Wednesday, April 3, 2019

2019 WWE HOF Legacy Award Recipients Revealed ** SPOILERS **

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WrestleVotes revealed some of the names who will most likely be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of their Legacy Award class.

Wrestlers who are inducted this way are generally older deserving stars who have already passed on and may be unfamiliar to younger WWE viewers.

Wahoo McDaniel is a former many-time NWA champion who toured promotions around the country in the ’70s and ’80s. A legitimate football star, his athleticism and antics outside the ring made him an easy face to cheer for wherever he went.

Jim Barnett is a promoter who owned Georgia Championship Wrestling and promotions in Australia. Involved in the business since the 1950s, he eventually worked behind the scenes at the WWF and WCW.

“Playboy” Buddy Rose wrestled for AWA and WWF in the early to mid-’80s. “Rowdy” Roddy Piper credited early matches with him as the push he needed to achieve mainstream success.

A staple of women’s wrestling in the 90s, few can forget Luna Vachon after watching her perform. Known for her wild hairstyle and ruthless style in the ring, Luna appeared in WWF, ECW, and WCW during the 90s boom. Most famously, she managed Goldust during his “Artist Formerly Known as Goldust” phase.

Previous classes of Legacy Award inductees have been larger than four names, so you can expect a few more stars to enter the hall when WWE gives official confirmation during this week’s ceremony.

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