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    The Hall of Fame

    Currently, Ric Flair is the only two time inductee.

    However, that will soon change.

    Once WWE is finally able to induct Owen Hart, that may also lead to a Hart Foundation group induction. If they do induct the Hart Foundation, that would make Bret and Owen two-timers.

    Once DX is inducted, HBK will become a two-timer and HHH will gain his first induction. HHH will no doubt receive a solo induction down the road as well.

    Should WWE become desperate to find talent to add, it's not unthinkable that The Harlem Heat would be great candidates. Queue Booker T receiving his second induction.

    If they keep the trend going and induct tag teams, (and since we all know they are going to be inducted solo) the Brothers of Destruction would give Kane and the Undertaker two each. Money Inc. would also see Ted DiBiase gain his second induction. How about The Rock N Sock Connection? Mick Foley and The Rock (who will be inducted solo) would become two-timers. The New Age Outlaws will more than likely be inducted twice as a tag team; first, as part of DX and second as just the New Age Outlaws. That means Gunn and Dogg are two-timers. Edge and Christian as a tag team? If it happens, Edge would become a two-timer.

    A big question is, does WWE ever induct The Rockers? If they do, HBK now becomes a three-time inductee.

    If WWE decides to induct the members of the Wrestlemania 1 main event, then Hulk Hogan, Mr. T, Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff will all become two-timers.

    Once they decide to induct the nWo, Scott Hall will become a two-timer. It's also possible that Kevin Nash could have a solo induction as Diesel a la Razor Ramon, making him a two-timer.

    However, Hulk Hogan would be the first and likely only three time inductee in the Hall. Here is something even crazier to consider: Macho Man is not in the Hall yet. Once he is finally inducted, it will open the door for a Mega Powers tag team induction which would see Mach gain his second induction and Hogan his fourth.
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    Sad that Ricky Rude nor Demo are in the 'HOF'.


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    This may be silly but how does a choreographed "sport" have a Hall of Fame? What is it based on?


    Ogando, Michael Young, Leonys Martin and all Texas Rangers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bootstraps9 View Post
    This may be silly but how does a choreographed "sport" have a Hall of Fame? What is it based on?


    Ogando, Michael Young, Leonys Martin and all Texas Rangers
    Popularity and or success mostly I would say.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bootstraps9 View Post
    This may be silly but how does a choreographed "sport" have a Hall of Fame? What is it based on?


    Ogando, Michael Young, Leonys Martin and all Texas Rangers
    Short answer: longevity.

    Guys who have remained successful over a long period of time in a physically grueling sport.

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