Is Randy "Macho Man" Savage finally bound for the WWE Hall of Fame?
Well, that remains to be seen, but what at one time was about as likely as LeBron James and Cleveland Cavaliers owner Dan Gilbert exchanging Christmas cards suddenly doesn't seem so far-fetched.
Savage, who has been on the outs with WWE chairman Vince McMahon for years, not only is included in the forthcoming WWE All-Stars video game, but he also cut a promotional video for it.
This latest news continues what appears to be a gradual thawing of the strained relationship between Savage and McMahon. In the past couple years, WWE has produced a Savage DVD and action figure.
Personally, I do think Savage will eventually take his rightful place in the WWE Hall of Fame, but my guess is that it won't be this year. WWE likes to have one really big star each year for it's Hall of Fame event, and obviously this year it's Shawn Michaels. If and when Savage gets the call, there's little doubt that he would be the headliner.