The WWE's Hall of Fame is filled with the great and the good of the wrestling world, but there are still plenty of wrestlers who have yet to be inducted into the hallowed hall.
As such, there is an almost year-round debate about who should be the next group of stars honored by the WWE. Indeed, veteran wrestlers themselves are usually pretty quick to champion their own cause.
One ex-female wrestler who many believe deserves to be in the Hall of Fame has today, though, admitted she doesn't think she'll be handed the honor anytime soon - explaining the reason why in the process.
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Former WWE Diva Molly Holly, speaking during an appearance on 'Another Wrestling Podcast', via NoDq.com, said she feels she is well down the pecking order and doesn't even necessarily consider herself a fully fledged member of the WWE:
"There are a lot of people I’d like to see in there before me, if I even get in. I always viewed myself as a glorified enhancement talent, someone they’d give the title to to put over the real stars," she explained.
"I don’t see myself as a future Hall of Famer, of course if they asked me to, I’d love to, I wouldn’t turn it down, but there are some other ladies who should be in there long before I am.”
A former member of WCW, Molly Holly was a prominent member of the WWE's Diva division between 2000-2005.
She (briefly) gained the Hardcore Championship at WrestleMania X8 and held the Women's Championship on two occasions, feuding with the likes of Trish Stratus in the process.
When she left the WWE in 2005 there were rumors that she was frustrated at the organization's apparent focus on their female wrestlers' looks rather than wrestling talent.
WWE fans: Who is the biggest name not in the Hall of Fame right now? Have your say in the comments below...