Jerry Lynn, Homicide, And Ruckus Set To Be Inducted Into Indie Wrestling Hall Of Fame

Jerry Lynn is headed into the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Game Changer Wrestling announced that Jerry Lynn will be inducted into the inaugural Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame. Sean Waltman will be the man to induct Lynn.

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The ceremony will take place on Saturday, January 22. Lynn is the first name to be announced as being inducted.

Lynn is one of the most respected name in wrestling and currently works as a producer/coach in AEW. He last wrestled in 2013 at HOW The Last F'n Show: Jerry Lynn's Retirement Show. He most famously competed in ECW and TNA/IMPACT. He is a former ECW World Champion and TNA X Division Champion.

Lynn and Waltman shared the ring many times across many promotions throughout their respective careers starting back in 1990 when they were coming up in Minnesota.

Along with Lynn, GCW announced that Homicide will be inducted into the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame by Chris Dickinson.

Homicide is one of the most well-known names from New York and a legend in ROH. He is a former ROH World and Tag Team Champion. He is also a former seven-time JAPW World and Tag Team Champion.

He remains active to this day, competing for ROH, GCW, DEFY, ECPW and more independent promotions.

In a recent interview, Homicide spoke about his ideal retirement scenario. You can view his comments by clicking here.

Finally, GCW announced that Ruckus will be inducted into the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame by Sonjay Dutt.

Ruckus has been active since 1999 and has competed for CZW, ROH, JAPW.

Find out more about the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame by clicking here.

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