Earlier today WWE released details of this year’s WrestleMania, alongside dates and locations for 2022 AND 2023.
However, it seems the Hall of Fame could be done a little differently this year.
The WWE Hall of Fame goes back to 1993, and since 2004 the ceremony itself has been a part of the WrestleMania weekend events.
The 2020 event was cancelled due to COVID-19 and it now seems that those supposed to be inducted last year will be inducted this year instead.
Dave Meltzer, speaking on Wrestling Observer Radio, also had the following to say:
They’re gonna announce more activities. The plan is to do a Hall of Fame, the last I heard, virtually, without fans, but that could change. That might be tough.
The 2020 Hall of Fame class of Batista, JBL, The Bella Twins, Jushin Thunder Liger, The British Bulldog and The nWo (Hulk Hogan, Sean Waltman, Scott Hall, and Kevin Nash) are still to be inducted, but there’s no word yet on whether extra superstars will make up a 2021 class.