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He has a point. There are very few honors that last forever in wrestling. While winning a championship can mean a lot to a wrestler, at some point they are probably going to lose it back. However, there is one honor that is never taken away: being inducted into a Hall of Fame. Some of the greatest of all time are inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and now another famous name thinks he should be in as well.

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Former WWE referee Earl Hebner appeared on his son Brian Hebner’s Reffin It Up podcast, where he was asked if he felt he deserved induction into the WWE Hall of Fame. Earl said that he did, citing what he had done for the business and the matches he refereed over the years. However, Earl also said that the decision on an induction came from WWE rather than him. Earl was with WWE from 1988-2005.

Earl has been involved in some moments over the years. Check out some of his non-Montreal Screwjob work:

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Opinion: WWE inducting Earl wouldn’t be the biggest stretch as he certainly has the credentials to go in. There is no more famous referee in company history, if not wrestling as a whole. That being said, inducting a referee who has been gone from the company after more than fifteen years away is a bit weird. It could and should happen, but I don’t know if it is going to.

What do you think of Earl’s claims? Will he be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame? Let us know in the comments below.

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