Like many of you, I find myself clicking on a lot of wrestling news articles. Sometimes, it’s a huge breaking news story. Other times, it’s merely a quote or two from a wrestler’s podcast appearance somewhere. You just read whatever catches your eye and tickles your fancy.
Yesterday, I was looking through the latest news, and I saw an article about women’s wrestler, Jazz, probably best known for her time with the WWF/WWE in the early and mid-2000’s. The article featured quotes from her interview with Chris Van Vliet, and the topic of the WWE Hall Of Fame eventually came up. Jazz would go on to say that, while it obviously isn’t up to her whether or not she is ever inducted, she absolutely feels that she should be in there one day. She’s a two-time Women’s Champion with the promotion, defeating none other than Trish Stratus to win the title both times. She has achieved varying levels of success everywhere else she’s wrestled. In the long, storied history of the NWA Women’s Title, only two women have had a longer reign than Jazz had at 948 days, and that’s The Fabulous Moolah (and we all know how much her reigns were crocks of shit due to her political nonsense) and Debbie Combs (who had such fantastic reigns that the NWA didn’t even keep track of when she won and lost the title, so there’s no official record). Oh, and Jazz had to vacate the title due to “medical and personal reasons” and never actually lost it, so her reign should’ve been longer. There are people currently in the WWE Hall Of Fame that haven’t been as successful as Jazz, so I agree with her… she should be in one day. Now, if she will be inducted is a different story, as she has been involved in a lawsuit against the company, and has been very outspoken on issues with the company such as concussions and the treatment of minority wrestlers.
Anyway, it got me to thinking about the WWE Hall Of Fame a bit. This was the first year since the Hall was started (1993) that saw no inductees, but that was certainly out of WWE’s hands. We know who the Class Of 2020 was supposed to be (Batista, JBL, The nWo, The Bella Twins, The British Bulldog, and Jushin “Thunder” Liger), but with COVID-19 putting an end to WrestleMania and all of the week’s festivities, WWE has said those names will be inducted in 2021 instead. I would assume that there won’t be any new names added, as that is already an insanely loaded class.
Thinking about future Hall classes got me to thinking even deeper, though. Three-and-a-half years ago, I wrote an article on the WWE main roster at that time and whether or not those people were deserving of being in the Hall Of Fame one day. It brought out a lot of interesting debates, and since it has been so long, I figured I would do it again here with the current main roster.
The very first thing you need to do is look at how many people are under WWE contract at the moment. If you go from the top of the roster all the way down to the newest of the Performance Center trainees that haven’t even been on television yet, you have a whopping total of 239 people, and 240 if you count The Undertaker in there. Just for shits and giggles, let’s count Taker, as he’ll probably wrestle a match or two every year until the end of time. That’s looking at in-ring competitors, managers, and valets, but not at on-screen authority figures and things of that nature. If we subtract Edge and Goldberg, who are already in the Hall, that brings us to 238 names remaining.
The next step is a simple one. This is where we run through a handful of names that are absolute shoo-ins for the Hall one day. These are people who, even if you absolutely hate them and/or their work, you’d still freely admit that they’re being inducted. Those names include (in the same alphabetical male, alphabetical female, Raw, Smackdown, NXT order that Wikipedia has):
- Big Show
- Dolph Ziggler
- Randy Orton
- Rey Mysterio
- Seth Rollins
- Becky Lynch
- Charlotte Flair
- Mickie James
- AJ Styles
- Big E
- Daniel Bryan
- Jeff Hardy
- Jey Uso
- Jimmy Uso
- Kofi Kingston
- The Miz
- Paul Heyman
- Roman Reigns
- Xavier Woods
- Alexa Bliss
- Sasha Banks
- John Cena
- The Undertaker
Total Number Of Future Hall Of Famers: 28
In my opinion, the closest thing to a “debate” on that list is Dolph Ziggler, but that’s only because some people have short memory spans. He hasn’t been booked to be a legitimate “top guy” in a while, but don’t forget everything he has done in the past. Two-time World Champion, six-time Intercontinental Champion, two-time United States Champion, two-time Raw Tag Team Champion, one-time World Tag Team Champion, Money In The Bank winner (leading to one of the all-time best cash-ins), and the 22nd Triple Crown Champion in company history. One-fourth of that would probably have him looking at being inducted. As it is, nobody can argue.
