WWE Hall of Fame 2023: UK start time, how to watch, list of inductees
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The WWE Hall of Fame ceremony for 2023 takes place prior to the staging of WrestleMania 39. Here is how to watch the ceremony, the UK start time and the full list of inductees.
The WWE Hall of Fame celebrates the contribution of legendary wrestlers, non-wrestlers and celebrities who have had a significant impact during their times in the company.
Among the previous HOF inductees include wrestlers 'Stone Cold' Steve Austin, The Rock, The Undertaker and Hulk Hogan, celebrities Snoop Dogg, Ozzy Osbourne and Donald Trump, and commentators Jerry 'The King' Lawler and Jim Ross.
Here is all you need to know about the WWE Hall of Fame 2023 ceremony:
WWE Hall of Fame 2023: What is the UK start time for the ceremony?
The 2023 Hall of Fame is scheduled to begin at 2am UK time on Saturday, April 1. The show is due to get underway after the conclusion of the latest SmackDown tapings.
WWE Hall of Fame 2023: How to watch
Viewers in the UK can watch the 2023 Hall of Fame ceremony by subscribing to the WWE Network. More details on how to subscribe to the WWE Network can be found here.
WWE Hall of Fame 2023: Who will be inducted?
Unlike previous years, there will be fewer inductees to the WWE Hall of Fame for 2023.
Rey Mysterio is the headline name in this year's inductees - and told the New York Post recently that he believed the offer to be included would mean he would have to retire from WWE. That is not the case, however, as he takes on his son Dominik in a match at WrestleMania.
Here is the full list of inductees:
- Rey Mysterio (WWE 2002-2015, 2018-present)
- Stacy Keibler (WWE 2001-2006)
- The Great Muta (NJPW legend, never competed in WWE)
- Tim White (Referee, WWE full-time 1993-2004, posthumous induction)
- Andy Kaufman (Celebrity, posthumous induction)