The current incarnation of the WWE Hall of Fame has been active since 2004, when the Hall was unearthed to coincide with the twentieth edition of WrestleMania. It had originally been set up in 1993 to mark the passing of Andre the Giant, who had died in January of that year. Created three decades after the company’s formation, the timing appeared to have been perfect to establish the Hall. Andre was the only inductee in 1993 and this was marked simply by a video package rather than a ceremony.
The WWE is virtually free to induct whomever it chooses, which begs the question, why are there so many legends yet to be inducted? Here are three long overdue names that are yet to be inducted but should have been enshrined years ago.
Owen Hart, Ivan Koloff, and tag-team Demolition.