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Possible Reason Why WWE Hasn’t Announced Any Hall Of Famers Yet, Plans For A Hair vs Mask Match

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Is Batista Holding Up The Hall Of Fame Announcements?

The Hall of Fame ceremony is a huge part of WrestleMania weekend and the build up to the show usually begins the night after the Royal Rumble when the company announces the headliner for that year’s class.

This time last year, Goldberg’s name was already out of the hat and WWE was pushing for more superstars to join him in New Orleans, but many fans have noticed that this year this isn’t the case and it could be because the company has a problem securing their headline act.

Dave Meltzer recently revealed on The Wrestling Observer Radio that Batista could be the rumored name that is causing a problem, but all will become clear in the coming weeks.

“They’re late. It’s probably a lot lower of a priority and I haven’t really heard anything. Except for the rumors about Batista and he may not do it, I don’t know,” he said via Ringsidenews.

WWE Planning Hair vs Mask Match?

This past week on SmackDown Live, WWE announced the participants for The Elimination Chamber match that will do battle for the WWE Championship. These stars include Daniel Bryan, Samoa Joe, Randy Orton, Jeff Hardy, AJ Styles and Mustafa Ali which means that both Andrade Cien Almas and Rey Mysterio will be left out.

Mysterio and Almas have had quite the feud over the past few weeks and Bryan Alvarez of The Wrestling Observer is under the impression that these two stars have missed out on a chance at the WWE Championship so that they can battle in a Hair vs Mask match.

Almas is currently growing out his hair, which shows that there could be some future plans for the star but at present WWE hasn’t revealed what the future holds for two of SmackDown Live’s most promising athletes.

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