Welcome back? The WWE Hall of Fame is about as big of an honor as a wrestler can receive in their career. It is the big grand finale for everything that they have done in their career and some of the best names in the company’s history have been enshrined. An induction often means that a wrestler’s in-ring career is over, but that might not be the case with two of the newer Hall of Famers.

While they might not be the most universally popular names in WWE history, there is no way to deny that the Bella Twins were two of the most successful names in the history of women’s wrestling. The two of them dominated the women’s division for a very long time and went on to become rather big names in the world of reality television. They got their start in WWE though and they might be back there in the near future.

According to Wrestling Observer Radio, the Bella Twins are likely to make an in-ring return to WWE at some point in the fall. The two have been hyping up the idea of a return to the ring in recent weeks but have not given a date. This comes less than a year after the two of them both gave birth to children. Brie Bella’s most recent match took place on October 8, 2018 and Nikki’s was on November 9, 2018. They are both part of the WWE Hall Of Fame Class of 2020.

The Bellas have a long career. Check out some of their better moments:

The best of The Bella Twins: WWE Top 10

The Bella Twins’ greatest moments: WWE Playlist

The evolution of The Bella Twins

Opinion: I’m sure this is going to get on some fans’ nerves and I was never a huge Bellas fan either. At the same time though, there is no way around the fact that they were two of the more successful names in the history of women’s wrestling. I can’t imagine this is anything more than a quick appearance for the two of them with a likely pay per view match included. That isn’t the worst idea in the world and it could lead to some rather interesting results.

Thomas Hall has been a wrestling fan for over thirty years and has seen over 50,000 wrestling matches. He has also been a wrestling reviewer since 2009 with over 5,000 full shows covered. You can find his work at kbwrestlingreviews.com, or check out his- Amazon author page with 30 wrestling books.

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