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Report: The Undertaker Not Planned To Be Only Inductee Of 2022 WWE Hall Of Fame Class

More inductees expected to be announced

Following the announcement that The Undertaker would headline the 2022 class of the WWE Hall Of Fame, some, including Bully Ray, questioned if The Phenom should be the sole inductee this year. 

This seemingly won't be the case, though, and more names are expected to be added to the 2022 class soon, according to WrestleVotes. 

"Although the idea was in fact considered, I'm told The Undertaker will not be a 'solo' inductee at this year's Hall of Fame. Source expects additional names will be announced soon, potentially starting tomorrow," they tweeted.

WWE's last Hall Of Fame class included Eric Bischoff, Kane, Molly Holly, Rob Van Dam and The Great Khali. The Hall Of Fame still has several big omissions, though, with Christian Cage, Vader, Lex Luger and The Steiner Brothers still without a ring. 

The 2022 Hall Of Fame ceremony will take place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Friday, April 1, following that night's live edition of Friday Night SmackDown. A two-day WrestleMania 38 will then follow the festivities.

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