Mike Tyson joins an elite group Saturday when the WWE inducts him into its Hall of Fame as part of WrestleMania XXVIII festivities in Miami. Tyson will be just the fifth inductee who isn't in the pro wrestling biz.

Bob Uecker

Uecker was the ring announcer at WrestleMania III for the main event between Hulk Hogan and Andre The Giant. But he is better remembered for his interview with Andre during WrestleMania IV (see video at left).

Drew Carey

Carey provided some comic relief at the 2001 Royal Rumble when he found himself facing off against the demonic red monster known as Kane (see video at left).

Pete Rose

Rose earned his Hall induction with three different WrestleMania appearances. Two featured an encounter with Kane, including in 1998 at WrestleMania XIV in Boston (see video at left).

William Perry

The Fridge had the hometown crowd in Chicago's Rosemont Horizon behind him for the Battle Royal at WrestleMania 2. Perry (slugging Jim The Anvil Neidhart at left) was eliminated by Big John Studd, but quickly got even. He snookered Studd with a handshake offer and pulled him over the top of rope when they shook.

Mike Tyson

Tyson was also a part of WrestleMania XIV as he served as the "special enforcer" for the title bout between Stone Cold Steve Austin and Shawn Michaels (see video at left). Tyson also had a guest host appearance on "Monday Night Raw" in 2010.

No knock on any of these inductees, but somehow Lawrence Taylor still isn't in the WWE Hall of Fame despite this bravura performance against Bam Bam Bigelow at WrestleMania XI:

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