Bray Wyatt Not Planned For 2024 Class Of WWE Hall Of Fame

Bray had been under consideration but will reportedly not go in the WWE Hall of Fame this year.

The late Bray Wyatt will not be inducted into this year's class of the WWE Hall of Fame, according to The Wrestling Observer. 

In yesterday's daily update, Dave Meltzer wrote: 

"It was confirmed to us yesterday that with the exception of Lia Maivia, all members of the 2024 Hall of Fame class have been announced. Regarding rumours of Bray Wyatt, obviously he was on the list at one point but it's not planned, or at least wasn't as of yesterday. The impression I was given is that he will be put in soon".

Already announced for this year's Hall of Fame class are Paul Heyman, Bull Nakano, Thunderbolt Patterson, the US Express (Mike Rotunda & Barry Windham), and Muhammad Ali.

The announcement of the US Express had fuelled speculation that Bray - who passed away in August at age 36 - would also be inducted, since Mike Rotunda is his father and Barry Windham is his uncle. Bray's real name (Windham Rotunda) was given in tribute to Barry.

According to Meltzer, Paul 'Triple H' Levesque (who is now in charge of choosing who gets inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame) has retained a rule that Vince McMahon put in place when selecting classes in the past.

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