Sabu On WWE's "Fake" Hall Of Fame: "They Let Anybody In Who Can Draw Money"

ECW Original Sabu is not mincing words when it comes to the WWE Hall of Fame.

In an interview with Sports Illustrated, Sabu talked about him being inducted in the WWE Hall of Fame at some point in the future. Sabu was not receptive of the idea of the WWE's Hall of Fame and said that it's not a true Hall of Fame unlike other pro wrestling Halls all over the world.

"It's such a fake Hall of Fame," Sabu said. "I'd only do it because I need the money. I don't know if I would mother--- everyone or if I would take it graciously, but I don't consider it a real Hall of Fame. It's not like the Baseball Hall of Fame or the Football Hall of Fame. They let anybody in it, anybody who could draw money. The real wrestling Hall of Fames are in Iowa and Amsterdam, New York. They look for donations because they're so broke, but they have s--- from the 1800s. Vince's Hall of Fame only has s--- from Vince's company. If you didn't work for his company, you're not in the Hall of Fame. That's nothing to do with how good you are, it only matters who owned them."

Although there are of set criteria for entering the Hall of Fame, WWE's Hall of Fame does include members, such as Abdullah the Butcher and Carlos Colon, whom have only competed with WWE a handful of times, never signing a contract with WWE. 

The full interview can be read at this link.

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