Wrestling Hall of Famers Cannot Be Heels

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There is one particular thing in the world of wrestling today that really bothers me. There are some Hall of Famers that are currently heels. The problem with this is that Hall of Famers are supposed to be setting a good example for the next generation of wrestlers. Who else is going to teach some of today’s young punks in wrestling a lesson in respect and humility? All of this applies to any Wrestling Hall of Fame throughout history (e.g. WWE Hall of Fame, TNA Hall of Fame, etc.). Currently, Hall of Famers including Paul Ellering, The Dudley Boyz (Bubba Ray & D-Von) and last I checked, Jeff Jarrett, are heels in the wrestling companies that they are currently working for. Hall of Famers are supposed to be people that fans can respect and if they are heels, it makes it very hard for fans to respect them. Therefore, Paul Ellering, The Dudley Boyz and Jeff Jarrett need to be turned into faces ASAP. Bottom line, it is irrational for Hall of Famers to be heels.…

Two Successful Factions That featured Four Successful Superstars

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What do Sting (the real Sting, not the fake Sting); Jeff Jarrett, Lex Luger and Curt Hennig all have in common? They were all, at one time or another, members of two of the most successful factions in wrestling history; The Four Horsemen and The New World Order (nWo). All four of these men have had Hall of Fame worthy careers. In addition to being a multi-time World Champion, Sting was the heart and soul of World Championship Wrestling (WCW). He has changed his looks over the years with his famous face paint and is a TNA Hall of Famer. Jeff Jarrett, who is also a multi-time World Champion, was one of the Co-Founders of Total Non-Stop Action Wrestling, along with his father Jerry Jarrett. Lex Luger is a multi-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion and is famous for bodyslamming the 500-plus pound Yokozuna during his WWE tenure; he represented the United States of America against Yokozuna’s anti-American ways. The late, great Curt Hennig is a former AWA World Champion; he made a name for himself under his “Mr. Perfect” persona and is a WWE Hall of Famer. While only two of these four guys may be Hall of Famers, I …