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Homicide, Jerry Lynn, Ruckus first GCW Indie Hall of Fame inductees


Homicide, Jerry Lynn and Ruckus have been announced as the first GCW Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame inductees. The three will be added to the newly-created Hall of Fame on January 22, 2022 at an event at Cutting Room in New York City. 

Sean Waltman has been announced as the inductor for Lynn, Chris Dickinson will induct Homicide, and Sonjay Dutt will induct Ruckus.

Lynn, 58, is currently working in a backstage role as an AEW coach. He is a former ECW World Champion, Ring of Honor World Champion, and Impact X Division Champion, just to name a few of the myriad of titles he has held throughout his career. 

Homicide, 44, has also held the ROH World title and the Impact X Division Championship, plus 23 other championships in a career spanning 28 years.

Ruckus, 43, is still semi-active on the indie scene, including two dates for GCW earlier this year. He made his name primarily in the CZW promotion. 

Tickets for the Indie Wrestling Hall of Fame induction ceremony and gala go on sale Monday, November 22 at 10 a.m. Eastern time.