Hulk Hogan Appears To Confirm Latest WWE Hall of Fame Inductee

Hulk Hogan at WWE Hall of Fame

On the March 10th edition of SmackDown, Rey Mysterio was announced as the first inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2023.

With Mysterio’s induction confirmed, speculation has turned to who else might be joining him for the honour this year with names like Dave Bautista and Keiji Muto having already been talked about in recent weeks.

However, it turns out that none other than Hulk Hogan might have the scoop on the next inductees.

Hulk Hogan “has a good feeling” legendary tag team will be inducted into WWE Hall of Fame

Speaking in a video posted to his official YouTube channel, the Hulkster praised Rey Mysterio’s induction as being more than deserved.

“You know Maniacs, I was watching the WWE the other night and I was real curious who the first inductee to the 2023 Hall of Fame was.

“Oh my gosh, it’s Rey Mysterio, no one is more deserving a champion. A great man, a great father and a great husband, he deserves to be in the Hall of Fame. For years and years and years he’s carried the torch.”

The legend then turned to who might be announced next, saying that the Fabulous Rougeau Brothers “need to be” in the Hall of Fame, before cryptically adding that he’s “got a really good feeling about that one”.

“But then I thought, you know who could be next, who could be just as deserving. Then my first thought was one of the greatest tag teams of all times, the Rougeau Brothers Jacques Rougeau brother and his brother Raymond Rougeau.

“Those two guys need to be in the Hall of Fame I’m voting for them hopefully they’ll be the next inductees in the Hall of Fame man.

“Man, I just think it might happen. I’ve got a really good feeling about that one, brother.”

The Rougeau Brothers were a heel tag team throughout their time in the then-WWF in the 1980s.

While the pair never officially held the WWF Tag Team Championships, they technically did capture them from The Hart Foundation during an event in Monteal in 1987.

However, the WWF controversially reversed the decision and kept the titles on Bret Hart and Jim ‘The Anvil’ Neidhart instead.

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