5 Possible Headliners For Next Year's WWE Hall Of Fame Class
WWE will once again bring its biggest show of the year -- WrestleMania -- to the northeast market, as next year's show will take place at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey, which probably means that their annual Hall of Fame ceremony will take place at Madison Square Garden.
Back in 2013, WWE decided to have the recently deceased Bruno Sammartino headline their Hall of Fame class, which was a big deal, especially because it was taking place at MSG.
Who will headline the event this year? Well, there are very few options out there, and unfortunately, someone like WWE chairman Vince McMahon isn't one of them. Sure, MSG would be the perfect place to induct Vince, however, he probably won't allow himself to be put in the Hall of Fame while he's still living.
So, with that in mind, here are 5 big names that could headline next year's WWE Hall of Fame class.
#5 - Triple H
As we all know by now, Triple H's days of being a full-time wrestler are over, and they're never going to return, so with him being a part-time wrestler at this point in his life, it's the perfect time to celebrate his accomplishments in the ring.
Also, two of Triple H's most noteworthy moments happened at MSG: the infamous curtain call, and his return in 2002 after being out for several months due to a torn quadriceps muscle.
Also, a Hall of Fame induction could boost his value when he does wrestle, as he'd one of the few WWE Hall of Famers who are still active in the company.