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2nd WWE Hall Of Fame Inductee For 2024 Announced

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Former WWF Women’s Champion Bull Nakano has been officially announced as the second inductee for the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2024, after Paul Heyman.

Here’s what ESPN posted:

“Bull Nakano won professional wrestling championships in three different countries and this April, she’ll be immortalized by the world’s largest promotion.

WWE will induct Nakano, one of the greatest women’s wrestlers of all time, into its Hall of Fame during WrestleMania week in Philadelphia, officials told ESPN on Wednesday.

“During my active years, I was able to get championship belts in Japan, America and Mexico,” Nakano told ESPN through an interpreter. “But just one thing was missing — I didn’t get inducted into the Hall of Fame. I wanted this. Finally, in 2024 in WrestleMania week, I am able to get this.”

Nakano, 56, debuted in Japan’s women’s wrestling scene, which is referred to as “joshi” after the Japanese word for girl, in the early 1980s.

During that time period, women’s wrestling was red-hot from a business perspective, at times drawing bigger crowds and getting higher television ratings in Japan than men’s wrestling.”

Speaking of the Hall of Fame, there’s speculation going on that WWF Veteran Haku (Meng in WCW) will get inducted this year. His son, NJPW veteran Tama Tonga, is set to join WWE soon.

Haku is considered one of the toughest men in professional wrestling. He won many titles during his 45-year career, including the WCW Hardcore Championship and the WWF Tag Team Championship (with Andre the Giant as his partner).

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