With WWE WrestleMania season in full-swing, there's always the conversation of who does and doesn't belong in the WWE Hall of Fame always exists.
Mick Foley is a WWE Hall of Famer, and recently discussed his desire to see former WCW Champion and rival Big Van Vader and former WWF Intercontinental Champion Chyna in the Hall of Fame. When appearing on Sean Waltman's X-Pac 12360 Podcast, Foley elaborated on those thoughts.
"We could go around and around because obviously there are dozens of people who are deserving and it's a pretty subjective Hall. It's not like the Baseball Hall of Fame, it’s based on statistics and you know things that are very objective. But, I think when you look at the contributions Leon (Vader) made you know; with WWE being probably the least impressive run he had. But, I think that's only because people were in his ear and it was pre-Attitude Era, where he wasn't really allowed to be the Vader that had struck fear into the hearts of enhancement workers around the country. And I thought he was a dominant performer who drew more money than just about anybody in his era around the world. And the thing is, it would mean so much to him. He just had an operation on his heart and I mentioned it to Vince (McMahon) last year that I wished he'd consider it sooner rather than later, because I know how much it would mean to him (Vader). For Joanie (Chyna), I love the fact that she is mentioned on WWE, that they show her in videos and I hope it's a sign that one day she'll be in."
Chyna had a harsh relationship with WWE for years, stemming from the split from ex-boyfriend Triple H, who would go on to marry into the McMahon family.
You can hear the full podcast at this link.