WWE Hall of Fame 2020 Induction Ceremony Taping Updates

WWE Hall of Fame 2020 Tapings

WWE pre-taped the induction ceremony for WWE Hall of Fame 2020 which is set to air on 6 April 2021. Some pictures and updates have come out from the tapings at Tropicana Fields in St. Petersburg, FL, which we will discuss below.

WWE Hall of Famer Jerry Lawler hosted the 2020 Induction Ceremony. He shared the information via Twitter and posted several photos. Lawler has not been seen on RAW since January.

Titus O’ Neil was in the picture with other Hall of Fame inductees. His Warrior Award is now confirmed and the award is for the year 2020.

William Shatner was not present to accept his 2020 induction for the Celebrity Wing of Hall of Fame. No information is currently present whether he appeared in a pre-taped video or not.

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The same goes for Jushin “Thunder” Liger who was supposedly not able to travel from Japan due to COVID-19 restrictions. It is likely that Liger taped some message for WWE to aired with the ceremony.

For Davey Boy Smith(British Bulldog), his family member accepted the award- his son Davey Boy Smith Jr., his daughter Georgia Smith and his wife Diana Hart-Smith. They also had a bulldog with them.

Other Inductees- nWO’s Hulk Hogan, Sean Waltman, Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, the Bella Twins, and JBL- were also present at the ceremony.

WWE Chairman Vince McMahon and Executive Vice-President Triple H were also present as seen in the pictures.

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