The WWE Hall of Fame is a hall of fame for professional wrestling personalities maintained by World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). It was officially created on the February 1, 1993 episode of the World Wrestling Federation's (WWF) Monday Night Raw television program. On this episode, WWF announced the sole induction of alumnus Andre the Giant, who had died five days prior. His death was the impetus for the creation of the Hall of Fame.
Posthumous inductee. One-time WWF Champion. Was undefeated for over fifteen years. There was no ceremony, only a video package that was played on an episode of WWF Superstars in 1993 that announced his induction.
5-time WWF Champion, two-time WCW World Heavyweight Champion, 2-time WWF Intercontinental Champion, 5-time WCW/WWE United States Champion, winner of the 1994 Royal Rumble and a two-time King of the Ring winner (1991 and 1993).
Posthumous inductee, represented by his wife, his four children, his mother and his father Larry "The Axe" Henning. One-time AWA World Heavyweight Champion, two-time WWE Intercontinental Champion, one-time WCW United States Heavyweight Champion, one-time WCW World Tag Team Champion.
4-time WWE Champion, a record 7-time World Heavyweight Champion, winner of the inaugural Money in the Bank ladder match and the 2010 Royal Rumble. He held the World and WWE Tag Team Championships a record combined 14 times.