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Update On Yokozuna Entering The WWE Hall of Fame, Chat With The Miz, More

— Yokozuna is expected to be announced for induction into the WWE Hall of Fame tonight on Raw SuperShow. Though Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson was originally slated to induct the two-time WWE Champion into the Hall, it was rumored over the weekend that Bret Hart will instead do the honors. The wrestling legends contested in championship matches at WrestleMania IX and WrestleMania X.

Yokozuna, whose real name is Rodney Anoa’i, died from Pulmonary edema on October 23, 2000.

— The Miz will be chatting live on during the East Coast airing of Psych Wednesday at 10:00 p.m.

— Former WWE Superstar Carlito wrote of his recent encounter with Bret Hart at an independent show, “I think he was surprised I was still alive or just looks at me like I’m a waste of talent. Lol, hes a real good dude though!”


  • SteelChef79

    kitrock – Benoit is not going into the Hall of Fame as part of The Horsemen. Those being inducted into the HOF as part of the Horsemen are Flair, Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Barry Windham, & JJ Dillion. Those are the only ones being inducted as part of the Horsemen.

  • Malin

    I think Yokozuna is very deserving of a posthumous HOF induction.

    He always moved with incredible grace for a man of his stature. And I remember reading in Bret Hart’s book that he was a very popular guy backstage as well. He was a memorable and much missed performer.

  • kitkrock

    Benoit is going in the HoF this year as part of the four horsemen.

    Those of you who disliked my first comment are a bunch of racists.

  • sky_queen3

    Er, first Nick, where is he even mentioned to warrant such a response?

  • Nick

    wtf does that have to do anything with this

  • Nick

    benoit should not be in hall of fame

  • kitkrock

    Mark Henry is better than Yokozuna.

  • Effmenow

    RIP Yokozuna.

    It still seems like yesterday I was watching one of his matches on RAW. One of if not the best big man to ever wrestle. The dude was over 600 pounds and still kept you entertained to watch the whole match. Something most wrestlers today still can’t do.