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2022 WWE Hall Of Fame Inductees

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2022 WWE Hall Of Fame Inductees

With it being WrestleMania season for the WWE, that also means that it is Hall of Fame season for the promotion, too!

Indeed, there are many that look forward to the weekend’s festivities, as many will not be able to handle the anticipation and excitement that they have when April finally arrives.

This year’s WrestleMania – WrestleMania 38 – is already being dubbed as “The Most Stupendous Two-Night Event In WrestleMania History” as it features a stacked card of talent across two nights, with many likely to enjoy a flutter by using the website whilst watching the matches unfold as they are able to experience a top sports betting session when doing so.

Of course, before the action in the ring happens, though, there will be many that will be looking forward to the 2022 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony.

This is always a special and magical event that can be rather emotional at times, whilst it also gives fans the chance to witness some of their biggest and best performers to have ever competed in the squared circle for arguably the biggest professional wrestling company to have ever existed.

Naturally, a number of the inductees for this year’s class have already been announced, with one of the iconic superstars to be synonymous with the industry and the WrestleMania event itself: The Undertaker.

Before Brock Lesnar shocked the world and ended his streak, The Undertaker was able to attain a record streak that was 21-0. He would end his career with a record that finished 25-2, losing to Roman Reigns at WrestleMania 33 in a No Holds Barred match.

Here is a list of the 2022 WWE Hall of Fame inductees:

  • The Undertaker
  • Vader
  • Queen Sharmell
  • Shad Gaspard (Warrior Award)
  • The Steiner Brothers

Indeed, each of these individuals appeared over the course of different generations but each left a significant impression on the industry whilst they performed for the WWE.

Fans that have been watching the WWE for decades may remember that it was “Vader time!” and newer generations managed to witness him in action against Heath Slater back in 2012 ahead of Raw’s 1,00th episode.

Others may remember Queen Sharmell from her time together with King Booker in the mid-00s (her actual husband) and will join him in the WWE Hall of Fame, whilst Shad Gaspard has been posthumously honoured after he died in May 2020 after saving his son whilst out at sea.

The Steiner Brothers – Rick & Scott – are a duo many wanted to see inducted years ago as they paved the way for collegiate-style wrestlers to make an impression in the industry. Scott’s relationship with the WWE had once turned sour, but with his son Bron Breakker now competing for the WWE, it appears things are a lot better than what they once were.

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