While doing a recent interview, Brutus Beefcake teased that a possible WWE Hall of Fame induction is in the works. The comments have led many to believe that he will be inducted during Wrestlemania 32 weekend in Dallas this upcoming April. No other source has confirmed a potential induction of Beefcake, so there is a very good chance that Brutus is just drumming up interest in himself so he can command more money from promoters.
January 24, 2016
Here is an interesting tidbit on Brutus Beefcake. Back when he and Hulk Hogan started their professional wrestling careers together during the late 1970s, they were billed as brothers. Since they really wanted people to believe that, they made it a point to stay in character outside of the arena. It caused enough confusion that many people, including those in the industry, really believed that they were blood brothers.
August 16, 2015
During a recent convention, Brutus Beefcake revealed that he was promised the Intercontinental Championship on three separate occasions when he was working for WWE. He stated that guys like Honky Tonk Man, Ultimate Warrior and Rick Rude jumped in front of him in line. When Beefcake was finally scheduled to win the belt at a Summerslam, he ended up suffering a horrible facial injury.
August 15, 2015
Even though he is just as qualified as some of the performers that have already been inducted, do not expect to see Brutus Beefcake being thrown into the hall of fame by WWE any time soon. He has had quite a few controversial incidents over the years. Plus, the former Intercontinental Champion has backstage heat with Hulk Hogan. Considering the fact that the company wants to keep a business relationship with Hogan, the induction will not happen.
May 9, 2015
In a very sad story, it has now been revealed that Brutus Beefcake has sunk so low in life that he has resorted to selling autographed photos of Hulk Hogan that have fake signatures. Hogan took to social media to warn fans that he was not the one that signed those. He also stated that he never gave Beefcake anything to sell. The two of them were once as close as brothers, but some backstage heat has gotten in between them since.
May 4, 2015
When it comes to the training that Hulk Hogan received before he became one of the biggest stars that WWE has ever seen, a lot of fans are familiar with the name Hiro Matsuda, the legendary performer who also trained Scott Hall and Lex Luger. However, none of us knew about Koko B Ware, who claimed in a recent interview that he secretly was the guy that trained both Hogan and Brutus Beefcake. Hogan does not acknowledge it.
February 23, 2015