Haku Rumoured For WWE Hall Of Fame Class Of 2024

Haku heading into the WWE Hall of Fame?

According to Bryan Alvarez and Dave Meltzer on Wrestling Observer Radio, Haku is one of the rumoured names for the 2024 class of the WWE Hall of Fame. 2024 will be the first class chosen by Paul "Triple H" Levesque as opposed to Vince McMahon. 

Paul Heyman was announced as the first inductee into the 2024 class of the WWE Hall of Fame on Monday, March 4. The WWE Hall of Fame ceremony takes place ahead of WrestleMania and the 2024 edition of the Shows of Shows will emanate from Philadelphia, a city synonymous with Extreme Championship Wrestling. Heyman owned ECW for several years until the promotion shuttered in 2001. 

Known as one of the toughest men in professional wrestling, Haku had a long pro wrestling career. He performed in WWE as King Tonga and then Haku from 1985 until 1992, returning to the company in 2001 for a brief run. He also performed as Meng in World Championship Wrestling from 1994 until 2001. 

Haku later spent time in New Japan Pro-Wrestling as part of Bullet Club with sons Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa. He helped take out The Elite back in 2018 as part of the Bullet Club civil war. Haku made a brief appearance in All Elite Wrestling in 2021, accompanying his son Hikuleo to the ring at Fight for the Fallen.

Tama Tonga is believed to be WWE-bound following the end of his run with New Japan. He is reportedly not expected to debut before WrestleMania 40, however. 

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