Homicide being inducted into the Indie Wrestling Hall Of Fame

Homicide is joining Jerry Lynn in the inaugural Indie Wrestling Hall Of Fame class

Photo Courtesy: Game Changer Wrestling

The first two entrants into the Indie Wrestling Hall Of Fame have been announced.

Earlier today, Game Changer Wrestling announced that Jerry Lynn is going to be inducted into the Indie Wrestling Hall Of Fame on January 22nd. Inducting Lynn into the Hall is Sean ‘X-Pac’ Waltman. The second name announced for the ceremony is Homicide.

Homicide has been involved in the wrestling business for close to 30 years and he is currently a producer for the National Wrestling Alliance. He has won titles in Ring of Honor, TNA, PWG and in many more promotions and companies. Doing the honors of inducting Homicide is Chris Dickinson, who Homicide won the ROH World Tag Titles with this past June at Best in the World.

Dickinson recently underwent surgery after suffering an injury at the NJPW Battle in the Valley show. He is expected to be out of action 5-to-6 months.

In September, Homicide made an appearance at AEW’s Rampage Grand Slam event at Arthur Ashe Stadium and assisted Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston to a win over Minoru Suzuki and Lance Archer.

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