The 2020 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony didn’t push through as originally planned and scheduled due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the WWE were even looking at different ways to hold the ceremony, as far as even planning to hold it during SummerSlam weekend. The WWE initially thought that plans would push through then and that they would even have fans at the PPV, but that obviously didn’t happen and they were forced to alter the plans yet again.
Dave Meltzer noted on a recent edition of the Wrestling Observer Radio program that WWE’s latest plan is to hold a Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony this year, but not in the traditional way. Instead, they plan to hold the ceremony virtually, but Meltzer did mention that things can change in the future.
There is no word yet on whether a 2021 WWE Hall of Fame class will be inducted as well or if the 2020 class will be considered and inducted as the 2021 class, but updates will be provided once it’s been made available.
WWE previously announced Batista, JBL, The Bella Twins, Jushin Thunder Liger, The British Bulldog and The nWo (Hulk Hogan, Sean Waltman, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash) for the 2020 Hall of Fame Class. It was confirmed recently that WWE’s WrestleMania 37 PPV will take place on April 10th and 11th with fans in attendance from Tampa, Florida.