The next step is to look at the men who have been at the top of the proverbial totem pole at some point in WWE. If you go back throughout history, being given one of the company’s World Titles is a pretty good indicator of a future Hall Of Fame induction. If you look at the WWE Title alone, you have a 57-year lineage, with 137 recognized reigns between 52 recognized champions. Of those 52 champions, the only one who hasn’t been on WWE programming in the last few years is Ivan Koloff, and I already listed eight others as Hall shoo-ins. The rest of the people who have held the WWE Title at some point but aren’t in the WWE Hall Of Fame are Sid Vicious, The Rock, Triple H (who is in as part of Degeneration X), Vince McMahon, Chris Jericho, Brock Lesnar, Rob Van Dam, CM Punk, Alberto Del Rio, Dean Ambrose, Bray Wyatt, Jinder Mahal, and Drew McIntyre. McMahon, according to everything you’ve ever heard, hates his name even being mentioned in Hall speeches because he doesn’t want to take away from the inductees, so you know he isn’t going in until after he dies, but he’s the shoo-in of all shoo-ins. Chris Jericho and Dean Ambrose are, of course, slightly busy in a rival promotion. I’m getting off-track a bit, but you get my point. The only arguable name listed there is Jinder, who basically went from jobber to champion overnight and had one of the most hotly debated main event runs in the history of the business. That isn’t going to keep him out of the Hall, though. History speaks for itself, even after looking at the other top titles throughout the company’s history… barring some major fallout with Vince McMahon, legal issues (Koloff was involved in a major lawsuit against WWE), or a black eye on the business (two words: Chris Benoit), a World Title reign is a good sign for your future. With that said, let’s go ahead and add the current and former World Champions on the roster to our Hall Of Fame list.
- Bray Wyatt
- Jinder Mahal
- Drew McIntyre
- Finn Balor
- Kevin Owens
- Braun Strowman
- Bobby Lashley (if you count the WWECW Title, which you know WWE will)
- John Morrison (ditto)
Updated Total Number Of Future Hall Of Famers: 36
Now is when we get to have a little bit of fun. If you view a World Title reign as something of a lock for a future Hall induction, what about the NXT Title? It’s a World Title, after all, and is one of the biggest in the business these days. As much as I would like to, I don’t think it works the same for the NXT Title. There is a lengthy stretch of time, from the days of Florida Championship Wrestling through the first couple of years that NXT was the WWE developmental system, where the top belt simply wasn’t that big. Do you feel comfortable saying Eric Escobar is a WWE Hall Of Famer? What about Lucky Cannon? Bo Dallas? Rick Victor? Exactly. Now, that isn’t to say the FCW and NXT Champions are all eliminated from Hall Of Fame conversations. Other than those we’ve already mentioned, there are a few I think will make it.
- Tyler Breeze
- Sami Zayn
- Samoa Joe
- Shinsuke Nakamura
- Robert Roode
- Tommaso Ciampa
- Johnny Gargano
- Adam Cole
Updated Total Number Of Future Hall Of Famers: 44
Before anybody even says anything, allow me to answer some rapid-fire questions you’ll have. Yes, Tyler Breeze, as he has remained over and successful (to an extent) for most of his career. Robert Roode is in, and he’ll likely get his tremendous success with Impact Wrestling mentioned. Ciampa and Gargano get in because of their positioning as NXT really began to get red-hot, and the directions their feud alone took them. It’s also way too early to look at people like Keith Lee, Karrion Kross, etc.
If you’re wondering about the various women who have won World Titles in WWE, the “rule” doesn’t really apply to them thus far. The list of women who have held one of the company’s top titles and not gone into the Hall, for one reason or another, is pretty lengthy. However, there are a couple names on the roster right now that I feel are Hall-worthy.
