Bruce Prichard Reveals Who He Wants To Induct Him Into WWE Hall Of Fame
Who does Bruce Prichard want to induct him into the WWE Hall of Fame if he ever gets the nod?
Love him or hate him, you’d have a tough time arguing that Bruce Prichard doesn’t deserve a spot in WWE’s Hall of Fame, whether for his on-screen run as Brother Love - where he introduced The Undertaker to the world - or for his years of work backstage as one of WWE’s most trusted executives.
Prichard personally doesn’t ever see a day where he's inducted to the HOF, but as he revealed on the Something To Wrestle With podcast, he has a shortlist of names in mind to induct him if he ever gets the honour:
"If I were and I were to pick [who inducts me], there's a handful of people that I would want to do it," Prichard said. "Vince [McMahon], because of our friendship and just everything we've been through, and I wouldn't be here if not for him. But on the other side of things, I would look at John Layfield, Gerry Briscoe, and/or my brother [Tom Prichard], and/or 'Taker. But also, he's no longer with us, but in dreaming days of yesteryear, Bobby Heenan would have been my first choice."
Prichard has been in the wrestling industry for nearly 50 years, and aside from his three stints with WWE, has also worked for the likes of TNA and MLW.
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