WWE have been slow to release this year's Hall Of Fame inductees. At the very least, the company have usually announced the class headliner by this point, but with rumours of The Undertaker as a potential inductee still swirling, it looks like the original Hart Foundation are on their way in.
This is according to a new report from PWInsider, who claim that the group's original trio of Jimmy Hart, Bret 'The Hitman' Hart, and Jim 'The Anvil' Neidhart will soon be confirmed for the Hall Of Fame's class of 2019.
Bret and Jimmy are already part of the Hall Of Fame on their own. Neidhart, who passed away on 13 August 2018, is not.
What's interesting about this induction is that there's no sign of 'Dangerous' Danny Davis (who was with the group from 1987 to 1988), Owen Hart (part of The New Hart Foundation from 1994 onwards), or Brian Pillman and Davey Boy Smith, who helped reprise the group in 1997.
The original incarnation is, without question, the Foundation's most legendary form, and their induction would suggest that the long-rumoured New World Order induction perhaps isn't on the cards this coming April.
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