Reports Of Jushin “Thunder” Liger, Bella Twins To Be Inducted Into WWE Hall Of Fame
At the moment, the current lineup for the 2020 WWE Hall of Fame includes Batista and the nWo. So, that leaves several more inductees expected to be announced in the coming weeks before WrestleMania 36 .
I’ve heard several names talked about for this years Hall of Fame. Was only able to get confirmation on 2 of them as of now, they are: The Bella Twins & Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger.
— WrestleVotes (@WrestleVotes) February 12, 2020 
WrestleMania 36 is set for April 5 and will air live on the WWE Network. The hall of fame ceremony takes place April 2 from the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida – the same site as the event.
The 55-year-old Liger announced his retirement in January after a career that started in 1984. He won the IWGP junior heavyweight title 11 times and the J-Crown once during his career.
In a surprising report, one source says the international inductee for the WWE Hall of Fame this year is none other than Jushin Thunder Liger.
— Just Alyx (@Vx1AlyxsWorld) February 12, 2020 
Babies And HOF For Bella Twins
The Bella Twins, sisters Brie and Nikki, are currently lead actors on Total Bellas. They won the WWE Divas titles three times, with Nikki holding the belt twice.
Both Brie and Nikki are currently pregnant and expected to give birth roughly two weeks apart from one another.
All NEW #BellasPodcast  this morning! We have a #ValentinesDay  Double Date with @AtHome  with Drew and Linda Scott!! (make sure to check out their NEW podcast too!) And of course my forever date @artemchigvintse  ❤️ Click link to join! 🥰 N https://t.co/qWqB1GVdn3  pic.twitter.com/VmZTRDlEVW 
— Nikki & Brie (@BellaTwins) February 12, 2020 
Batista, a former multi-time champion , will be joined by “Hollywood” Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman as the New World Order.
This will mark the 21st class to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
If the Bella Twins getting into the WWE Hall of Fame is true, I don’t think I agree with it, as their wrestling wasn’t *great*, but they’ve had a lot more media impact than most people, and sold a lot of merchandise for the company.
What do you think? Should they go in the HoF?
— Beth (@B3thw00d) February 12, 2020 
I believe @BellaTwins  are very deserving inductees into the #WWEHOF 
Great athletes, excellent attitudes, mainstays in the Divas division for years before the women’s revolution – and were tireless ambassadors for @WWE  well before @TotalDivas  brought them mainstream attention.
— Mick Foley (@RealMickFoley) February 12, 2020 
When Jushin Thunder Liger can give birth to a child and return to the ring THEN he can be on the same level as Brie Bella
— TarZangief (@Arwood_Lucilath) February 12, 2020 
Jushin “Thunder” Liger should wrestle one more match against John Cena at Mania. Who says no?
— Chris, The Optimistic Bayley Fan (@ChrisMNovak) February 12, 2020 
The Bella Twins and Jushin “Thunder” Liger would be perfect choices for the Hall Of Fame.
Nikki Bella has mentioned in interviews that she still hopes to be able to return to wrestling in future but her pregnancy might give her reason to change her mind of course. #WWE  pic.twitter.com/6M9mTksBhJ 
— Tom Colohue (@Colohue) February 12, 2020 
Vince McMahon Becoming More And More Private
Nothing is getting in the way of Vince McMahon  keeping a hand on all things WWE. However, at 74 years old, he is getting more and more private.
According to a report by FightFul Select , McMahon has attended only a handful of SmackDown episodes since Thanksgiving. He was in attendance at the most recent show.
“We were told that Vince McMahon was rarely, if ever, at (SmackDown) between Thanksgiving and the February 5 episode,” the report states. “Over on Raw, it was noted that Vince was around ‘approximately half the time.'”
Bruce Prichard has been overseeing SmackDown as a Senior Vice President and Executive Director of the program.
McMahon recently re-launched the XFL , re-starting the pro football league he first created in 2001.
— Vince McMahon (@VinceMcMahon) February 8, 2020 
McMahon purchased the WWE in 1982 from his father, sticking the behind-the-scenes before eventually becoming an in-ring competitor. That included a win in the Royal Rumble and holding the WWE and ECW titles.