The WWE Hall Of Fame is a yearly celebration of pro wrestling’s past. The ceremony has become a pretty long ordeal to sit through and some Superstars didn’t even make it through Goldberg’s speech before leaving last year. This is one of the reasons why he thinks the WWE HOF is stupid.

Now it looks like WWE is making a big move to ensure that the Hall Of Fame is shorter this year. X-Pac revealed on Not Sam Wrestling that WWE is doing away with the practice of having people come out and induct the Hall Of Fame Class this year.

Sometimes an introduction can get out of hand, especially if it is someone who really loves/misses talking on a microphone in front of the WWE Universe. This problem can also be amplified if the individual doesn’t have an extensive history of public speaking.

Therefore, it looks like the WWE Hall Of Fame will be shorter this year. We already know that D-Generation X and the Honky Tonk Man will be inducted into the Class Of 2019 and the Original Hart Foundation is rumored as well.

Now WWE might have one less decision to make when it comes to who will be inducting the new members of the HOF because apparently WWE is doing away with the practice altogether.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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