Every year for me it always fun to see who the WWE choses to place in the Hall of Fame in the new year and this year was by far one of the more surprising classes. With a good mixture of names that haven't been in the spotlight for a while and those who have. One of the other surprising cases about this year is that the company doesn't have a deceased wrestler going in so far. Now I could be wrong that the class is finished but with WrestleMania in three weeks I do think it's more than likely that this years class is full. I do think though that everyone included in the class does deserve to be included.
One thing that I do think that everyone would actually be most surprised about is that a certain former TNA founder is being welcomed back by the company. Last year when we saw Jim Cornette make his return to the company which is something we never thought we'd see but he came back and this year we have another. They raised the bar this year with another shocking inductee being Jeff Jarrett which is not just something I never thought I write, but also something I never thought I read. Jeff the call that I'm sure there was a point in time that he never thought he'd receive especially after opening both Global Force Wrestling & TNA Wrestling.
Most fans know the story of Jeff's last night in the WWE as an active performer and I won't get into it, but fact is Jeff was a solid talent for the company and in some regards was a major part of the Attitude Era. It is crazy to me to think that people I watched when I was a kid are now not just retired but are going into the Hall of Fame it makes me feel old. A very deserving class this year and I cant wait to see who goes in on the legacy induction this year.