Sean Waltman has confirmed on his latest podcast that the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony will not have inductors. Waltman discussed his induction on the first episode of his new Pro Wrestling 4 Life podcast, which you can check out highlights from below (per Wrestling Inc):
On his induction experience: They flew us in the night before. We took the COVID test, and then they had us up and out at 7 AM. We were at the building since 8:00 am. It was a little rough, especially coming from the west coast and having the time difference, my body is all screwed up. I got a little bit of jet lag right now actually. We did a lot of sitting around for a while, and then once things started going, they went quick. We started taking the pictures [and] doing the rehearsal. The rehearsal, it was just walking through to get positions. If you flubbed your line or whatever, you could just redo it. Take two and then do it again, and they chop it up. Theyre the best at that. No ones better than the WWE at that. Im sure you wont be surprised to know that I did take two more than once during the speech (laughs). I wanted to make sure I got to thank my wife, Angela, and the kids. I couldnt wait to say thank you to my family and get that out of the way. It was like, oh my God, I hope they dont take exception to that.’
On the lack of inductors: There were none. In 2019, I dont think there were any then either. Jerry Lawler was out there hosting like you normally would, and then it would go to a video package. It was almost like the video package was the induction.