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Figure Four Weekly: Looking at the WWE HOF and the 2019 class


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While interest has inevitably decreased over the years, the 2019 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony feels like less of an essential part of WrestleMania weekend than ever.

There are a few major reasons why the Hall of Fame ceremony has lost some of its luster. As WrestleMania week has become a destination for promotions from the United States and abroad, fans have to make difficult decisions on how they're going to spend their time and money. It's impossible to attend or stream everything that you want to -- and in-ring events are going to be the priority for a lot of people. That's especially true this year with the ceremony going head-to-head with ROH and NJPW's G1 Supercard at Madison Square Garden.

This year's class is the first time that it has really felt like WWE is running out of options for Hall of Fame headliners.

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