The Godfather : Bio
The WWE Hall of Fame now has its Godfather.
Remembered by WWE audiences as a fun-loving staple of the Attitude Era, The Godfather’s journey to the Hall of Fame was certainly one wild train ride.
In the late ‘90s he was most recognizable for being the muscle of The Nation of Domination, but as that group began to slowly disband, The Godfather seemingly began to have more and more women accompany him to ringside every week.
This trend continued after The Nation officially split and The Godfather quickly transitioned into one of the WWE Universe’s most beloved Superstars, both for his attractive supporting cast and for his enigmatic charisma and charm.
The Godfather would go on to capture both the Intercontinental Championship and the WWE Tag Team Championship. For a brief period of time along the Right to Censor, he would shun his upbeat, often raunchy persona to become The Good Father. This metamorphosis would not last for long, however, and The Godfather (and his train of ladies) would return in the 2002 Royal Rumble Match in spectacular fashion.
Even today, The Godfather and his never-ending supply of beautiful women still pop up on WWE television from time-to-time. It may be infrequent, but when it does happen, one thing is certain, the WWE Universe gleefully cheers, “All aboard!”