WWE has inducted legends into their Hall of Fame for years, but there is no physical location where fans can gather to actually pay tribute to those Superstars. It seems that the idea of a physical WWE Hall of Fame is a very lofty one.

WWE has a lot of things going on, and it appears that a physical Hall of Fame might have to wait. Only time will tell how long fans will have to wait, but the idea isn’t an impossible one to imagine.

During the Strictly Business podcast, Eric Bischoff was asked about the idea of WWE opening a physical Hall of Fame. If anything, he thinks that it will happen at some point, but it needs to make sense.

“It probably will at some point. It’s just a question of priorities — what makes the most sense when. I’m sure it will happen at some point in time. Like I said, it’s just a matter of when.”


WWE has an entire warehouse full of artifacts that they could easily fill up a Hall of Fame location. We will have to see how long it takes for that to happen, but the fact is that a WWE Hall of Fame isn’t on the company’s things-to-do list right now.

Another big question is where a WWE Hall of Fame would go. Orlando seems like a perfect location, and WWE has great ties in the tourism capital of the USA, but they’re not breaking ground on it right now.

Would you be down to go to a physical WWE Hall of Fame location? Sound off in the comments to let us know what you think!

Felix Upton

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