WWE Considering Big Show and Kane For WWE Hall Of Fame 2020

WWE News: WWE Considering Two Big Names For WWE Hall Of Fame 2020

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WWE Hall of Fame has become a regular show during the Wrestlemania week. It brings so many legends under one roof to set the tone for the biggest event of the year that takes place after one or two days. Also, WWE honors the deserved candidates by inducting into the most prestigious club of sports entertainment paying the ultimate homage.

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Most of the times, WWE chooses a headlining Hall of Fame inductee(s) to promote the event to the fullest. This year, the entire D-Generation X group played the role whereas last year it was the former WCW franchise player, Goldberg. So the question is whom WWE may select as the headliner for the next edition which takes place in Tampa, Florida.

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Wwfoldschool.com carried a report from Brad Shepard who recently revealed who the fitting name(s) can be for the next edition. As per the source, WWE is considering Kane and The Big Show for next year’s WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2020 inductees. Both of them are famous for their gigantic stints in the WWE who also had an illustrious history with each other.

“According to a source in WWE, Kane and Big Show are early names being internally considered for the #WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2020. Keep in mind, this is only a consideration and the final list isn’t complete until mere months before WrestleMania,” noted Shepard.

It’ll be suited enough to induct both these monsters on the same occasion since they were contemporaries and ended their career almost at the same time. Meanwhile, you may check Big Show’s career accolades from WWE and WCW as listed by the source,

– 2x WCW World Heavyweight Champion

– 3x WCW World Tag Team Champion

– World War 3 Winner (1996)

– 2x WWF/E Champion

– 2x World Heavyweight Champion

– 1x ECW World Champion

– 1x Intercontinental Champion

– 1x United States Champion

– 5x WWF/World Tag Team Champion

– 3x WWE Tag Team Champion

– Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal Winner (2015 – WrestleMania 31 Kickoff Show)

– Triple Crown Champion

– Grand Slam Champion

– 5x Slammy Award Winner

As for Kane, here are the accomplishments from his career,

– 1x WWF Champion

– 1x World Heavyweight Champion

– 1x ECW Champion

– 2x Intercontinental Champion

– 9x WWF/World Tag Team Champion

– 2x WWE Tag Team Champion

– 1x WCW Tag Team Champion

– 1x WWF Hardcore Champion

– Money In The Bank Winner (SmackDown brand – 2010)

– Triple Crown Champion

– Grand Slam Champion

– 2x Slammy Award Winner

There’s a lot in common for the two giants that once dominated the WWE scene. Apart from scaring people and winning golds, these two have always been loyal to the WWE brand aka Vince McMahon. Whatever the chairman asked from them, they agreed to do without any hesitation. So nobody deserves the Hall of Famer accolade more than these two do. Big Show has wrestled last in 2017 against Braun Strowman whereas Kane had his final match at WWE Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia. They are not likely to compete in any future matches considering their extended hiatus.

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