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Mike Rotunda and Barry Windham to be inducted in WWE HOF class of 2024

WWE today announced that the U.S. Express, the tag team of Mike Rotunda and Barry Windham, will be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2024.

Paul “Triple H” Levesque informed the two personally in a video chat which was published on WWE’s social media properties. Levesque told them that both of them were there to start it all at the very first WrestleMania and he was here to tell them that both of them are going in as a tag team.

Rotunda was visibly emotional as both of them thanked Triple H for the honor.

This is Windham’s second time in the Hall of Fame, having previously been inducted as part of the Four Horsemen. This is Rotunda’s first HOF induction.

“From the very first #WrestleMania… to the WWE Hall of Fame. Mike Rotunda & Barry Windham are a legendary tag team with deep family ties to our business, and their influence will be felt for generations to come. It was an honor to tell the US Express that they’re #WWEHOF bound,” Triple H wrote.

The duo join Paul Heyman and Bull Nakano as part of this year’s class.

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