Bray Wyatt was taken from us far too soon, but his memory will never fade. WWE is doing things like paying tribute to Wyatt with a new Legacy Collection of merchandise, and all proceeds go to his family. There is also another massive honor that they could give Bray Wyatt, and he is totally deserving of it.

Bray Wyatt was so influential that he even received tributes in AEW. Legends like The Undertaker also commented that they barely scratched the surface of what Wyatt would truly do in this business.

Sometimes all it takes to get a massive conversation started is one post. Wrestlelamia sparked a trend of fans tweeting out Bray Wyatt’s name after they asked a question on X about the upcoming 2024 WWE Hall of Fame class.

Along with a caption asking what fans think, the account listed out Bray Wyatt, Paul Heyman, Batista, and long-time WWE composer Jim Johnston as possible WWE Hall of Fame inductees. This created a huge discussion throughout the fan base, because people love lists, and discussing them.


WWE Hall Of Fame picks for 2024

Bray Wyatt

Jim Johnston

Paul Heyman


W or L?

Many fans tweeted out Bray Wyatt’s name for this post, and that caused the Eater of Worlds to trend on X. When fans logged onto the platform, many of them saw Bray Wyatt’s name on top of the trending tab, and the most popular tweet belonged to that question asking about the 2024 WWE Hall of Fame.

Triple H will get to pick the WWE Hall of Fame for the first time, and it will also be under Endeavor. Only time will tell who has their name inducted next year, but Bray Wyatt is certainly a very popular, and well-deserved option.

Our thoughts go out to Bray Wyatt’s family, JoJo Offerman, and Bray’s kids during this time. He is gone, but Wyatt will never be forgotten.

What’s your take on Bray Wyatt getting a WWE Hall of Fame induction? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Felix Upton

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