Torrie Wilson to enter the WWE Hall of Fame

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

WWE named Torrie Wilson as the newest member of the WWE Hall of Fame’s class of 2019. The ceremony will be held on April 6 in Brooklyn, New York at Barclays Center. Read the official announcement at

Powell’s POV: The 43 year-old Wilson debuted in WCW, and joined WWE in 2001. She worked for the company until 2008 and has made multiple appearances for the company since then. WWE previously announced that DX (Triple H, Shawn Michaels, Chyna, X-Pac, and the New Age Outlaws) and Honky Tonk Man will also be inducted at the ceremony.

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Readers Comments (5)

  1. Torrie Wilson will be in the WWE HOF before Vader. Ouch.

    • Forget Vader, they are two completely different animals. The real shame is that Torrie Wilson is going in before Victoria/Tara.

  2. This is completely, totally, absolutely 100 percent proof that the WWF/E “Hall of Fame” is nothing but a Vince McMahon’s good-side list. As if we needed concrete evidence (Brooklyn Brawler), here’s more.

    And it’s turned into a “well, we’ve got to induct a woman this year. You know that. If not, we’ll look bad. Who can we put in?”

    I’m waiting for the Bertha Faye announcement.

    • My bad. I have checked my information and discovered the Brawler is in fact NOT in the hall of fame. I stand corrected.

      I’ll use Jacqueline as my example instead (2016).

      • Jacqueline was a very good wrestler and very good in the business. WWE just didn’t make good use of her talents. She was awesome in Memphis.

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