The WWE Hall of Fame is viewed as a prestigious institution by some and a little bit pointless by others – with most fans falling somewhere in the middle.
Whatever the case may be it’s nice to see legends of the business, and WWE specifically, being given the chance to have their moment in the sunshine in front of their family, friends and peers.
There are still so many people that are not in the Hall that probably should be, and as noted by Natalya, one of those people is none other than The British Bulldog.
We would imagine that it’s only a matter of time before this becomes a reality, but given the sort of names that have already been announced for the 2020 class, we may have to wait until at least 2021 in order for Bulldog to get the sort of shine he deserves.
One of the bigger questions that fans and media members alike will continue to have is in reference to Owen Hart. Some have come to terms with the fact that he’s not going to be in the Hall of Fame, whereas others refuse to give up on the idea.
It’s a tough spot for someone like Natalya to be in because while she is a dedicated employee of WWE and has been a loyal member of the roster for so many years now, her extended family has also been involved in more than a few controversies with the company over the years to put it lightly.