In recent weeks there has been a lot of talk about Wrestlemania and therefore also about the week dedicated to it, the famous "Wrestlemania Week", in which the most disparate shows will be staged, such as the NXT TakeOver, Stand & Deliver or the Hall of Fame, which last year never saw the light due to the outbreak of the global pandemic, which effectively blocked all kinds of projects and shows in the Stamford-based federation.
This year the WWE should, in fact, try to recover the edition of the Hall of Fame lost last year, going to include in its Ark of Glory also the class of former athletes who were to be included in 2020, thus grouping both classes.
in a single ceremony. Former WWE Champion Rob Van Dam is reportedly the latest inductee in the WWE Hall of Fame class of 2021. If one of the big names who won't be at WWE's Hall of Fame this year is Batista, a former world champion who apparently encountered problems that will prevent him from attending the ceremony, another former wrestling great of WWE may have been added to the Ark of Glory 2021 class.
Rob Van Dam on who should induct him into the WWE Hall of Fame
We are talking about the former WWE Champion, as well as ECW Champion, Rob Van Dam, who recently made his last efforts in the ring on the Impact Wrestling TV screens.
After numerous rumors arrived online, which precisely wanted RVD to be one of the next added to the Hall of Fame ceremony for the class of 2021, after the announcements of Molly Holly and Eric Bischoff, it seems that the former colleague of RVD, Sabu, has wanted to confirm the rumors coming from Fightful Select in the last hours.
In his latest interview with the NWC Show microphones, Sabu revealed: "Hey Rob Van Dam will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this year, I think. Don't tell anyone, but let the people know”. In a rather twisted and dubious phrase, Sabu still seems to have confirmed entry into the WWE Hall of Fame for his longtime ECW colleague, with the name of RVD which would surely be one of those of high profile, for this edition of the WWE HOF, after the departure of Batista.
His second pick was none other than WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. "You know who'd be a second choice though? Vince McMahon. Vince. . . . [I did not have a good relationship with Vince] when I was there cause I had my head up my a**, you know.
I really like the lot. The older I am, the more Zen I am . . . I was intimidated talking to Vince, still am. I don't have a really good warm relationship like some of the boys do where they can hang out and talk to him. After leaving and wising up he's become a lot more important to me. He's the most important person I know."