- Shayna Baszler
- Io Shirai
- Rhea Ripley
Updated Total Number Of Future Hall Of Famers: 49
Again, let me go ahead and answer some questions you’ll undoubtedly have after seeing those names. Maryse is one of the winningest Divas Champions ever. Shayna Baszler had a legendary NXT Women’s Title reign, and is one of only two women (Charlotte) to hold that title more than once. Carmella is sometimes not taken seriously as a wrestler, but not only did she win the Smackdown Women’s Title, she was the first Women’s Money In The Bank winner and one of only two women to win the Women’s Battle Royal at WrestleMania. Io Shirai falls under the category of someone whose non-WWE accomplishments will be mentioned a lot. Rhea Ripley is someone I went back-and-forth about a lot. Obviously, she doesn’t exactly have a ton of main roster experience yet, but the little experience she does have goes a long way. Not only did she have a marquee match at WrestleMania this year (albeit in a losing effort), but she looked like a billion bucks at the end of 2019, defeating Charlotte and Sasha Banks on an episode of Smackdown and leading Team NXT to a victory over Team Raw and Team Smackdown at Survivor Series. Oh, and she also ended the aforementioned legendary title reign of Shayna Baszler after Survivor Series was over. Even if she never won another match on the main roster, I think she’s done enough for inclusion.
Now, let’s start dwindling it down some more. Again using the Wikipedia layout of the roster, we’ll start with the men on Raw, then move to the women of Raw. If you take away every name we’ve already discussed here, there are 23 men under contract on Raw before the Draft is underway. The easiest way to split those 23 names up is to look at who has and hasn’t held any sort of title while with WWE. I know that isn’t the be all end all in this discussion, but it is an important step. Back in the day, you could wrestle for years in the WWF, never win any titles (or barely any), but still go into the Hall because you were one of the more iconic characters of your era. Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake is an icon from his era, but the only title he ever held in his decade wrestling for Vince McMahon was a WWF Tag Team Title run (with Greg “The Hammer” Valentine) and that was before he even had the Barber gimmick. People like Koko B Ware and Hillbilly Jim are in the Hall Of Fame without ever holding a title in the WWF. There were less titles then, less televised shows to defend said titles, and reigns were generally longer because of it. If you wrestle in the modern-day WWE for a decade or more and don’t win a single title, it might be safe to assume that you aren’t viewed as anything more than a “good hand” or some sort of “enhancement talent” to many. So, if we look at the 23 men on Raw and remove those who haven’t held a title yet, we’re left with 17 names. Because I’m petty like that, I’m also removing another name because their only title reign in five years is a 24/7 Title victory, and that doesn’t mean anything. I mean, come on, I’ve won the 24/7 Title twice since I sat down to start writing this column. That leaves 16 people to look at.
Of those 16, there are three names who I feel pretty confident on making it in based on their history. MVP, Shelton Benjamin, and R-Truth. MVP has won the United States Title twice, and has a WWE Tag Team Title reign with Matt Hardy. Shelton Benjamin is a three-time Intercontinental Champion, one-time United States Champion, two-time WWE Tag Team Champion (with Charlie Haas), and even won the 24/7 Title on three occasions. R-Truth is, as of the very moment I type this, a 42-time 24/7 Champion, but also has a WWE Tag Team Title reign (with Kofi Kingston), two United States Title reigns, and two WWF Hardcore Title reigns to brag about. With all three of those men, their success for other promotions can also be brought up, whether it’s for the NWA, New Japan, or Ring Of Honor.
Further breaking the list down takes us back to a previous talking point… the NXT World Title. Of the 13 remaining names on Raw, two of them are former NXT Champions… Aleister Black and Andrade. The problem with Aleister Black is that his reign as NXT Champion is the only title he’s won since signing his WWE contract, while Andrade at least has one reign as the United States Champion. I think the company has done a good job of making Black look like a big deal, having him achieve victories over the likes of Shinsuke Nakamura, Sheamus, Cesaro, Sami Zayn, AJ Styles, Bobby Lashley, and Seth Rollins. It just hasn’t translated into title wins yet. Andrade has spent the last 27 years losing to The Street Profits, so his profile has taken quite the hit. He’s a long way from his days as the United States Champion. I don’t think you can count either of these two as future Hall Of Famers just yet. That pretty much wraps the male side of Raw, so let’s add our new names to the running list.
