It's unlike that Owen Hart will ever go into the WWE Hall of Fame as long as his wife Martha Hart is alive. Martha has been adamant about not wanting WWE to honor Owen as she holds them responsible for his death in 1999.
In interviews leading up to the season finale of Dark Side of the Ring, which focused on the life and death of Owen Hart, Martha called the WWE Hall of Fame, "a fake entity" and "an event they hold to make money."
On Dark Side of the Ring, Owen's 28-year-old son Oje stood by his mom's side when it comes to his dad going into the WWE Hall of Fame.
"I would never let WWE put his name on a piece of silver and say that 'they got that,"' said Oje. "We have built a foundation that helps put people in homes, that helps single moms like my mom was, that lets kids go to school. This was all done in his namesake. This has all got Owen Hart written all over it. This is how communities, people, society remembers him. That's how we want it to be done. Yeah, he was a wrestler, but he was bigger than that. That was just part of who he was."
Oje is referring to the Owen Hart Foundation, which was set up in Owen's name to assist communities.
Oje has not spoken much, if it all, over the years about his father's passing or given his stance on Owen's legacy in WWE. During his 2018 Hall of Fame speech, Mark Henry referenced Oje in a plea to Martha to let Owen into the WWE Hall of Fame.
“Martha. This is not from the company. This is not from other wrestlers. This is from his other brother. He needs to be here. I’d love to be able to look down one day and see Oje able to be among us. It’s his birthright," said Henry in his speech.
It doesn't sound like Oje wants the privilege of standing next to Mark Henry in a Hall of Fame that doesn't physically exist.
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