Backstage Videos from Last Night's WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

All the Backstage Videos from Last Night’s WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony

Posted by April 7, 2018 Comment

It’s WrestleMania weekend, which means it’s time to hunker down in front of a TV (or several TVs) and take in as much wrestling content from WWE and other organizations as possible. WWE’s 2018 Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony aired last night on the WWE Network, for an especially long time since it seemed Hillbilly Jim would never stop talking. But there was more action that didn’t take place on stage. WWE has released a series of backstage videos from the event on YouTube, which we’ve gathered below.

The Dudley Boyz and Edge & Christian explain how they lifted each other up in WWE and what ultimately brought them together for the WWE Hall of Fame 2018 Induction Ceremony.

Guest WWE interviewer Mike Kanellis asks WWE Hall of Fame 2018 Celebrity Inductee Kid Rock about his road to WWE immortality and the new additions to his family.

New WWE Hall of Fame inductee Ivory reminisces with Molly Holly and Lilian Garcia about their time together in WWE and their roles in the Women’s Evolution.

Shawn Michaels reveals he is more thrilled about Jeff Jarrett’s WWE Hall of Fame induction than about how his new haircut made international news.

Tommy Dreamer gets emotional as he reacts to the sight of longtime friends and fellow ECW alumni The Dudley Boyz being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

The Miz asks Jarrius “J.J.” Robertson for his WrestleMania 34 predictions and for an explanation why the WWE Hall of Fame 2018 Warrior Award recipient is no fan of The Awesome One.

WWE Chairman Vince McMahon & WWE COO Triple H present the Class of 2018 with their official WWE Hall of Fame rings.

Tom Phillips and Miz’s Dad share interviewing duties on the WWE Hall of Fame Red Carpet with several Superstars.

If you missed the show last night, the 2018 Hall of Fame induction ceremony is available to stream on the WWE Network. A word of advice: whenever anyone (other than Kid Rock) claims their speech is going to be short, they’re lying.

(Last Updated April 7, 2018 12:24 pm )

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