WWE Hall Of Fame
Time and location
Tuesday, Apr 6 | 8/7 PMC
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Tuesday, Apr 6 | 8/7 PMC
Kane’s red-hot speech helps set WWE’s historical Hall of Fame Class of 2020 and 2021 induction ablaze
For the first time ever, the squared circle’s greatest honor was bestowed on two classes in one magic night with the WWE Hall of Famer Class of 2020 and 2021 Induction Ceremonies - honoring Kane, nWo, The Bella Twins, JBL, British Bulldog, Ozzy Osbourne, Molly Holly, Eric Bischoff, Titus O’Neil and so many more.
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2020 WWE Hall of Fame Inductees take their place in sports-entertainment history
To kick off the festivities, JBL’s stock hit an all-time high as The Wrestling God took his place in the WWE Hall of Fame.
The British Bulldog was next to be immortalized. The late Superstar was represented by his wife Diana, daughter Georgia, and son Harry Smith, who paid tribute to him as a competitor and a family man.
From his homeland in Japan, the legendary high-flyer Jushin “Thunder” Liger expressed his deepest thanks to his fans around the world for their support over a career that spanned five decades.
William Shatner was next to be beamed into the WWE Hall of Fame, as he reflected on his WWE fandom and his incredible experiences on Monday Night Raw.
Nikki & Brie Bella talked about their gratefulness for being at the forefront of WWE’s Women’s Evolution as they took their place in the hallowed hall.
The 2020 Warrior Award was presented to WWE Global Ambassador Titus O’Neil for his outstanding service to his community and beyond.
To close out the Class of 2020’s Induction Ceremony, the revolutionary nWo were recognized. Hollywood Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash & Sean Waltman took the stage, once again exuding the rebellious spirit that powered their invasions of WCW and WWE and made them beloved for being bad.
WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2021 immortalized forever
The 2021 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony kicked off with a one-of-a-kind inductee: Rob Van Dam. RVD was all about exchanging positive vibes with the WWE Universe as he took his place in history.
Molly Holly joined the hall next while taking time to thank everyone who helped her along the way during her legendary career.
The WWE Hall of Fame gained a towering new member, as The Great Khali thanked his legions of fans for their support as he entered the hallowed hall.
The crazy train pulled into the WWE Hall of Fame next, as Ozzy Osbourne joined the Celebrity Wing.
He’s in the WWE Hall of Fame and better than ever! After a trailblazing career as a wrestling executive and performer, Eric Bischoff was immortalized in sports-entertainment history.
Longtime WWE employee Rich Hering was honored with the 2021 Warrior Award, in recognition of more than 50 years of service to the company in a number of roles.
The final inductee of the night was Kane. With his trademark mask at his side, The Devil’s Favorite Demon reflected on his incredible career, and the unforgettable saga between he and his brother, The Undertaker, before summoning the fires of hell to bring the ceremony to a close.