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Next WWE Hall Of Fame 2022 Inductee Revealed

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• Next WWE Hall Of Fame 2022 Inductee Revealed

WWE just announced the following:

Sharmell to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2022

“Sharmell came to prominence during her time in WCW, first under the name Storm before eventually redefining herself as Paisley. As a member of The Nitro Girls, she soon became a competitor and accompanied other competitors to the ring.

After signing with WWE and training in OVW in 2001, Sharmell donned a blonde wig and added her special brand of talent to The Suicide Blondes as Sister Sharmell. She also became a backstage interviewer.

Perhaps her greatest contribution in WWE, though, was her association with real-life husband Booker T. Accompanying Booker to the ring, Sharmell made quite a splash when she began interfering in her spouse’s matches. Although the fan-favorite Booker feigned innocence at first, the charade was eventually broken, and the WWE Universe learned what a mastermind the lovely Sharmell really was.

When Booker T won the King of the Ring Tournament in 2006, he started referring to himself as King Booker, and inevitably, his bride became Queen Sharmell.

Together the pair began using faux English accents and carried a superior attitude, becoming the couple that the fans simply loved to loathe. When King Booker defeated Rey Mysterio at The Great American Bash to become the new World Champion, Queen Sharmell and Booker T took their place on the top of the mountain.”

Below is the updated list of inductees for the WWE Hall Of Fame Class Of 2022:

– The Undertaker

– Vader

– Sharmell

WATCH: Sharmell’s (Booker T’s Wife) Buns In A Bikini:

• Old School WWF Veteran Celebrates His Birthday

Old School WWF Veteran Adam Bomb (Real name: Bryan Clark) celebrates his 58th birthday today.

He wrestled for the World Wrestling Federation from 1993 till 1995, before joining WCW in 1997 (as Wrath) and staying with the promotion till it was sold to Vince McMahon in March of 2001.

His last major wrestling appearances came when he returned to the WWF in September 2001, with his KroniK Tag Team partner Brian Adams (WWF’s Crush), feuding against The Brothers of Destruction which led to a match at the Unforgiven PPV.


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