WrestleMania 35 is right around the corner. Some writers have been speculating what the WrestleMania 35 card will look like, as we did a few weeks back.
However, with WrestleMania comes the Hall of Fame ceremony, and with DX announced as the first 2019 inductees, is it time that we looked at the notable names who have been omitted from the Hall of Fame and deserve recognition.
In this list I will present 25 superstars whose career achievments warrant a Hall of Fame induction.
25. John Bradshaw Layfield
WWE Tenure: 1995-2009 (Wrestler)/ 2009-Present (Announcer)
Notable Accomplishments: 1x WWE Championship, 1x United States Championship, 1x Intercontinental Championship, 3x WWE Tag Team Championship, 18x Hardcore Championship and 1x European Championship
If you put aside the reports from numerous different people that JBL, simply put, is not the nicest person, then the former WWE Champion deserves a Hall of Fame induction. Bradshaw transformed his character from a mid-card tag-team wrestler with a cowboy gimmick, to a detested Wall Street snob who was a heat magnet during his championship run. Until the summer of 2018, JBL was the longest reigning WWE Champion in the history of Smackdown until he was eclipsed by AJ Styles. He got great reactions from the crowd and should be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.