WWE, one of the biggest names in professional wrestling, has yet to establish a physical Hall of Fame, unlike several other wrestling museums around the country. However, according to former "WWE Raw" General Manager, Eric Bischoff, it's only a matter of time before WWE makes this vision a reality.
While there have been occasional WWE Fan Axxess events during prominent pay-per-view weekends, dedicated solely to showcasing WWE memorabilia, a permanent physical Hall of Fame has been elusive. This has left fans wondering when they will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the rich history of the sport and witness the impressive collection of artifacts gathered by the WWE Archives.
Eric Bischoff's Confident Prediction
During a recent interview on "Strictly Business," Bischoff expressed his confidence that a WWE Hall of Fame would eventually materialize. He acknowledged that it's merely a matter of WWE determining the right time and prioritizing this venture.
"It probably will at some point," he stated. "It's just a question of priorities — what makes the most sense when. I'm sure it will happen at some point in time. Like I said, it's just a matter of when." As for the potential location, Bischoff believes that Orlando would be the ideal setting for a WWE museum and Hall of Fame.
Notably, some individuals have suggested repurposing the vacant NBA Experience at Disney Springs as the site for this highly anticipated attraction. While this idea holds merit, WWE's current focus may be centered on its merger with Endeavor, and other projects such as NXT Europe have taken precedence.
However, once the dust settles and priorities shift, the realization of a physical WWE Hall of Fame may become more feasible. It's worth noting that a physical Hall of Fame would provide a dedicated space for WWE fans to delve into the rich heritage of the organization.
Visitors would have the opportunity to witness legendary memorabilia up close, learn about the iconic wrestlers who have shaped the industry, and gain a deeper appreciation for the art form. Such an attraction could become a pilgrimage site for wrestling enthusiasts, offering a unique and immersive experience like no other.