Predicting 6 Potential Inductees for the WWE Hall of Fame 2024

Predicting 6 Potential Inductees for the WWE Hall of Fame 2024

The lineup for the 2024 WWE Hall of Fame class is beginning to take form, with the inclusion of wrestling luminaries such as Paul Heyman, Bull Nakano, and the US Express (Mike Rotunda & Barry Windham) already confirmed for this year’s prestigious ceremony.

Each of these individuals has left an indelible mark on the wrestling world, making them truly deserving of this honor. Particularly noteworthy is Paul Heyman’s selection, given the ceremony’s location in Philadelphia, the birthplace of ECW, a promotion Heyman helped shape and define.

As we eagerly anticipate further announcements in the lead-up to WrestleMania 40, it’s time to speculate on who else might be joining the esteemed 2024 class.

Traditionally, the Hall of Fame welcomes five or six new inductees. However, considering the significance of WrestleMania XL, there’s a possibility that Triple H may opt to honor additional individuals.

With that in mind, let’s explore six more potential inductees for the 2024 WWE Hall of Fame.


One glaring omission from the Hall of Fame roster is none other than ‘The Beast from the East,’ Bam Bam Bigelow.

Bigelow, a trailblazer in the realm of athletic big men, showcased agility and skill that defied expectations throughout his illustrious two-decade career. From WWE to WCW, ECW, and NJPW, Bigelow left his mark on every promotion he graced.

However, it’s his tenure in WWE that resonates most profoundly, notably headlining WrestleMania XI opposite NFL linebacker Lawrence Taylor. Following his stint in WWE, Bigelow enjoyed a memorable three-year run in ECW, capturing the promotion’s world championship in October 1997.

Given his contributions to the industry, Bigelow’s induction into the Hall of Fame seems long overdue. Let’s hope that 2024 finally sees him rightfully enshrined among wrestling’s elite.

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