WWE executive Bruce Prichard has discussed who would induct him into the WWE Hall Of Fame.
Bruce Prichard has had an extensive career in professional wrestling with many years spent working alongside Vince McMahon in the WWE.
In addition to a long-lasting tenure in numerous roles behind the scenes, Prichard is also known for his time as the memorable manager and on-screen character ‘Brother Love’.
On the most recent edition of his Something To Wrestle podcast, Prichard answered fan questions. In response to a question on whom he would choose to induct him if he were to go into the WWE Hall of Fame, he revealed:
“Wow, that’s a loaded question because there is, you know, selfishly, but at the same time, you have to look at it. First of all, I never think I’m going in the Hall of Fame, but if I were, and if I were to pick. There is a handful of people that I want to do it. You know, Vince (McMahon), because of our friendship and just everything that we’ve been through. I would not be here if not for him.”
“But, on the other side of things, I would look at John Layfield (JBL), Jerry Brisco (Gerald Brisco), my older brother (Tom Prichard), and Undertaker.”
During the show, Bruce Prichard commented on a variety of topics including the time he had his nose broken by Brock Lesnar and also claimed that John Cena was always looking to turn heel.