Who do you think will be, should be, or is on pace to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame?
Georges St. Pierre (longevity as a champ)
Anderson Silva (longevity as a champ)
BJ Penn (former champ in multiple weight classes/longevity)
"Big" John McCarthy (the longest standing ref since UFC 2)
Jose Aldo (longevity as a champ)
Frank Mir (two-time heavyweight champ that made the Heavyweight div interesting with superior bjj)
Brock Lesnar (heavy weight champ with tons of noteriety - I blame his downfall on illness)
Jens Pulver (pioneer - made the light weight division relevent before anyone even cared)
Ronda Rousey (pioneer/longevity as a champ)
Bruce Buffer (even though he is a d-bag)
Joe Rogan (as a fight announcer)
Don Frye (two-time tournament winner and one time finalist)
David "Tank" Abbott (the first truely outlandish UFC personality and a tournament finalist)
Kenny Florian (as the original fighter/television analyst and a 3 time title challenger)
Vitor Belfort (regaining a title would seal it)
Diego Sanchez (title challenger with many memorable fights)
Cain Velasquez (pushes an unbelievable pace for a heavy weight but needs more longevity)
Chael Sonnen (as a television analyst, not a fighter)
Anthony Pettis (if he can maintain some longevity as a champ)
Frankie Edgar (if he can regain a title)
Chris Weidman (if he can maintain some longevity as a champ)
*I am not a fan of adding the entire TUF 1 cast to the HOF. It makes no sense. It would be like adding all of the fighters from UFC 1 to the HOF (even worse). No...
Edited by fonzob1, 09 August 2014 - 08:14 AM.