- Shelton Benjamin
Updated Total Number Of Hall Of Famers: 52
Let’s keep things moving with the women of Raw. This is an easy one. If you take away the names we’ve already talked about, there’s only one woman left who has anything even remotely resembling a Hall Of Fame career, and that’s Nia Jax. She has a Raw Women’s Title reign and now a Women’s Tag Team Title reign. You can say whatever you want about her in-ring skills or how “dangerous” she is, but she has always been treated like a big deal, and has title pushes to prove it. Is that enough? Honestly, even if she doesn’t do much else, I think it might be. Winning her Raw Women’s Title at WrestleMania goes a long way, in my opinion. It’s a lot bigger moment than winning the title on a random episode of Raw, you know? Those are the types of memories and moments that WWE lives for. The fact that she’s Dwayne Johnson’s cousin, putting her smack dab in the middle of the famous Anoa’i family tree, will also end up helping her a lot. She’s going in.
- Nia Jax
Updated Total Number Of Hall Of Famers: 53
Time for the men of Smackdown. This is another easy one, actually. When you look at the rest of the Smackdown roster that hasn’t already been discussed, there’s only one person who has a claim for the Hall… Cesaro. He has two Smackown Tag Team Title reigns (with Sheamus and Shinsuke Nakamura), five WWE/Raw Tag Team Title reigns (with Tyson Kidd and Sheamus), one United States Title reign, and was the winner of the first Andre The Giant Memorial Battle Royal. While Vince McMahon has clearly never trusted him enough to make him a top singles star (as dumb as that might be), Cesaro has certainly earned Vince’s trust enough to be one of the top tag team specialists of this era, without question.
Updated Total Number Of Hall Of Famers: 54
The Smackdown women’s division will be another easy discussion. Remember a lot of what I said about Nia Jax? You can go ahead and say the same thing about Naomi. She’s a two-time Smackdown Women’s Champion, but one of those wins came at WrestleMania, and again, that goes a long way in the eyes of those responsible for these inductions. She’s also a member, through marriage, of that very same Anoa’i family tree that Nia is in. Throw in being the winner of the first WrestleMania Women’s Battle Royal, as well as being the first FCW Divas Champion, and you have a pretty solid case for her getting in.
Updated Total Number Of Hall Of Famers: 55
The NXT discussion is where things get tricky… again. Generally, the NXT roster is full of people who either needed a boost in their careers again, or who haven’t been around long enough to make it to the main roster yet. That makes it nearly impossible to talk about the Hall Of Fame chances of someone like, say, Bronson Reed. Reed could go on to win the NXT World Title four times before moving on to become a three-time Universal Champion. It could happen. We just don’t know if it will or not. This isn’t about fantasy booking the careers of people. The entire point of this column is basically to look at what they’ve already done. That eliminates most of the NXT roster that we haven’t already talked about. There are only four men remaining after all those eliminations. Three of those four men are pretty closely tied together, while they have had their issues with the fourth man.
- Kyle O’Reilly
- Roderick Strong
- Bobby Fish
- Pete Dunne
Updated Total Number Of Hall Of Famers: 59
Chances are, it’ll be that Undisputed Era gets put into the Hall as a group, but I think they all have cases to make for themselves individually. O’Reilly is the only man to hold the NXT Tag Team Titles on three different occasions, and of course, he won them with Strong and Fish. O’Reilly and Fish have held those titles for longer than any other men in the lineage of those belts, and Strong isn’t too far behind them for total number of days as champion. Strong also has a NXT North American Title reign to add to the mix. All three men have also been very successful outside of the WWE umbrella, should the company decide to mention things like that, and really, why wouldn’t they?
Pete Dunne is an interesting choice. He has an NXT Tag Team Title reign with Matt Riddle that was only cut short because of COVID-19 travel restrictions keeping Dunne out of the United States to continue defending the straps. Dunne also has an NXT United Kingdom Title reign that lasted almost two full calendar years. He was also a very big part of why we even have NXT UK in the first place, as he and Tyler Bate went to the finals of the tournament to crown the inaugural United Kingdom Champion. His matches with Bate set the wrestling world on fire and really opened the eyes of a lot of people to the style of wrestling that was really blowing up in the United Kingdom.
