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Abdullah the Butcher

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Abdullah the Butcher

As one of the original hardcore icons, Abdullah became a star on various continents and winning more titles internationally than many casual fans may have realized.  He was violent, shocking and scary and did it all without uttering a single word.  Abdullah was not just a brawler with foreign objects; as he could wrestle where needed and had underappreciated ring psychology.  He is a recent inductee to the WWE Hall of Fame despite having never competed there.  Considering his iconic status, it is not a complete shock.

 

Inducted in 2011 by Stan Hansen.  Billed from Sudan

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