The Following are to be inducted into the WWE Hall Of Fame Class of 2015:
“Macho Man” Randy Savage (Randy Mario Poffo)
“Snap into a Slim Jim, oooooh yeah!” “Macho Man” will be the feature headliner in the class of 2015. Probably the most charismatic professional wrestler ever. Randy Savage was inducted into the Professional Wrestling Hall of Fame in 2009. His accomplishments are impressive. He was a 4-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, 2-time WWF Champion, WWE Intercontinental Champion, plus various other Championships in other wrestling organizations, but never a tag-team champion (that’s strange).
Arnold Schwarzenegger (Celebrity Wing)
Friends with several WWE wrestlers, including Billy Graham, Bruno Sammartino and Jessie Ventura. Helped the The Rock, Shane McMahon, Kane and Test defeat D-X, when he slid a chair into the ring to Steve Austin (he was a special enforcer) who hit Triple H. Triple H tried to hit Arnold, but the former Government hit Triple H with a couple of fist to the body.
Rakishi (Solofa Fatu, Jr.)
He is a member of the famous Anoa’i family (which also has The Rock and Roman Reigns as members). A talented individual who reached his potential as a tag-team wrestler. He has held the WWF Intercontinental Championship, and a two-time WWF/E World Tag Team Champion and a WWE Tag Team Champion. He also has held several other Tag-Team Titles with other wrestling organizations
The Bushwhackers (Luke Williams and Butch Miller)
Luke and Butch wrestled as a tag-team for over 36 years (New Zealand Kiwis, The Sheepherders, The Bushwhackers). I don’t think anyone will ever come close to this record. They have never won a Tag-Team Championship with the WWE, but, have held a Tag-Team Title 26 times with other wrestling organizations.
Alundra Blayze (Debrah Anne Miceli was actually born Debra Lewandowski)
Also commonly known as Madusa which was shortened from Made in the USA, bet you didn’t know that? I sure didn’t. I know she is best remembered as a former WWF wrestler who left to join rival WCW and then proceeded on live TV to throw the WWF Women’s Championship belt into the trash. She was the first woman to win Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s Rookie of the Year. She has trained Torrie Wilson, Stacy Kiebler and Molly Holly. In a short career in wrestling she has won the WCW Cruiserweight Championship, AWA World Women‘s Champion, and a three-time WWF Women’s Champion. On a side-note she now is a monster truck driver who drives a truck named Madusa.
Tatsumi Fujiyama “The Dragon”
An outstanding technical wrestler credited with creating the dragon sleeper and the dragon suplex. Tatsumi is more known for his work in New Japan Pro Wrestling and is a former 6-time IWGP Heavyweight Champion. He has won The WWF International Heavyweight Championship, WWWF Junior Heavyweight Championship, WWF International Tag Team Championship.
Larry Zbysko (Lawrence Whistler)
Most wrestling fans will remember how Larry Zbysko “turned” on Bruno Sammartino, or as an announcer for WCW, but most people don’t know he was a great wrestler. A Two-time NWA Heavyweight Champion, AWA America’s Heavyweight Champion, two-time AWA World Heavyweight Champion, WCW World Tag Team Champion and WWWF Tag Team Champion.
“Big Daddy Cool” turned the wrestling world upside down as many wrestling fans thought that Kevin Nash and Scott Hall were invading WCW, as The Outsiders from the WWF. Formed what is considered one of the most famous factions of all-time with the nWo. His accomplishments are many, he was the longest wwf champion of the 90’s, WWF Champion, WWF Intercontinental Champion, Two-time WWF Tag Team Champion, Five-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, and Nine-time WCW World Tag Team Champion
Connor “The Crusher” Michalek
WWE announced that Connor “The Crusher” Michalek will be the first-ever recipient of the Warrior Award at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony later this month. Dana Warrior, Ultimate Warrior’s widow, and Daniel Bryan will present the award to Connor’s father, Steve Michalek.