If you move to the women of NXT, there’s not a lot there. In fact, I don’t think you can add anybody else to the list right now. Ember Moon is a former NXT Women’s Champion, but then had all of her momentum stripped from her on the main roster, partly due to bad luck with injuries, but also partly due to general writing ineptitude. The one name that intrigues me is Toni Storm. Her success with WWE has been for the NXT UK brand, but now that she’s coming to the United States for an apparent run with NXT and has set her sights on Io Shirai at the NXT Women’s Title, you could very well be adding her to the list soon. Right now, it’s too early for her, though.
Since we’ve already mentioned his name a couple paragraphs ago, let’s go ahead and a name from NXT UK to the list, shall we?
- Tyler Bate
Updated Total Number Of Hall Of Famers: 60
The very first United Kingdom Champion. One reign as an NXT Tag Team Champion (with Trent Seven), albeit the shortest reign in that title’s history. As I said with Pete Dunne, though, Bate’s assistance in building a buzz for the NXT UK brand might be more important than anything else he’s done thus far. Just imagine what would’ve happened if Bate and Dunne met in the finals of the tournament and then proceeded to have an awful match, full of botches and shitty wrestling. Chances are, we wouldn’t even be talking about either of them right now if that had happened.
As far as the rest of the NXT UK roster is concerned, I’m not too high on any of them being Hall Of Famers just yet. Either they haven’t accomplished enough, or their accomplishments have been too “narrow” for consideration. If they can have success with NXT UK and also success with NXT and/or the WWE main roster, then that changes things. Take WALTER, for example. His current reign as the NXT United Kingdom has been going on for 18 months now, but what happened when he got some great exposure at Survivor Series 2019? He was pinned in under three minutes, making him the first elimination from the Team Raw vs Team Smackdown vs Team NXT elimination match. Before that, he lost a match by DQ and then was on the losing end of an eight-man tag on an episode of Raw. If we ever get to the point where travel restrictions are lifted, or at least eased, WALTER needs to do some damage in the United States. Let him loose on NXT. Give him a chance to go wild on Raw or Smackdown, even for a few weeks. Someone like Kay Lee Ray could also get consideration for this in the future if she ever gets to do some damage outside of NXT UK.
If you search the rest of the roster, I only have two more names making it in.
- The Brian Kendrick
- Ronda Rousey
Updated Total Number Of Hall Of Famers: 62
I bet a lot of you even forget Brian Kendrick was still on the WWE roster, huh? He won the Cruiserweight Title in 2016, but his biggest WWE claim to fame was the time he spent teaming with Paul London. Together, the pair would win both the WWE Tag Team Titles and the World Tag Team Titles, although with polar opposite reigns. Their WWE Tag Team Title reign lasted 334 days, which was the record until The New Day’s monumental 483-day reign in 2015 and 2016, while their World Tag Team Title reign lasted a mere three days and was won and lost on house shows.
I know, I know… Ronda Rousey was with WWE for all of 30 televised matches, covering a full calendar year. Think about everything she did in that year, though. Debuted at a WrestleMania, teaming with Kurt Angle to defeat Stephanie McMahon and Triple H. Won the Raw Women’s Title in just her fourth televised match. Was not on the losing side of any type of match for 13-and-a-half months. Had a seven-and-a-half month reign with the aforementioned Raw Women’s Title. Had her last match (for now) at WrestleMania. Most importantly, she brought a metric fuckton of hype and publicity to the product, with sports and national news covering her WWE tenure. You can say whatever you want about her, but that’s something that none of the other women in WWE can say they did.
Well, there you have it. After wayyyyy more typing and research than I initially expected, I’ve finally reached the end. In total, I feel there are 62 future WWE Hall Of Famers on the current roster. What say you, ReaderLand? Am I missing anybody? Do you feel I included someone that I shouldn’t have? As always, hit me up in the comments section below, or on Twitter (@HustleTheSavage), and let me know what’s on your mind.
