The WWE Hall of Fame is set to take place on Friday April 1st immediately after that night’s episode of SmackDown and Vince McMahon has revealed he will be the one to induct The Undertaker into this year’s class of 2022.
Appearing on The Pat McAfee Show Vince McMahon said about The Undertaker:
“Undertaker, of course, is going to be in the Hall of Fame. I’m going to have the distinction of inducting him into the Hall of Fame. It will be one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done in my life. I like the guy. I love the guy. We’ve known each other for so many years and have been through all kinds of situations. When you live on the road like that, you have your family at home, but when you live on the road, you have to have a family on the road and people you can count on, rely on, that are loyal and trustworthy and not have to look over your shoulder. He’s that kind of guy. He’s an extraordinary human being and one of the all-time greats in the ring. As a human being, I could talk about the character and it won’t bug me at all, in my mind I’m thinking, when I’m inducting him, ‘I know who he is.’ That’s tough when you know someone that close and you care about them so much, it’s going to be one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done,” (H/T Fightful.com)
This will be the fourth induction Vince McMahon has done in The WWE Hall of Fame having inducted Stone Cold Steve Austin back in the 2009 and before that inducting Wrestling Manager and Executive James Dudley back in 1994. He also inducted Donald Trump in 2013 although that was as part of the Celebrity Wing.
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