– Bruce Prichard is back working full-time as a creative member for the WWE according to PWInsider. He is slated to begin this Monday at RAW from Atlanta Georgia.

The 55 year old has worked for Impact Wrestling and WWE in the past, being a key person for Vince McMahon. It is believed that he will have a major role and could work directly beside McMahon like in the past.

He is well known for his Something To Wrestle podcast, which goes in-depth on current and past wrestling stories. Several episodes have been featured on the WWE Network.

– We learned last week that D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels, Triple H, X-Pac, Chyna, Road Dogg and Billy Gunn) will headline the 2019 WWE Hall of Class. WrestleVotes mentioned that some other names being discussed are The Hart Foundation, The Honky Tonk Man, Tazz and Bam Bam Bigelow. The repot continued that Tazz and Bigelow were not locked at this point.

The Hart Foundation were mentioned even before D-Generation X were officially confirmed as the headliners. It would be the first time WWE inducts a pair of stables for the same class. The members from the group would be Bret Hart, Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart and Jimmy Hart.

Honky Tonk Man is long overdue for an induction. He memorably held the Intercontinental Championship for a record 454 connective days and is considered one of the greatest heels.

Tazz was a major star in ECW, rarely losing and introducing audiences to an MMA style inside the ring. His in-ring WWE career did not last long, but Tazz had a lengthy run as a commentator. Not to mention, he is from Brooklyn; which is close to the site of WrestleMania 35’s venue of MetLife Stadium.

Speaking of superstars that lived close to New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, the late Bam Bam Bigelow is from Asbury Park. He was known for his tattooed head and being agile for someone close to 400 pounds. He headlined WrestleMania XI, losing to NFL star Lawrence Taylor.

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