WWE has decided to scrap this year’s Hall of Fame ceremony according to the Twitter account, WrestleVotes.
The celebration normally takes place the night before WrestleMania, but due to COVID-19, this couldn’t happen. While nothing was confirmed, WWE was apparently planning to attach it to a pay per view with fans in attendance. This would have preferably been last weekend’s SummerSlam, which came and went with no mention of the HoF.
According to WrestleVotes, WWE now plans to scrap this year entirely, hold off until next year’s WrestleMania, and induct the class of 2020 as the class of 2021.
WWE recently moved into the Amway Center in Florida, according to John Alba, WWE won’t have fans in attendance until at least November. Survivor Series 2020 hasn’t been officially confirmed but is rumoured to be taking place on November 22. This would most likely be WWE last option, and would still allow five months before WrestleMania 37.