Vince McMahon Fascinating Name Drops During Hall Of Fame Induction Speech

1 year ago by Amanda Savage

Vince McMahon Fascinating Name Drops During Hall Of Fame Induction Speech WWE

While Vince McMahon gave his induction speech for the Undertaker at tonight’s (April 1) Hall of Fame ceremony, the chairman of the board listed a brief list of notable opponents of The Undertaker.

Vince himself prefaced the list by noting that there would likely be omissions, which could have segued nicely into a list of non-controversial names, however McMahon didn’t shy away from dropping some fascinating names from the past.

McMahon said in his Hall of Fame induction speech:

“I’m about to mention a long list of opponents and no doubt I’m going to forget some of them. Some of the individuals he has been in the ring with would be, I’ll read them quickly so you don’t interrupt me: [crowd interupts with cheers, Vince repeats their ‘What?’ chant] Jimmy Snuka, Jake the Snake Roberts, Giant Gonzalez, King Kong Bundy, Diesel, Psycho Sid, Kane, Big Boss Man, Brian Lee, who was in full Undertaker, imagine that, Undertaker wrestling himself, Ric Flair, Big Show, Goldberg, Rey Mysterio, Mark Henry, The Great Khali, Mabel, Yokozuna, Bray Wyatt, AJ Styles, Roman Reigns, Bret Hart, JBL, Booker T, Kamala, Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, Mankind, Goldust, Vader, man long list, the Ultimate Warrior, Shane McMahon, Shawn Michaels, Randy Orton, Batista, Edge, Brock Lesnar, Triple H, Stone Cold Steve Austin, John Cena and The Rock, just to name a few.

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Notable inclusion of some interesting former employees including those who had been released like Bray Wyatt and others that are currently signed to All Elite Wrestling like the Big Show, Mark Henry, and the recent signee, Jeff Hardy.

Vince was also sure not to miss the best in the world, Shane McMahon who was had been previously reported as planned to be in attendance but was not featured on camera.

Vince McMahon went on to tell several stories about Taker, including about the time that the Undertaker took on Triple H when the then WWF ran Saturday Night Shotgun in Penn Station, without permits or safety measures.

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