Triple H took to Twitter to express his excitement about Thunderbolt Patterson’s induction into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2024. Patterson joins prestigious lineup of inductees, including Paul Heyman, Bull Nagano, US Express (Mike Rotunda & Barry Windham), and Muhammad Ali.

In his tweet, Triple H praised Patterson as not only a champion in the ring but also a champion for the health and well-being of his peers outside of it. He highlighted Patterson’s enduring influence in the world of professional wrestling, emphasizing that his contributions continue to resonate today.

“He was a champion in the ring, and championed the health and well-being of his peers outside of it. Thunderbolt Patterson’s influence is still felt today, and will receive the recognition it deserves when he joins the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2024.”

Patterson, a pioneer for African American pro wrestlers, amassed numerous championships throughout his over two-decade career, particularly in the NWA. WWE’s statement on Patterson’s induction outlines his remarkable journey, from captivating audiences with his microphone skills to his in-ring prowess and his advocacy for wrestler welfare.


As Triple H celebrates Patterson’s induction, he acknowledges the significance of honoring Patterson’s legacy in the WWE Hall of Fame. The tweet encapsulates the admiration and respect Patterson commands within the wrestling community, underscoring his lasting impact on the sport.

Ringside News remains committed to keep fans updated on further Hall of Fame announcements as they arise.

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