Spoilers On The WWE Hall Of Fame Taping
WWE taped the Class Of 2020 portion on Tuesday
WWE began taping the 2021 Hall Of Fame on Tuesday, ahead of broadcasting the entire ceremony on Tuesday, 6 April.
It has been previously reported that recordings for this year's inductions - which is including both the Class Of 2020 and the Class Of 2021 after last year's postponement - are taking place over two days, with the first section of the show being taped on Tuesday 30 March.
Jerry Lawler confirmed on social media that he hosted the proceedings at the WWE ThunderDome in Tropicana Fields, which saw the Class Of 2020 given their overdue induction into the Hall Of Fame.
A report from PWInsider suggests that Jushin 'Thunder' Liger was not in attendance, while recently announced Celebrity Wing inductee William Shatner was also not physically at the event.
A photo shared by HeelByNature seemed to confirm the names who were in attendance for the Class Of 2020, while also showing that Titus O'Neil was indeed the recipient of the Warrior Award as a part of the 2020 induction ceremony.
Davey Boy Smith Jr., Georgia Smith and Diana Hart-Smith were present to accept the honour for “The British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith, while Sean Waltman was included in the NWO induction along with Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash.
WWE is expected to tape the Class Of 2021 portion of the Hall of Fame on Thursday, with the entire show broadcast on Peacock and the WWE Network next Tuesday.