WWE Hall of Fame: Constructing a Future Class That Would Rival 2013's

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WWE Hall of Fame: Constructing a Future Class That Would Rival 2013's
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The 2013 WWE Hall of Fame class is packed with legends and multi-time champions and will easily be the best class ever inducted.

The night before WrestleMania 29, Bruno Sammartino will finally go into the Hall of Fame, a move that some say legitimizes the whole thing. He is the longest reigning WWE champ in history and one of the company's first and biggest stars.

Bob Backlund is a former WWE champ as well and at one point, the face of the company. Mick Foley is a beloved performer from WWE's most beloved era. Trish Stratus is the best female wrestler seen inside a WWE ring since Fabulous Moolah's prime.

Even the celebrity wing gets a big name this year.

Donald Trump hosted two WrestleManias and was a major part of another, in which he and Vince McMahon put their hair on the line in the Battle of the Billionaires.

The already loaded class expanded recently when WWE announced that a certain five-time WCW champ would join the aforementioned names.

That's a group that delivered decades of dominance and a stockpile of memories.

How could WWE ever top this Hall of Fame class?

As surprising as it might be, there is a potential class that could rival the one from 2013 and in some ways, surpass it. Should the following names go in at once, 2013's position as the best ever will suddenly get tenuous.

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