Some more details have come to light regarding changes that have been made to the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony this year.
PWInsider reports that there were no ‘inductors’ this year, and each inductee will instead get a video package before their speech.
Speaking of which, as the Bella Twins alluded to on their podcast recently, the speeches are going to be a lot shorter this year since there are two classes being inducted.
The Bellas said they only got three-to-five minutes for their speech. That doesn’t necessarily mean they’re all going to be that short, but it gives you an idea.
The report also notes that if any speeches went too long they’re likely to be edited down since it was taped last week.
Jushin Liger and Ozzy Osbourne weren’t present to receive their inductions but will appear via video package instead. The ceremony will be hosted by Jerry Lawler.
The WWE Hall of Fame ceremony airs at 8pm on Tuesday, April 6 on Peacock/WWE Network.