WWE will present its 2020 and 2021 Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Tuesday, April 6.
The show is listed as 3 hours on the WWE Network, we have included screenshots from the linear channel in Canada.
According to the WWE Network schedule, the 2020 Hall of Fame will air 8:00 pm ET – 9:30 pm ET, and the 2021 Hall Of Fame ceremony will air from 9:30 pm ET to 11:00 pm ET.
WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony – 8:00 PM: The WWE Hall of Fame class of 2020 receive their prestigious inductions. The Bella Twins, The nWo, British Bulldog, John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield and Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger are all featured.
WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony – 9:30 PM: The WWE Hall of Fame class of 2021 receive their prestigious inductions. Kane, Rob Van Dam, Eric Bischoff, The Great Khali and Molly Holly are featured.
NBC’s Peacock in the United States lists the ceremony as 4 hours in length.
2020 Inductees: The Bella Twins, JBL, nWo, Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger, British Bulldog, William Shatner as the Celebrity Inductee, and Titus O’Neil as the Warrior Award recipient.
2021 Inductees: Molly Holly, Eric Bischoff, Kane, The Great Khali, and Rob Van Dam, Ozzy Osbourne at the Celebrity Inductee.
The Bella Twins recently revealed they had to shorten their Hall of Fame speeches. They originally had 15 minutes of material prepared, but were advised to shorten it to 3 to 5 minutes.