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Eric LeGrand named this year's WWEHOF Warrior Award Recipient

The WWE Hall of Fame has announced that former Rutgers football player, Eric Legrand will be this year’s recipient of the Warrior Award at this year’s Hall of Fame ceremony. While playing for the Scarlet Knights, LeGrand was severely hurt, suffering a spinal cord injury in a game against Army in 2010.  While he would become paralyzed from the waist down, many doctors speculated that he might not be able live.  Since the accident, LeGrand has becpme a motivational speaker and has raised significant finds for spinal cord research. The widow of the Warrior, Dana Warrior, will do his induction, who in previous years inducted Connor “The Crusher” Michalek and Joan Lunden.  While LeGrand has never made an appearance on WWE programming, however when was chosen mentioned that he was a lifelong fan of the WWE. We here at Notinhalloffame.com would like to congratulate Eric LeGrand for earning this accolade.


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