Weekly Power Rankings
- Mustafa Ali: Hey, we got a new member for Retribution that actually got people intrigued, and it turns out he’s the apparent leader of the entire group? Impressive. Have Mace be the muscle, while Ali works with T-Bar and Slapjack, and at least you have the potential for entertaining matches from the group now. You might need to move him down the rankings if he ends up with some stupid ass name like Stovetop Stuffing or Screwdriver, though.
- Kyle O’Reilly: Going into Takeover 31, the question was whether or not O’Reilly could show that he “belonged” in the main event scene as a singles competitor. I’d say he proved it and then some. Helluva performance, not just from him, but also from Finn Balor. Should the company decide they want him to continue on as a singles guy, they may have found a future NXT World Champion. We can’t talk about the Balor vs O’Reilly match without talking about what happened after the match, though…
- Ridge Holland: (Writer’s Note – This was typed out before any possible injury for Holland on this week’s NXT.) Talk about a huge jump up the card. Holland jumped into NXT from NXT UK, and immediately went into a possible shot at the North American Title, but now… but now… he looks like he’s being positioned as a possible top heel on NXT, working with Undisputed Era. I love it. Holland is still pretty green, but that’s to be expected. He hasn’t even been a pro wrestler for five years. Now that he’s working with some of the best technicians on the planet today, he has a lot of “protection” out there. The UE guys will make him look fantastic.
- Chris Jericho, Team Player: I love the fact that Jericho is using his time to help build new talent for AEW. He helped Orange Cassidy look like more than just a comedy act, even losing to him two matches in a row. Do you know the last person to defeat Jericho in two straight singles matches? Samoa Joe, back in 2017, but one of those matches ended in a count-out. The last person to DEFEAT Jericho in two straight singles matches is Roman Reigns on a December 2016 episode of Raw and a January 2017 episode of Raw. He’s about to be 50 years old, and is one of the biggest stars in wrestling history, but his work with Cassidy and the likes, and now his work with Private Party, show that he’s interested in AEW being bigger and better in the future when he’s decided to hang up his boots for good.
- Santos Escobar: As an overall package, I don’t think there’s a better act in all of NXT right now. He looks like an absolute boss in the suits. His promos show a level of confidence that few are showing these days. His in-ring work is at a constant state of greatness. I’ve said it before, but he’s someone that can be a major player on the main roster if the cards fall his way.
- Jon Moxley, Team Player: There wasn’t exactly any doubt about Mox’s match against The Butcher, but that didn’t stop the match from being entertaining. Even in a loss, Butcher came out looking strong. That’s such a simple thing to do in wrestling, but you don’t see it anywhere near as often as you should.
- The Highest Stakes Of Any Match In WWE History: Is is going to be a literal fight to the death?!? Is Hell In A Cell going to be twice as high?!? Will it be a throwaway line that is forgotten about while the match just ends up being your run-of-the-mill Cell match?!? Only time will tell.
- Damian Priest: I didn’t think Priest’s character would work as a face, but he’s proving me wrong. It’s not like he’s 1987-era Hulk Hogan out there kissing babies or anything, but he’s believable in the role and it isn’t coming across as awkward or weird. On top of that, he is really getting into the swing of things with his matches. He is putting on good performance after good performance, and you can just see the confidence that he has gained over the last few months. He’s going to be in the NXT World Title picture before you know it if he doesn’t get drafted to Raw or Smackdown.
- The Possibility Of A Future Keith Lee vs Braun Strowman Match: You have Godzilla on one side. You have Megalon on the other side. Just sit back and let those two monsters destroy themselves, anybody unfortunate enough to be near them, and everything that is in their vicinity. Then, watch the money roll in.
- People Who Want To See Miro Fail: You know you’re out there. I’ve seen some people… usually the pro-WWE crowd… who are pissed at Miro because they feel all he does is talk shit about WWE these days. For people like that, they have to be smiling deviously at how Miro’s AEW run has gone so far. He was involved in a sloppy debut match that nearly featured him getting injured before any sort of push could begin. Now we’re back to pointless segments. He needs to be away from Kip Sabian and Penelope Ford. He needs to be doing what Rusev should’ve been doing, and that’s just beating the dribbly urine out of people.
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