Dolph Ziggler wants former WCW Champion to headline 2022 WWE Hall of Fame

Scott Steiner is a former WCW Champion

Scott Steiner is one of the biggest names in wrestling and Dolph Ziggler wants him to feature in the 2022 WWE Hall of Fame

The 2020 and 2021 WWE Hall of Fame classes finally got inducted after a great ceremony. Last year’s event had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

However, WWE pulled off quite a good show with stars such as Kane, The Bella Twins, Molly Holly, The British Bulldog, NWO and RVD all making their presence felt.

WWE also had some stars who made their name outside of the promotion getting inducted into the HOF.

Eric Bischoff was one while Jushin Liger is another that did more for wrestling outside of WWE. While fans prepare for WrestleMania and NXT TakeOver in the coming days, it seems that Fox wants to prepare for next year’s event too.

WWE on Fox asked for some suggestions over who should headline the 2022 HOF. Dolph Ziggler had one name that certainly would raise eyebrows, Scott Steiner.

Scott Steiner would be quite an addition to the 2022 WWE Hall of Fame

Big Poppa Pump, as Steiner is known, is a four-time world heavyweight champion. He was one of the top names in WCW and was the heavyweight champion in that promotion.

Scott Steiner could be in the WWE Hall of Fame, according to Dolph Ziggler in 2022
Scott Steiner has wrestled in several promotions over the years (WWE)

He also won several tag titles with his brother, Rick, and Scott is still in the wrestling business. The 58-year-old is signed with the NWA and well, he would certainly take some stopping if he got on the microphone.

Steiner doesn’t mince his words whenever he is on the microphone and some fans quipped that Peacock would have a lot of trouble censoring Big Poppa Pump.

Steiner has hit out at WWE in the past but won a few titles during his stints with the company. The 58-year-old is known for his huge biceps and well, they haven’t reduced in all these years.

It will be interesting to see who WWE has in mind for the 2022 HOF. The Undertaker missed out on this year’s ceremony but he inducted Kane, and the Deadman could be the big name to get into the HOF in 2022.

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