ATLANTA, GA - APRIL 03: WWE Wrestler Triple H attends the 2011 WWE Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony at the Philips Arena on April 3, 2011 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Moses Robinson/Getty Images)
The Best Wrestlers That Haven't Made The WWE Hall Of Fame
Following his feud with Hulk Hogan’s character in the 1989 movie “No Holds Barred,” Tommy “Tiny” Lister Jr. (ring-name Zeus) headed over to the WWF to continue the feud. Zeus faced Hogan on three separate PPVs, and even though he came up short each time, going toe-to-toe with the Hulkster deserves some recognition.
Bam Bam Bigelow
Scott “Bam Bam” Bigelow's second run in the WWF saw him nearly winning the King of the Ring Tournament, competing for the WWF Championship, and even facing NFL sensation Lawrence Taylor in the main event of WrestleMania XI. Although his untimely death ended his career quickly, he deserves a posthumous HOF induction.
The tag team of Demolition — Bill Eadie and Barry Darsow — joined the WWF tag team division in 1987 as Ax and Smash, respectively. The duo held the WWF Tag Team Titles for 478 days, and Crush joined after WrestleMania VI. As one of WWE's most recognizable tag teams, Demolition needs a HOF induction.
Victoria shot to the top of the women’s division immediately following her debut in WWE in 2002 and won her first WWE Women’s Championship, following a lengthy feud with Trish Stratus. She won the title again at WrestleMania XX and was an all-out entertainer, and considering her talents, she should be inducted.
William Regal
Returning to the WWF in 2000 as William Regal, Darren Matthews played a heel who feuded with names like Jericho, Triple H, and CM Punk. He won multiple championships and became a regular on WWE “NXT” in the early-2010s, working with young talent. Currently the mastermind in an AEW faction, Regal will surely become an inductee soon.