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The Godfather signs petition to get The British Bulldog into the WWE Hall Of Fame

Lee Walker
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1.43K   //    13 Feb 2019, 07:25 IST

What's the story?

WWE Hall of Famer The Godfather recently signed Team Davey Boy Smith's to get Davey Boy Smith aka The British Bulldog into The WWE Hall Of Fame.

In case you didn't know...

Team Davey Boy Smith created a petition on change.org to get The British Bulldog into the WWE Hall of Fame. Many have taken notice as the petition has been signed the by likes of WWE HOF'ers Bret "The Hitman" Hart, Mark Henry, Mick Foley, Booker T. Others too have signed the petition such as Al Snow, Rob Van Dam, Bruce Pritchard and Terri Runnels.

The heart of the matter

As of this article, the petition is at 22,207 signatures. It is also worth noting the petition states there is not one British superstar in the WWE Hall of Fame. His list of accomplishments speaks for itself. His accomplishments in WWE include the following: (1) time Intercontinental Champion, (2) European Champion, (2) Hardcore Champion, as well as (2) Tag Team Champion.

What's next?

Only time will tell if WWE will put The British Bulldog into the Hall of Fame. If WWE choose to put him in, they can put him in quite a few ways. He can go in individually, as a tag team with Dynamite Kid, or Owen Hart as well as with the faction, The Hart Foundation. It's worth noting that the WWE is rumored to put the original Hart Foundation that consisted of Bret Hart, Jim Neidhart, and Manager Jimmy Hart.

Unforuntanley, without Martha's permission for Owen Hart to be inducted, we may also have to wait for The British Bulldog as well as for the petition. Team Davey Boy Smiths next goal for the petition is to reach 25,000 signatures. If you want, you can sign the petition here.

Do you think The British Bulldog should be in the WWE Hall of Fame? Comment below and let us know.

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