Why Bray Wyatt Isn't Planned For WWE Hall Of Fame Revealed

The real reason behind the decision to not induct Bray Wyatt into the Hall Of Fame this year

WWE have announced several names for the 2024 Hall Of Fame such as Paul Heyman, Bull Nakano, Barry Windham & Mike Rotunda of the U.S. Express, Thunderbolt Patterson, and Muhammad Ali, but someone who has not been announced is the late Bray Wyatt, despite some expectation and rumours of him being involved in the line-up this year. 

It was reported over the last week that Wyatt was in the original plans for the WWE Hall Of Fame, which would see him inducted in the same year as his father, but these plans have changed. Per Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, the reason for this is due to the upcoming documentary on Peacock revolving around Wyatt, “Bray Wyatt: Becoming Immortal”, which will air on April 1. 

"[It] had something to do with the decision not to induct Wyatt into the Hall of Fame this year, that this year they were doing the big documentary for him and would induct him later."

This seems to indicate that WWE is taking their time when it comes to paying respects to Wyatt’s life and career, rather than doing it all at once.

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