During a recent appearance on Ric Flair’s “Wooo! Nation” podcast, Sting revealed that should he ever be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, he would want Flair himself to be the one to induct him:
“I’ve been asked that question so many times over the years, ‘who would you want to [induct you into WWE Hall of Fame]?’ and I said, ‘Ric would have to be the one.’ I mean, that’s my first choice. I don’t know what’s going to happen for sure, so we’ll just have to wait and see.”
Maybe a few other WWE superstars would feel the glamour of the WWE Hall of Fame if they received notoriety on the grandest stage of them all, Wrestlemania. This is the opinion of the fan beloved favorite Daniel Bryan:
WWE Superstar Daniel Bryan during an interview with Yahoo was asked about WWE bringing back part-time wrestlers for WrestleMania season, and why he feels younger wrestlers should get that TV time:
“Some wrestlers have long careers and wrestle long into their 40s. Sometimes young wrestlers get left off cards like WrestleMania because of old guys coming back,” Bryan said. “In my opinion, if they had brought back guys like Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage back when The Rock and Stone Cold were starting out, The Rock would have never become The Rock, and Stone Cold would have never become Stone Cold.
“At WrestleMania, people still wanna see The Undertaker. This is kind of a balancing act,” Bryan continued. “Although we are bringing back part-time wrestlers like Brock Lesnar and older wrestlers, I would like to see more young guys in higher positions in the card.”