WWE just announced that the “Living Legend” Larry Zbysko will be the next inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2015.
The 63 year old Chicago native had a long professional wrestling career which started in 1973 working for the then WWWF, and then WWF until 1981.
In 1981, Zbysko moved to the NWA before joining the American Wrestling Association in 1984 and starting a long feud with Sgt. Slaughter. Zbysko flip flopped between the NWA and the AWA up until 1990 after which he joined – and stayed with – WCW. He transitioned from a wrestler to a member of the broadcast team on Nitro and pay-per-views in the mid 90s and eventually left WCW at the end of the year 2000.
He started working for TNA in 2003 and two years later was given the role of Director of Authority and even wrestled a few times. He lost a loser leaves TNA match against Eric Young at Bound For Glory in 2006 which was his final gig in TNA.
In 2003, Zbysko signed a WWE Legends deal and will now be a member of the WWE Hall of Fame.
Kevin Nash is expected to be the last person to be announced for the class of 2015.