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WWE Hall of Fame ceremony set for April, two classes to be inducted

After last year's event was canceled, the WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony is officially returning for 2021.

WWE has announced that this year's Hall of Fame ceremony will take place on Tuesday, April 6. In the United States, the ceremony will stream exclusively on Peacock. It will stream on the WWE Network everywhere else.

Last year's WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year's ceremony will include the induction of both the 2020 and 2021 WWE Hall of Fame classes. Batista, the nWo (Hollywood Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and Sean "X-Pac" Waltman), Nikki & Brie Bella, JBL, British Bulldog Davey Boy Smith, and Jushin Thunder Liger are the members of the 2020 class.

WWE has announced Molly Holly as the first member of 2021's Hall of Fame class. Paul "Triple H" Levesque tweeted about her induction: "Many people say @WWE Superstars are real-life superheroes and in this case ... she truly is! A women’s champion, an inspiration to our current roster, and simply a wonderful person. Congratulations to #MollyHolly on being the first inductee into the #WWEHOF class of 2021!!"

This year's WrestleMania week looks to have Raw taking place on Monday, the Hall of Fame ceremony on Tuesday, a two-night NXT TakeOver event on Wednesday and Thursday, and SmackDown on Friday. WrestleMania 37 will then be held at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida over two nights on Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11. The two-night NXT TakeOver event is planned but has yet to be officially announced.

"Stay tuned to WWE programming and all of WWE’s digital platforms as WrestleMania Week approaches for more information on the 2021 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony," WWE wrote.