Bruno Sammartino had announced that the former two time WWE World Heavyweight Champion was contacted to be a part of the WWE Hall of Fame induction next year in New York. In what should be shocking to nobody, Sammartino has again turned down the invitation. The former champion has been very vocal on his stance against Vince McMahon and the WWE, and has stated in the past that he would be a hypocrite if he ever accepted a slot in the Hall. Our #2 ranked wrestler on the WWE List appears to be forever absent from the WWE Hall of Fame, and honestly we are sad about that fact.
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The Minnesota based American Wrestling Association was still a very relevant promotion in the early 1980’s and winning that company’s World Championship meant something. Many were shocked when a relatively unknown Austrian named Otto Wanz became their World Champion in 1982.Wanz was a legitimate strongman and a solid draw in Europe who defeated Nick Bockwinkle to become the AWA World…Add new comment