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WWF Legend Says Mickie James Deserves A WWE Hall Of Fame Induction

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• WWF Legend Says Mickie James Deserves A WWE Hall Of Fame Induction

During a recent appearance on ‘Busted Open Radio’, WWE Hall Of Famer Mark Henry talked about the career of current IMPACT Wrestling (fka TNA) Knockouts Champion Mickie James, who had her WWE debut in 2005 during the famous Ruthless Aggression Era and has since become a legend of her own.

Here’s what The World’s Strongest Man said about the former WWE Women’s Champion:

“Without a doubt she’s been one of the great women’s wrestlers of all time, wrestlers period. I mean, she got the job done.

She helped the business to be better and not many people can say that. Even if it’s not about the titles, which she held a lot of them, there’s no reason that she shouldn’t be put in the forefront and in the hallowed halls of the Hall of Fame.”

Mickie James is already confirmed as an entrant in this year’s annual Women’s Royal Rumble, which makes her the first ever wrestler from a rival promotion to ever enter a Royal Rumble match.

WATCH: Mickie James Grabs Trish Stratus’ Knockers:

• Old School Wrestling Legend Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 92nd birthday of Old School Wrestling Legend Eddie Graham (Real name: Edward Gossett).

Most people remember him for being the ‘Championship Wrestling from Florida’ (CWF) promoter from 1971 till he committed suicide in 1985.

Unfortunately his son, Old School Wrestling Veteran Mike Graham (in 2012) and his grandson (in 2010) committed suicide in a similar way as him.


January 15, 1930 – January 21, 1985

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