Ahmed Johnson Believes He Should Be In The WWE Hall Of Fame


During a recent appearance on the “Iron-On Wrestling” podcast, Ahmed Johnson commented on his run in WWE during the mid-90s where he won the Intercontinental Championship after defeating Goldust at the King of the Ring pay-per-view event.

Following that bout, Johnson was dealing with several injuries and had a lot of backstage heat on him, which changed the direction of his career.

Despite this, Johnson believes he deserves to be in the WWE Hall of Fame.

You can check out some highlights from the podcast below:

On a spot in the WWE Hall of Fame: “Yes, I think being the first African American Intercontinental Champion, I think I deserve a spot in the Hall of Fame.”

On his biggest career regret: “I wish I could’ve left in a different way. The only thing I say when I regret it … I didn’t tell Vince the real story because growing up like I grew up, as you did, we don’t tell people our problems. Most of our problems, we suck them up and deal with them in a little ball inside of us and let it just fester in there. I wish I would’ve told Vince the real deal about why I was leaving.”

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(h/t – Wrestling Inc)

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