Report: Titus O'Neil To Be Honoured At The WWE Hall Of Fame
Congratulations to Titus!
Titus O'Neil is reportedly set to be honoured with the Warrior Award at the WWE 2021 Hall Of Fame.
Fightful Select is reporting that plans, as of February, are to honour O'Neil at this year's ceremony with the Warrior Award, as a mark of the charity and community work he has undertaken throughout his life.
This year's Hall Of Fame and WrestleMania 37 are based around the city of Tampa, Florida, where the bulk of O'Neil's generous charity work have been based, through the Bullard Family Foundation. The co-host of WrestleMania this year also played football for the Tampa Bay Storm in 2006 and wrestled for FCW in the area for a number of years.
O'Neil's last televised WWE match came last November, when he lost to current WWE champion Bobby Lashley.
WWE introduced the Warrior Award in 2015, in honour of The Ultimate Warrior. The award is used to honour individuals who have shown unwavering strength and perseverance, and those who live life with the courage and compassion that embodies the spirit of Warrior.
The previous Warrior Award recipients are Connor “The Crusher” Michalek in 2015; Joan Lunden in 2016; Eric LeGrand in 2017; Jarrius “JJ” Robertson in 2018; Sue Aitchison in 2019.