The WWE Hall of Fame is one of the most memorable moments of the year. Every year sees the company induct several pivotal figures in the company’s history into the prestigious hall.
During the latest episode of Jerry “The King” Lawler’s Dinner With The King podcast, he noted that he would no longer be hosting the WWE Hall of Fame as he has done over the past few years.
With Lawler no longer hosting the WWE Hall of Fame, it begs the question of who will take his place. Lawler has held the position for a long time, and there are no clear candidates to replace him. WIth Jim Ross leaving WWE, it doesn’t look like he could host. He is supposedly AEW bound, anyway.
According to a new report by Rajah, a source has told them that RAW commentators Renee Young and Corey Graves are being considered as the replacements. This would mean the two would co-host the WWE Hall of Fame together, or both take sections of the show each.
With one of the two RAW commentators reportedly being removed from the commentary team, it also means this is still up for debate. WWE could have any combination of this team work the WWE Hall of Fame this year- or choose to have a different host altogether.
Stay tuned to Wrestling Rumors for confirmation and further updates on what does happen heading into the prestigious ceremony this year.
I think both should remain on commentary and someone else should take the event. I’d love to see somebody like a Maria Menounos take the hosting gig.
Who do you think will officiate the HOF? Who do you want to officiate it?
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