Since its creation in 1993, the WWE Hall of Fame has honored 120 individuals. Today, we bring 25 of our favorite WWE hall of fame inductees.
Mary Lillian Ellison was better known as The Fabulous Moolah and was the first WWF Women’s Champion. Ellison was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 1995 and became the oldest champion in the history of professional wrestling by winning the WWF Women’s Championship at the age of 76.
Renowned as “The Fashion Plate of Professional Wrestling”, Frederick Kenneth Blassie AKA “Classy” Freddie Blassie was a One-time NWA Georgia Heavyweight Champion (later known as the NWA Wildside Heavyweight Championship) and a one-time NWA Florida Heavyweight Champion. He was inducted into the WWF Hall of Fame in 1994.
Best known for being the longest- reigning World Heavyweight Champion of the World Wide Wrestling Federation (WWWF) now known as WWE, Bruno Sammartino was an exceptional wrestler whose style consisted of three finishing moves; the bearhug, hammerlock, and the Canadian backbreaker rack. He was inducted into the hall of fame on April 6, 2013.
Jerry O’Neil Lawler AKA Jerry “The King” Lawler is a former world champion and has held 168 championships throughout his career. Overall, Lawler has held more championships than any other WWE wrestler, though he has not won any WWE championships since joining the company.
Adam Joseph Copeland or better known to the professional wrestling world as “Edge” was trained by former professional wrestlers Sweet Daddy Siki and Ron Hutchinson. Among his many accomplishments, Edge won the first “Mr. Money in the Bank” in 2005 and 2007. Overall, Edge has won 31 championships in WWE.