The next inductee into the 2022 WWE Hall Of Fame class has been potentially revealed with former WWE Champion Sid slated to join The Undertaker and Vader.
The Undertaker was the first name announced for the WWE Hall Of Fame, with the legendary Deadman putting the crowning achievement on a unique 30 year WWE career. WWE Chairman Vince McMahon confirmed on The Pat McAfee Show that he will be the one to induct The Undertaker at this year’s ceremony.
Following that announcement, former three-time WCW World Champion Vader was announced as the second inductee. The Mastodon competed in WWE from 1996 until 1998, headlining SummerSlam in ’96 with Shawn Michaels.
Now Andrew Zarian has reported on social media that he has heard that former WWE Champion Sid will be also be joining the WWE Hall Of Fame this year.
Hearing Sid will be inducted in this year's WWE Hall of Fame pic.twitter.com/tiIgkCA8s5
— Andrew Zarian (@AndrewZarian) March 8, 2022
Sid competed under several names throughout his legendary career that saw him headline both WrestleMania 8 against Hulk Hogan and WrestleMania 13 against The Undertaker.
Sid captured the WWE Championship on two occasions, first winning it from Shawn Michaels at Survivor Series in 1996. The Master and Ruler of the world also laid claim to two reigns as WCW World Champion during his time in that company.
A report by Dave Meltzer has shed some light on potential plans for the WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony in 2022, with “digital inductions” said to be an option for some inductees due to time constraints.