If you are in any major sport like basketball, baseball, football or hockey, you know that to be a Hall of Famer you need to be a great performer and a winner. There are some players that are in the Hall of Fame and never have won a championship like Karl Malone. However, at least you need to have a win record to secure your place in the Hall of Fame. For some players, that didn’t matter because the most important thing to be in the Hall of Fame is your performance. The question is: do you need to have a win record to enter the WWE Hall of Fame?
The answer is no. After all there are superstars in the WWE Hall of Fame that doesn’t have winning records. For example, Mick Foley has a losing record and he is a truly hall of famer because his performance was outstanding. He puts his body on line to entertain the WWE Universe. The WWE predetermined the matches’ results and the wrestlers don’t have the fault of their winning or losing records. The only thing they can do to assure a Hall of Fame entrance is to give great performances and win at least some of the major titles. However we can’t deny the fact that having a winning record helps to enter easily to the Hall of Fame. Some fans are always complaining that the WWE doesn’t give any push to wrestlers, but they don’t enjoy their favorite wrestlers’ performances. That is the most important thing any wrestler can do because if they keep giving excellent performances then it doesn’t matter how the company books them they have a high probability of becoming WWE Hall of Famers. There are rumors that Rikishi will be a Hall of Famer. If you remember Rikishi he was a dancing sumo that won matches but he wasn’t as relevant as The Rock, Stone Cold Steve Austin or Triple H.
In conclusion, if you are a fan of some of the underused wrestlers of the company don’t be sad. Your heroes could enter the Hall of Fame if they keep performing well at the matches. After all, there are Hall of Famers in the NBA that never won a championship.