The 2021 WWE Hall Of Fame Ceremony is reportedly set to be shown live from The ThunderDome on Tuesday 6 April.
Reports earlier this week suggested that, as of the announcement of Molly Holly's induction into the Hall Of Fame, the plan was for the ceremony to be pre-taped in some capacity.
However, PWInsider is reporting that WWE is now intending to host this year's Hall Of Fame live from The ThunderDome, and will present the show live on Peacock and The WWE Network.
WWE is hoping to have as many of the inductees live in attendance as possible, with the promotion planning to induct both the classes of 2020 and 2021 after last year's event was cancelled, while some of the WWE roster and guests of the inducted personalities will also be present.
WWE fans will also be able to attend via the use of the screens at The ThunderDome.
So far, Molly Holly is the only confirmed inductee for the 2021 class. The 2020 class consists of Batista, John 'Bradshaw' Layfield, The Bella Twins, The British Bulldog, Jushin 'Thunder' Liger and the New World Order.