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5 Superstars who should've been inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2018 

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27.05K   //    11 Mar 2018, 01:36 IST

There are a number of stars who deserved a place in this year's group
There are a number of stars who deserved a place in this year's group

It seems that the entire class for the Hall of Fame this year has now been announced, but there are a number of names that the WWE Universe thought would have been added to this year's class but they actually haven't.

There are a number of surprises in this year's class including Jeff Jarrett and Hillbilly Jim, these were the slots that many fans thought would be filled by some of the most iconic stars that have been overlooked throughout their careers.

There are a number of stars that the company has overlooked when it comes to putting them into the Hall of Fame, so there are a few stars whose place in this year's class should have already been confirmed but it seems that WWE has once again overlooked them.


#5 Vader

It was hoped that Vader would be added to the Class of 2018
It was hoped that Vader would be added to the Class of 2018

Big Van Vader made an impact in a WWE ring back in the early 1990s, but it seems that the bulk of his career has come outside of the biggest wrestling company in the world in Japan and WCW.

Vader was originally set to become World Champion but it seems that backstage politics stopped this from happening and meant that the popular star left the company after just two years in 1998. Vader's health has been the topic of conversation for the past few months as it seems that the former star has been in ill health and his future has been looking bleak over the past few years.

With the likes of Diamond Dallas Page and Sting being given slots in the Hall of Fame in recent years, it was thought that Vader would be given a place as well, but this isn't the case.

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