Frye, 50, compiled a mixed martial arts (MMA) record of 20-9-1 through 15 years of action. He won UFC 8 Tournament and finished his first six Octagon appearances via knockout or TKO.
This is goods news on a weekend that featured the death of boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Frye was, and still is, an ambassador for the sport of MMA and a popular figure back in his day.
Not to mention that Frye had a stint as a wrestler in Japan, where he became one of the promotion's biggest draws.
The Hall of Fame induction will take place on Sunday (July 10, 2016) at 12:00 p.m. PT live from the Las Vegas Convention Center. It will close out the Fan Expo portion of the promotion's fifth UFC International Fight Week.