We have another major update here at Notinhalloffame.com.

Our Notinhalloffame.com WWE list has finally been updated and as has happened every year has expanded.  This year we have gone from 333 to 365. 

Why the 10 percent increase in entries?  Simply put, the creation of the WWE Legends Wing has opened up a large amount of pre-WWE wrestlers who were not previously considered to be recognized on our list. 

First off, let’s get to the new Top Ten, which has showcases some new entries.



#1.  Vince McMahon

McMahon returns to the top spot and love him or hate him nobody can deny that he belongs.

#2.  The Undertaker

This is about as close to a lock as it gets. 

#3.  The Rock

See above.  How can he not get in?

#4.  Triple H

The only thing keeping Triple H out of the HOF is Triple H.  As an existing executive, it is his whenever he wants.

#5.  Bruiser Brody

Every year, Brody climbs in the rankings. This is his first year in our top five.

#6.  Kurt Angle

Angle may never work for the WWE again as an in ring worker, but he has done more than enough to be a Hall of Famer for the WWE.

#7.  Ivan Koloff

The former WWWF World Heavyweight Champion is at his highest rank.

#8.  Chris Jericho

While Jericho is as of this writing an active WWE competitor, his age (45) brings him to our automatic threshold for the active WWE Notinhalloffame.com list.

#9.  Dave Batista

The former World Champion and climbing actor comes in at number 9.

#10.  Daniel Bryan

The former three-time World Champion breaks through to the top-ten with the surprising retirement.   This is his debut on the Notinhalloffame.com WWE list.


There are a plethora of other new entries into our WWE Hall of Fame countdown.

They are:



22.  Rob Van Dam

“RVD” is a former World Champion and a major star of both the 90’s and 00’s.

46. Jim Londos

Londos is a former World Champion from the 1930’s.

59. Joe Stecher

Stecher is a former World Champion from the 1910’s and 20’s.

77. Wild Bill Longson

Longson is a former World Champion from the World War II era. 

85. Stanislaus Zbyszko

Zbyszko is a former World Heavyweight Champion and major star from the 1920’s.

94. Whipper Billy Watson

Watson was an icon in Toronto and a former World Heavyweight Champion from the 1950’s.

114. Bronko Nagurski

Nagurski is a former NFL Champion and a former World Heavyweight Champion from the 1930’s and 40’s.

127. Ray Steele

Steele is another former World Champion from the 1930’s.

152. Yvon Robert

Robert was the World Champion in the 40’s and was a large star from Quebec.

174. The Great Gama

Gama was a legend in India and popularized the business there.

185. Santino Marella

The former Intercontinental Champion recently retired and was one of the best “comedic” wrestlers of all-time.

199. June Byers

Byers is a former Women’s Champion who took over the mantle from Mildred Burke in the 1950’s.

212. Bob Orton Sr.

The patriarch of the Orton family won a plethora of regional titles throughout his career.

227. The Great Khali

Khali is a former World Heavyweight Champion and remains a major star in India.

240. Beth Phoenix

Phoenix is a former WWE Women’s Champion

246. John Pesek

Pesek was a former World Champion from the 1910’s and 20’s.

257. Orville Brown

Brown was a former multi-time champion from the 1940’s.

283. Everett Marshall

Marshall was a former champion from the 1930’s and 40’s.

294. Bert Assirati

Assirati was a British strongman who was a star in the U.K. for decades.

296. Dick Shikat

Shikat won the world title twice in the 1930’s.

301. Steve Casey

Casey was a major force in the business in the Boston area in the late 1930’s.

305. Missy Hyatt

Hyatt was the “First Lady of WCW” at one time and a top heel in the UWF.

309. Gus Sonnenberg

Sonnenberg was the World Champion in the 1930’s.

314. Baron Michele Leone

Leone was a major star in Southern California for years.

322. Michelle McCool

McCool is a former Diva’s Champion.

326. Steve Blackman

“The Lethal Weapon” is a former six-time WWE Hardcore Champion.

327. Ed Don George

Ed Don George was a champion in the 1930’s.

330. New Jack

The ECW veteran was a three time Tag Team Champion.

331. Terri Runnels

Terri was a WWE Diva for nearly seven years.

335. Layla

Layla was a former WWE Diva’s Champion

340. Danny McShain

McShain was a multi-time former Light Heavyweight Champion.

