WWE Hall Of Famer Makes It Permanent With HOF Tattoo

Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson fought hard all over the territories and eventually found themselves in the WWE Hall Of Fame. After a great induction speech intro by Jim Cornette, the Rock n Roll Express made their own mark on the WWE Universe as they soaked in the “Rock n Roll” chants during the ceremony.

A fan of tattoos, Ricky Morton recently decided he is still proud as can be that he is a WWE Hall Of Famer, so he got it tattooed on himself. This WWE Hall Of Famer tattoo is pretty well done, but it’s not required for all HOF inductees.

“Talk about a painful time. Still, an awesome achievement. Thank you for the cool Tattoo my man,” Morton said on Instagram while showed off his new ink.

Most people don’t have jobs that they’re proud enough to get tattooed on them, but when you’re a WWE Hall Of Famer, it’s totally understandable.