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Jinder Mahal Believes ‘British Bulldog’ Belongs In WWE Hall of Fame

Jinder Mahal may be hated on-screen with fans disagreeing with both his comments and his actions.

But Mahal won’t find many fans who will disagree with his belief that the ‘British Bulldog’ Davey Boy Smith deserves to be enshrined in the WWE Hall of Fame.

“[British Bulldog] had a great, storied career. From tagging with The Dynamite Kid to breaking out on his own, his career had a great evolution,” Mahal said, during an interview with The Independent.

“He started in Stampede Wrestling in Calgary for Stu Hart and before that had been training in England before being brought in with Dynamite, and of course that classic, classic match against Bret Hart at Summerslam – that’s one of my all-time favorite matches.

“He’s just a great, great superstar in the history of WWE, so I don’t think it is a matter of if he’ll be inducted into the Hall of Fame, but when he’ll become a member.”

With the WWE still rounding out the names for the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2018, they can still discuss adding Smith to the class, but it is more likely that if it does happen, it would be in the future.

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