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The Illustrated WWE Hall Of Fame

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No, the WWE Hall of Fame isn't a physical place. We'd have a family season ticket if it were.

But while wrestling fans clamour for their own ring-shaped-Mecca, illustrator Rod Hunt has come up with a rather spectacular idea for what the lycra-clad halls could look like.

Commissioned for the March issue of WWE Magazine, Hunt has included tributes to the likes of Hulk Hogan, The Heartbreak Kid, Andre the Giant, Booker T’s Spinarooni, Triple H and The Hart Family, each with their own themed location.

You can check out more of Rod's work on his site here.

Rod Hunt is an award-winning London based Illustrator who has built a reputation for retro tinged Illustrations & detailed character filled landscapes, & the artist behind the bestselling Top Gear Where's Stig? books.

(Images: Rod Hunt)

(Via: Kotaku)

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