"Despite just a 6-6 record in UFC competition, he’s done enough with his legendary fights, his charismatic personality, his quick wit and his television work to merit an induction into the UFC Hall of Fame one day. A Hall of Fame is meant to honor those whose accomplishments and contributions to a sport far exceed the average and no doubt, Bonnar has done that. Most of his fights have been highly memorable slugfests that have left the crowd roaring its approval. He hasn’t won all of them, but the UFC brings him back because management knows it can count on him to deliver a pulsating match. He’s an eloquent public speaker and one of the wittiest fighters in the game. He’s doing a terrific job as a part-time analyst on ESPN’s studio show, "MMA Live," as well as doing color analysis on World Extreme Cagefighting broadcasts. He’s given back to the sport and the fans who support it in so many ways. For that, he deserves to be honored by being inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame one day."