Lex Luger Reveals What A HOF Induction Would Mean to Him

Nick Paglino

During a recent public appearance, WWE and WCW Legend Lex Luger was asked what it would mean to him to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, to which Luger responded with the following:

"It would just be a tremendous honor if someday I was inducted in the Hall of Fame, but really, we're here to get down to glory to God now with our lives and serve others and use open vessels for him to bring people to Christ. 

But, would that be an honor? It's something that would also help to use as a platform to continue ministry as well. It would be wonderful, definitely."

In related news, WrestleZone exclusively reported, in an article you can read if you CLICK HERE, that the reason why WWE decided against including Luger in this year's Hall of Fame class along with the other Four Horsemen, is due to his influence on Miss Elizabeth during the last years of her life, and the feeling by some in WWE that Luger influenced her negatively and enabled her drug abuse. Back in 2007, Luger had the following to say to ESPN.com:

"I take a lot of responsibility for that—my influence in her life. Her little heart and body couldn't take what I was doing."

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