Owen Hart’s Widow Turns Down Offer from WWE, WWE Sending Out HOF Ballots, Big Bossman



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At one point, WWE officials had been discussing inducting Owen Hart into the 2013 Hall of Fame class as a part of a settlement with Martha Hart.

WWE reached out to Martha about settling her lawsuit against the company and inducting Owen but she turned the offer down. There is a feeling that eventually the lawsuit will be thrown out but that may take some time.

Other names recently discussed for induction include the late “Big Bossman” Ray Traylor, Mick Foley, Bob Backlund and Kevin Nash. Nothing is set in stone and after the first of the year, WWE will be sending out ballots within the company to get suggestions on names to be inducted.

(Source: PWInsider)



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