Most of the biggest names in WWE history are in their Hall of Fame. Hogan, Flair, HBK, Austin and Bret Hart read like a who's who of professional wrestling. Each man currently calls the Hall home.
Which current full-time WWE wrestlers are sure-fire entries? Who is building a strong case? Which superstars will be remembered for years to come? The answer isn't always as obvious as it seems.
Keep in mind, some people just might never get in. For various reasons, Savage and Sammartino are currently two examples of that.
A select few, though, are on their way. Just keep in mind it's not always about how much money you make or how many main events you've been a part of. A variety of reasons from longevity to political standing can get your ticket punched to the Hall.
This list leaves off some obvious part-timers like Taker, The Rock, and HHH to focus on the full-time squad. Others, like The Miz, Wade Barrett and Dolph Ziggler, have the potential, but without sustained pushes at the top and a lot of luck, it's hard to tell what side of history they may land on.
These are the 14 current wrestlers who look most likely to become enshrined and rub shoulders with the likes of Ricky Steamboat, Curt Henning, Koko B. Ware and Drew Carey.