An introduction to the 411 Wrestling Hall of Fame, a yearly feature that honors the best of pro-wrestling. This introduction explains the voting process, requirements for the wrestlers, and more. Get familiar with it so you understand the process by which the 411 Wrestling Hall of Fame members were/are inducted!
Call him the Brain or the Weasel, the man is a legend. One of the greatest announcers and managers of all time, Bobby Heenan impacted the industry like few before him. Read all about Bobby's amazing career, his legacy, why he was selected for the 411 Hall of Fame, and more!
Vince McMahon turned a regional rasslin' business into a global media powerhouse, helping to create dozens of superstars such as Hulk Hogan and The Rock along the way. Read all about how Vince McMahon's amazing life and how he changed pro-wrestling forever.
The Road Warriors (also known as the Legion of Doom) had a massive influence on pro-wrestling and specifically tag teams throughout their career and ended up as one of the most popular teams ever. Read all about their amazing career and why they were inducted into the 411 Hall of Fame!
The Hooker. One of pro-wrestling's true ambassadors, Lou Thesz spent nearly seven decades promoting wrestling around the world and was also one of wrestling's first superstars. Read all about Lou's amazing career and why he made it into the 411 Hall of Fame!
The “true” living legend. Bruno Sammartino has always been regarded as one of wrestling's strongest men...and he was all natural. No Hall of Fame could be complete without the man who held the WWWF Title from 12 years over two runs. Read all about Bruno's career and induction!
Ric Flair's greatest opponent, multiple time world champion and the greatest babyface of all time! Read all about Ricky Steamboat's amazing wrestling career and his induction and why he made it into the 411 Hall of Fame!
Known as the Immortal one, he's the man that ushered in the Rock and Wrestling period and is regarded as wrestling's biggest star. Come and read about the birth of Hulkamania and how it propelled Hulk Hogan into the 411 Hall of Fame!
Some remember him as the Handsome one, others the King; but whatever you remember him as you know that Harley Race is a Hall of Famer. Come read about his journey that started on a small Missouri farm, how he climbed to the top of the NWA and what makes him a 411 Hall of Famer!
The gentle giant. Andre The Giant is a name known to wrestling fans and non-wrestling fans worldwide. He captured the hearts of millions despite his monsterous appearance and went on to mainstream stardom. Read all about Andre's rise and why this giant earned a spot in 411's Hall of Fame!
The best there is, best there was and best there ever will be! Bret Hart was a WWE icon for years, establishing himself as one of the best pure wrestlings in history! Read all about the Hitman's amazing career and why he was inducted into the 411 Hall of Fame!
Wooooooooo! Ric Flair has become an icon in pro-wrestling and gone on to influence dozens of performers. Regarded as one of the greatest of all time, read all about Ric Flair's rise to the top and the many things he has done to get inducted into the 411 Hall of Fame!
He became famous as “The Enforcer” of the Four Horsemen, and was widely respected by his peers. His career was cut short by the slip of a surgeon’s knife, but today he is celebrated as he enters the 411 Wrestling Hall of Fame.
The man known to millions as the “Hot Rod” is synonymous with his trademark kilt and wild attitude. He was a major player in the rock and wrestling days, and just when you thought you knew him, the questions changed. Today Roddy Piper joins the 411 Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Known as one of the greatest tag teams of all-time, the Midnight Express are famous for their run as a team and legendary feud with the Rock and Roll Express. They were a revolutionary team that is still emulated to this day. Today, the Midnight Express join 411’s Wrestling Hall of Fame.
Known as one of the greatest tag teams of all-time, the Rock and Roll Express are famous for their run as a team and legendary feud with the Midnight Express. Their success is so well known that during tag team matches to this day, analysts of the sport use the phrase, “Playing Ricky Morton”. Today, the Rock and Roll Express join 411’s Wrestling Hall of Fame.
The son of a plumbers son used his charisma and “jive talking” to captivate audiences all over the world. A multi-time world champion and true “people’s champion,” today Rhodes takes his place in the 411 Wrestling Hall of Fame.
The president of FUNK-U has done it all in the world of professional wrestling. From tag team specialist to NWA world champion to ECW champion. The owner of the Double-Cross ranch has had a storied career and now he joins the 411 Wrestling Hall of Fame.