Ever since the news of Vader’s passing became viral, people have been raising their frustrations about how the Wrestling Legends was not inducted into the Hall Of Fame while he was still alive.
One such person who questioned about WWE’s decision to keep Vader out of Hall Of Fame is the Hardcore Legend Mick Foley who recently made a heart whelming post about him from his official Twitter account.
In the post, Foley recalled how he was proud when Vader asked him to write the forward of his book and talking about the Hall Of Fame, Mick said that the selection process for it is subjective in nature:
“Every year, most of those HOF slots are filled by wrestlers who didn’t draw a fraction of the money or contribute to the wrestling business on nearly the level that Leon White/Vader did. I’m not belittling the importance of the WWE Hall of Fame. But the selection process is more than a little subjective in nature.”
Apart from this, Mick Foley also recalled a story of how wrestling matches against Vader had helped him in getting sympathy from fans. You can check out his full post below:
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