This year’s WWE Hall Of Fame induction ceremony could look a lot different from year’s past. The Floor Seat’s Chris Featherstone reports that a few key traditions will be eliminated for this year’s ceremony. The first being that inductees will no longer be inducted by a specific person.
This tradition was more special for the actual inductees, as people vital to their respective careers were able to induct them into the Hall Of Fame. That ritual has now apparently become nixed. Also, one of the biggest criticisms about the ceremony is that some inductees take far too long with their speeches. This dramatically increases the ceremony’s run time to hours long.
As a result, WWE will reportedly be issuing out 15-minute time limits. This new rule will effectively cut down the length of the WWE Hall Of Fame induction ceremony by a large margin. This year’s inductees thus far include D-Generation X (Shawn Michaels, Triple H, Chyna, Billy Gunn, Road Dogg, and X-Pac), Harlem Heat (Booker T and Stevie Ray), The Honkey Tonk Man, and Torrie Wilson.