The WWE Hall of Fame is a coveted spot, which is a testament to the fact that a certain superstar impacted the business to the extent that they need to be remembered forever for their contributions. WWE came up with the Hall of Fame back in the early 90s when Andre the Giant passed away.
The 8th Wonder of the World went on to become the first ever inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame. The ceremony was disbanded for a while during the Attitude Era, but was brought back in 2004. Since then, WWE has been hosting the Hall of Fame ceremony on WrestleMania weekend.
A Hall of Fame ring is the greatest honour a superstar could ask for. But what if the superstar is deemed worthy enough to be given the ring a second time? Up to now, there have been only three superstars who are two-time Hall of Fame inductees. Let's take a look at them.
#3 Booker T
Booker was one of the biggest WCW recruits when WWE bought the competition back in 2001. He was already a decorated champion, having won the big gold belt on five separate occasions.
Booker was awarded the Hall of Fame ring during the 2013 edition, the night before WrestleMania 29.
Six years later, Booker T is going into the Hall of Fame again! This time, he has been inducted as a part of one of the most exciting teams in WCW history, Harlem Heat.
#2 Shawn Michaels
Originally, The Hart Foundation was set to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame in 2019, but plans seem to have changed at the last minute, as the team is being replaced by one of the most notorious factions of all time: D Generation X. The infamous team consisted of Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Chyna, X-Pac and The New Age Outlaws.
Michaels was immortalized in history as he was inducted into the Hall of Fame back in 2011. This will be his second time in the limelight of the Hall, as he will go in along with his longtime friends. This is also the first time Chyna is being inducted, as fans had been clamouring for a long while for this to happen.
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#1 Ric Flair
The Nature Boy is widely considered as being the greatest wrestler of all time. He was one of the two biggest superstars of the 80s, along with Hulk Hogan. He still holds the record of having the highest number of World title reigns, which stands at 16.
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Ric Flair was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2008, the night before Shawn Michaels superkicked him to retirement in one of the most emotional encounters in WrestleMania history.
Four years later, Ric Flair was inducted again! This time, it was along with his Four Horsemen counterparts. The group is still regarded by many as being the greatest faction of all time. Flair went on to have another impressive run as a veteran in the WWE, battling with bonafide legends such as The Undertaker and Triple H.
Ric became the first ever superstar to get two inductions, and there couldn't have been a more deserving legend to get this accolade.