A Look At The Class of 2010
The WWE Hall of Fame for 2009 is a big one but there have been some people that have a different outlook on who should be in and who should be out of the Hall Of Fame.
On the other hand deserved it or not congrats to those who have been put into the Hall of Fame in 2009.
As of 2008, there have been a total of 68 inductees, with 60 members inducted individually and four tag teams inducted.
Thirteen of the inductees have been inducted posthumously.
André's sole induction was the least amount of inductions into the Hall of Fame in one year, while 2004 had the most, with 11.
The Black Hart, The King of Hearts, The Rocket Owen James Hart is the youngest of 12 children to wrestling promoter Stu Hart and been a great wrestler with a family of wrestling history to back him up with Bret and Stu Hart.
He debuted on May 30, 1986
Owen has been a two-time Intercontinental Champion, one-time European Champion, and four-time World Tag Team Champion in the WWF. Hart was also the winner of the 1994 WWE King of the Ring.
On May 23, 1999, Hart fell to his death in Kansas City, Missouri during the Over the Edge pay-per-view event. He died at the age of 34.
Calgary born Calgary breed he is always going to be one of the greatest in-ring performs in the business.
Davey Boy Smith
The Bulldog of the WWE, Davey Boy Smith had one of the greatest hearts for the business as he was one of the best in the business.
When he was only 15 he wrestled under the name Young David.
He was a WWE European Championship (2 times) Hardcore Championship (2 times) Intercontinental Championship (1 time) World Tag Team Championship (2 times). He was the first European Champon.
Smith died on May 18, 2002, after suffering a heart attack while on vacation in Invermere, British Columbia. He was 39.
Even though he is gone he lives on with in all of the memories we have of him.
The Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase doesn't have enough money to buy his way into the Hall of Fame, but should be put in just on his accomplishments.
He has done great things for the business as he has been a top heel that we loved to hate for many of years.
He has been a WWE World Tag Team Championship (3 times) – with Irwin R. Schyster, Million Dollar Championship (2 times), and King of the Ring (1988).
He is known for the saying "Everyone has a price for the Million Dollar Man."
The Million Dollar man has a price for Vince and we know that Vince says "It's All About The Money."
The Ravishing One Rick Rude was one of the best heels in the 1980s in the wrestling world.
Even though Rude was just that he was great at being Rude.
Rude has only been WWE Intercontinental Championship (1 time) but that doesn't mean he wasn't one of the best performs in the ring at the time.
Rick Rude is one of the best and always will be.
Rude died on April 20, 1999, at the age of 40, after suffering heart failure.
Macho Man Randy Savage has been on top of his game since he walked into the ring.
He was a two-time WWF Champion, a one-time Intercontinental Champion and the winner of the 1987 King of the Ring tournament.
A top heel in the WWE that would feud with Hogan in classic matches. Savage was the first to win the championship at WrestleMania winning the tournament, the only tournament at a WrestleMania.
Savage has done away with wrestling in the ring and is still waiting on the call to the Hall of Fame.
The Loose Cannon Brain Pillman should not be put into the Hall of Fame just because he passed but because he was the just that a loose cannon.
He made his debut November 25, 1986.
Even though he never won a world title he was a tag champ with the baddest sob in the WWE Stone Cold Steve Austin and were called the Hollywood Blondes and had more success then they expected to they still to his death best of friends.
Some time during the night or early morning prior to the Oct. 5, 1997 In Your House: Badd Blood pay per view in St. Louis, Pillman died in a Bloomington, Minnesota, Budget Inn hotel room. He was 35-years-old.
Jake "Snake" Roberts
The one and only who made the DDT famous Jake "The Snake" Roberts who May 13, 1975 and became a well known wrestler that is still talked about today.
It was well known that he had a drinking problem and it was known on T. Roberts would find god and clean up his life as he would make a return and make it to the semifinals but losing to Austin but even though he didn't win a championship he was still great.
Bruno Sammartino the longest reginning champion in WWE history has not been put into the Hall of Fame WHAT?
Bruno says he doesn't deserve but it is well deserved and should be put in.
He won the WWF World Championship title on May 17, 1963, defeating "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers in just 48 seconds. Sammartino kept this title for an incredible seven years, eight months, and one day; it still stands as the longest continuous world title reign in men's wrestling history.
He should be at the head of the class next year but its up to him.
The most dominating champion since Moolah has been a great Woman Champion.
She has been WWE Women's Championship (7 times) Hardcore Championship (1 time) Babe of the Year (3 times) Diva of the Decade.
Trish put on a show with Lita and has put here name as one of the best Woman wrestlers.
The Peoples Champion has been a World Champion in every aspect of the word.
The Rock WCW Championship (2 times) WWE Championship (7 times)Intercontinental Championship (2 times) Tag Team Championship (5 times) – with Mankind (3), The Undertaker (1), and Chris Jericho (1)
Royal Rumble (2000) Sixth Triple Crown Champion.
The Rock also beat Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania X8 to put his name in the vocies like Flair and so many others.
Finally The Rock has come to the Hall of Fame.......................