WWE Plans to Induct 2020 Hall of Famers as Part of WrestleMania Weekend in 2021

The global pandemic has forced WWE to make a number of changes to its product since April, missing The Hall of Fame Ceremony was just one of them.

There were originally plans for the stars who were being inducted into the Hall of Fame this year to be added to the class as part of SummerSlam weekend instead, but the fact that fans were unable to return last weekend meant that the company was forced to change their plans once again.

According to a report from WrestleVotes, WWE has now made the decision that the likes of The Bella Twins, The British Bulldog, JBL, Batista, Jushin Thunder Liger, and The nWo will all be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame as part of WrestleMania 37 weekend but as 2021 inductees instead.

With fans not allowed to return to arenas to watch the product live until at least November, this new plan means that WWE shouldn’t have to change their plans for the Hall of Fame ceremony for a third time.

It also means that there would be no reveals for the 2021 Hall of Fame next year, because the class has already been announced and are now awaiting their official induction.