342. Earl McCready

McCready was a solid performer in the British Commonwealth throughout the 30’s, 40’s and 50’s.

344. Bill Apter

Apter was the owner of a series of magazines that took pictures that are still used today.

346. Candice Michelle

The former Godaddy spokesgirl was WWE Women’s Champion.

349. Danno O’Mahoney

O’Mahoney was a fixture in wrestling in the 1930’s.

351. Sandor Szabo

Szabo was a star in California for well over a decade.

354. Lillian Garcia

Garcia is one of the longest tenured employees in WWE history.

363. Rockin’ Robin

Robin was a former WWF Women’s Champion. 



In the Fall of this year we intend to expand this to an even 400.

We think you all know what we want you to do!

Take a look at this list, the new entries and cast your votes and opinions!

As always, we here at Notinhalloffame.com thank you for your time and your support.











Another Hall of Fame Class equals for us another Hall of Fame revision.

Approximately seven weeks ago, the WWE Hall of Fame inducted the Class of 2017, which took many off of our list.  This included:

Kurt Angle (Ranked #6)

Toots Mondt (Ranked #17)

“Ravishing” Rick Rude (Ranked #20)

Haystacks Calhoun (Ranked #32)

The Rock and Roll Express (Ranked #41)

Diamond Dallas Page (Ranked #47)

Rikidozan (#68)

Dr. Jerry Graham (#80)

Teddy Long (#134)

June Byers (#199)

Beth Phoenix (#240)

With the removal of these wrestlers, we have moved one wrestler from the future candidates section (The Big Show), and have added more additional performers who we may have forgotten before.  Rankings have changed based on your votes and comments and continuing career analysis.

Let’s get right to it, shall we?

While it is a controversial choice for some of you, we just can’t move the owner of the WWE, Vince McMahon out of the top spot.  Love him or hate him, most of you who started watching professional wrestling did so because of the marketing brilliance of McMahon. 

The Undertaker returns at #2.  With his recent retirement at Wrestlemania it is widely speculated that he will be inducted next year.  Frankly, we are hoping that is the case.

The Rock also returns at the same position, #3.  Like the Undertaker, when the Rock gets in, he will without question be the headliner. 

Triple H returns at #4.  While the resume of Triple H is certainly Hall of Fame worthy, though with him being a high ranking executive, it is actually a lot harder to induct him.  Maybe this is “Vince 2.0”, and he will be on this list for years to come. 

The late Ivan Koloff moved up two spots from #7 to #5.  There was talk about inducting him two years ago, but now any induction for the former WWWF World Heavyweight Champion would be posthumous.

Chris Jericho had a huge jump from #8 to #6.  While he is coming off of one of his most entertaining years in the ring, Y2J is 46 years old and older than the mandatory age of 45, which we placed to move Futures to the main list, even if they are active competitors. 

Bruiser Brody took a bit of a tumble as he dropped from #5 to #7.

Dave Batista, whose Hollywood run tells us he won’t be returning to the WWE anytime soon climbed one spot to #8.

Recently retired Daniel Bryan went up one spot to #10.  Bryan currently serves as the Smackdown General Manager.

Rounding out the top ten is The Big Show, our lone transfer from the Future Candidates Section to our main list.  While Show is in the best shape of his career, he will be 46 in February and is clearly on a reduced schedule.  He has been hinting retirement for years.

Here are the other new entries:

Seiji Sakaguchi at #153.

Alfonso Dantes at #186.

The Von Brauners at #197.

Jun Akiyama at #216.

Angelo Poffo at #292.

The Missouri Mauler at #314.

Bill DeMott at #338.

Dan Severn at #343.

Justin Credible at #353.

Pak Song at #355.

Stevie Richards at #359.

Duke Keomuka at #361.

Earl Hebner at #363.

Judy Martin at #367.

Ray Mendoza at #369.

Balls Mahoney at #370.

Hayabusa at #372.

Perro Aguayo Jr. at #373.

Al Madril at #374.

Bill Alfonso at #375.

Tony Anthony at #376.

Jamie Noble at #377.

The Disco Inferno at #378.

Velvet McIntyre at #379.

Sweet Daddy Siki at #380.

We have also increased our list from 365 to 380, and will likely add 20 more by the year’s end to bring it to an even 400.

You know what we want you to do!

Take a look and cast your votes and offer your opinions as those help us shape our future Notinhalloffame.com WWE List.