Professional wrestler and renowned country singer J-E-Double-F J-A-Double-R E-Double-T is reportedly “very H-A Double-P-Y” about rumors circulating the internet that he will be part of the 2018 C-L-A-Double-S of the WWE H-A Double-L O Double-F A-M-E.
Double-J, as the wrestler is nicknamed, has been a prominent professional wrestler for nearly two decades, typically portraying a H-Double-E-L, and was also the founding owner and longtime B-Double-O K-E-R of TNA Wrestling, based out of N-A-S-H-V-I-Double-L E.
He made his WWE debut in 1992 when he and J-E-Double-R Y Lawler “invaded” a house show in Memphis T-E-Double-N E Double-S Double-E.
Double-J would go on to feud with the likes of Bob H-O-Double-L Y, B-I-Double-L Y G-U-Double-N, K-U-Double-R G-A-N, and Triple H, before departing to launch TNA with his father, J-E-Double-R Y J-A-Double-R-E-Double-T.
If the rumors are true, Double-J will be inducted alongside Goldberg, The Dudley Boyz, Ivory, and the comedian who played D-A-Double-N-Y T-A-Double-N-E-R.