It has come to light that The Undertaker may be playing a significant role at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony following SmackDown tonight.

According to reports from PWInsider Elite, there is speculation that The Undertaker could potentially be inducting Muhammad Ali into the Hall of Fame. However, it’s worth noting that the original announcement by Variety a couple of weeks ago mentioned that Ali would be inducted by his widow, Lonnie Ali.

As such, it remains unclear what role The Undertaker may have at the ceremony, if any. Further updates on this matter will be provided as they become available.

In addition to these developments, it has been confirmed that Roman Reigns will be inducting Paul Heyman, while The Rock will be honoring his grandmother, Lia Maivia, with an induction.


The list of inductees also includes Thunderbolt Patterson, Bull Nakano, and the US Express team consisting of Barry Windham and Taylor Rotunda.

Stay tuned to Ringside News for live coverage of all events throughout the weekend, including updates from the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony.

How do you feel about the possibility of The Undertaker playing a role in the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony, potentially inducting Muhammad Ali? And with the confirmed inductors like Roman Reigns and The Rock, what are your expectations for the ceremony? Let us know in the comments below.

Steve Carrier

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