WWE Confirm Details For The 2021 Hall Of Fame
Who could enter in the class of 2021?
WWE have confirmed that the 2021 Hall Of Fame will be shown live on Tuesday 6 April.
The 2021 Hall Of Fame Show will include the 2020 class that are yet to be inducted, due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and a 2021 class of legends too.
The promotion have confirmed that the show will be streamed exclusively on Peacock in the United States and will be available on the WWE Network across the rest of the world.
The news was confirmed by Kayla Braxton on WWE's magazine-style show, The Bump.
As of yet, no names have been confirmed for the 2021 Hall Of Fame class, but fans will finally be able to see the likes of Batista, John Bradshaw Layfield, The British Bulldog, The NWO, Jushin "Thunder" Liger and The Bella Twins inducted into the illustrious group.
With the announcement, WWE fans can now anticipate a full week of WWE content as the company heads into WrestleMania 37. Monday 5 April will see the presentation of the go-home Raw, before the aforementioned Hall Of Fame is shown on the Tuesday.
Wednesday 7 April and Thursday 8 April will reportedly be playing host to the first-ever two-night NXT TakeOver event, while Friday Night Smackdown will be on Friday 9 April.
Completing the week will be the two nights of WrestleMania 37, set to be shown live from Raymond James Stadium on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 April.