British Bulldog Official For Hall Of Fame, WWE Superstars Go Nude

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British Bulldog Official For Hall Of Fame

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After much discussion, British Bulldog is officially set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

The promotion confirmed the news on Twitter, adding Davey Boy Smith to the Class of 2020.

During his incredible wrestling career, Smith won the WWF Intercontinental, European, Hardcore and tag team championships a total of seven times. He also won the 1997 tag team tournament with Owen Hart.

Smith challenged for both the WWF and WCW heavyweight titles, but was never able to capture either belt. He did main event SummerSlam in 1992 from London’s Wembley Stadium, besting his brother-in-law, Bret Hart, in front of over 80,000 people.

In 2002, Smith suffered a heart attack and passed away. He made his pro wrestling debut in 1978 and competed for the final time in 2000.

As of now, the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony is still on for WrestleMania 36 weekend. Other names this year include the NWO, JBL and Batista. The event takes place days before WrestleMania 36. But, the coronavirus could change plans.

WWE Superstars Go Nude


The WWE has always been quick to showcase the female superstars in all their glory.

That includes elaborate photoshoots with very little to no clothing present for many.

However, this time, they took a different approach to the term “nude,” using it in regard to no makeup for a special shoot conducted with Charlotte, Sasha Banks and others.

“For the first time in 33 years I feel confident, sexy, strong and like a queen in my own skin. Yes, I have good days and bad but insecure people have to make excuses to put others down to feel confident. Please don’t allow the opinions of others to devalue your success. Confidence isn’t walking into a room thinking you are better than everyone else, it’s walking into a room and not having to compare yourself.”

“Everyone is different and unique,” Carmella said. “I think it’s important to show the truth behind it.”

Banks added “It’s very hard to show the real pimples, the uneven skin, but I think it’s very beautiful to embrace that.”