Although WrestleMania 37 seems to be held with the public on April 10 and 11 in Tampa Bay, Florida, WWE does not plan to hold the Hall of Fame ceremony with the public due to the restrictions and sanitary protocols in the context of the pandemic of the coronavirus and do it in a virtual format.

It has been confirmed exclusively by journalist Dave Meltzer on the latest Wrestling Observer radio program. The latest plan for the special Hall of Fame gala is to do it practically without fans, but Meltzer has assured us that this is not yet 100%.

WWE delayed the induction gala of the Hall of Fame class from 2020 to 2021 at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic throughout the world. On the other hand, it is not yet known if a class of 2021 will be incorporated together with the class of 2020 or they will leave it deserted before the nominees of the previous year.

The 2020 Hall of Fame nominees is Batista, JBL, The Bella Twins, Jushin Thunder Liger, The British Bulldog, and The now (Hulk Hogan, Sean Waltman, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash).