One of the many residual impacts of WrestleMania moving to the Performance Center in April was the cancellation of the 2020 WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony.
The star-studded class was supposed to see Batista, the NWO, The British Bulldog, JBL, Jushin Liger and The Bella Twins inducted.
At the time it was reported that WWE planned to move the ceremony to take place around a large event later in the year when fans were back in arenas, presumably SummerSlam.
WWE’s plan regarding the 2020 Hall of Fame was to do it at a corresponding PPV once fans returned, ideally SummerSlam. That obviously didn’t happen. With no fans until November at the earliest, the plan is now to induct the 2020 class as the class of 2021 during WrestleMania 37.— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) August 27, 2020
However, with the prospect of fans being re-admitted before November at the earliest looking bleak, previously accurate Twitter account WrestleVotes is saying that the class will likely now be indicted on WrestleMania 37 weekend instead.
It remains to be seen if this plan comes to fruition but it certainly seems the most sensible plan going forward. This class deserves a proper spotlight rather than having their induction set as an afterthought or a box ticking exercise.