Samoa Joe Hopes To See Homicide Inducted As Part Of The Second ROH Hall Of Fame Class

Samoa Joe reflects on his ROH Hall of Fame induction.

Samoa Joe is part of the first-ever Ring of Honor Hall of Fame class. This first Hall of Fame class is a who's who of who put Ring of Honor on the map. CM Punk, Bryan Danielson, Mark, and Jay Briscoe join him in this class is Ring of Honor looks to honor its past ahead of its future which will begin in April as they come out of hiatus.

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Samoa Joe reflected on his Hall of Fame induction while appearing on a recent episode of Busted Open Radio. Joe says that he was very happy with what the promotion put together to honor him.

"I liked it all. When it comes to things, especially being put in a Hall of Fame, accolades being bestowed upon you by others, it's their memories that have created this person they enjoy so much. I'm not too picky. Whatever work people enjoyed and they put on it, I'm very happy with the decisions they made," Joe said.

Regarding his fellow Hall of Famers, Samoa Joe says that he was in complete agreement with who was inducted in this inaugural class and he is hoping to see Homicide as part of the second class.

"As for my fellow inductees, I agree with all of them 120%. All of them were there in the company's infancy and held Ring of Honor together in tough times and helped the company flourish," Joe said. "The only snub that I'm concerned with, I'm not overly critical, you can only put so many people, is Homicide. When you talk about the early days of Ring of Honor, guys that held the locker room together, that were consistently put upon to main event, if I wasn't as champion, or put upon to spice things up, our workhorse, Homicide was one of those guys. Other than that, I thought it was a great first class and I look forward to seeing Homicide in the second class."

Elsewhere in the interview, Samoa Joe spoke about relinquishing the NXT Championship for the last time before he was released by WWE. Learn more here.

Ring of Honor is coming back with its Supercard of Honor event in April. They recently announced more names that are slated for the event. You can get caught up at this link.

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