Bray Wyatt Pulled From WWE Hall Of Fame List

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Bray Wyatt sadly died in 2023 and it seems WWE’s plans to honour the star with a Hall of Fame induction have been put on hold.

Paul Heyman was the first inductee announced for the 2024 WWE Hall of Fame after a career that has seen him gain great acclaim both in front of and behind the camera.

Japanese legend Bull Nakano will be honoured with induction as will former WWE Tag Team Champions Mike Rotunda and Barry Windham, collectively known as The U.S. Express. Boxing superstar Muhammad Ali will also be inducted at the ceremony as will Thunderbolt Patterson over the weekend that WrestleMania 40 will take place.

Bray Wyatt Won’t Be In 2024 Class For WWE Hall Of Fame

Writing in his Daily Update, Dave Meltzer noted The Rock’s grandmother Lia Maivia will be the last inductee announced for 2024 and that Bray Wyatt had been on WWE’s list at one point but has obviously been removed for this year at least:

It was confirmed to us yesterday that with the exception of Lia Maivia, all members of the 2024 Hall of Fame class have been announced. Regarding rumors of Bray Wyatt, obviously he was on the list at one point but it’s not planned, or at least wasn’t as of yesterday. The impression I was given is that he will be put in soon.

Bray Wyatt tragically passed away in August 2023 at the age of just 36. Speculation about Wyatt’s place in the Hall of Fame escalated when The U.S. Express was announced for the ceremony as Mike Rotunda is Wyatt’s father and Windham is the late star’s uncle whom Wyatt was named after.