticipated, but we are finally ready to unveil our new WWE list of those to consider for their Hall of Fame. With the exception of our Rock and Roll list, the 375 wrestling performers we have ranked are the largest that we have here at Notinhalloffame.com.
While the 2018 WWE Hall of Fame saw twelve of our ranked wrestlers (28. Bill Goldberg, 36. Stan Stasiak, 40. El Santo, 43. Jim Londos, 45. Jeff Jarrett, 65. Mark Henry, 84. Lord Alfred Hayes, 104. Hillbilly Jim, 180. Ivory, 182. Sputinik Monroe, 188. Hiro Matsuda and 191. Boris Malenko) selected however nobody from our top 25 was chosen. As such there is not much of a difference between last year’s list and this one.
Still, we always adapt and we have made some changes that we are excited to tell you about!
Here is the new top ten:
1. Vince McMahon. Love him or hate him, he is the WWE and the reason why many of us watch professional wrestling. McMahon was ranked #1 last year and will likely hold this spot until he is
dead. Triple H said that the only reason he isn’t in is because Vince wouldn’t let him! Literally this is the case of “over his dead body”.
2. The Undertaker. Speaking of the dead, The Undertaker returns at #2. The “Deadman” is certainly on the last leg of his career though we don’t know how many matches he has left in him. This
is only a matter of time as he will likely go in as soon as the WWE feels that he is finished.
While there were no additions in our top 100 there are certainly new names on our Notinhalloffame.com WWE list.
The highest new entry is R-Truth, who based on our mandatory age limit (discussed above with Chris Jericho) is now on our main list. Truth debuts at #189.
As always we here at Notinhalloffame.com continue to look at others who we may have missed. As such we have some new entries on our now Notinhallofame.com WWE 375.
Former AWA World Heavyweight Champion, The Mighty Igor debuts at #244. Former regional faux Japanese headliner Kenji Shibuya makes his first appearance at #271. Former Cleveland legend Johnny Powers debuts at #313. The final three entries, which are new are Count Billy Varga #373, Neff Maivia #374 and Akira Taue at #375.
Notably Daniel Bryan who was ranked #9 has been put back into our futures.
You know what we want you do to!
Take a look at our new list and cast your votes and offer us your opinions.
As always, we here at Notinhalloffame.com thanks you for all of your support!
Do we have to explain this one?
Say what you want about Vince McMahon but NOBODY can ever dispute that Vince is the WWE.
He is the reason that many of you watch professional wrestling. He is the person who changed how it was viewed and how many viewed it. He is a larger than life personality.
While we don't condone every decision he has made, Vince's vision of a global wrestling empire came true, as did the creation of a Hall of Fame. In some cases, those who founded a Hall of Fame really have no business being in it as a member.
This is not one of those cases.