WWE May Have Spoiled This Year’s Hall Of Fame Headliner

We might have just spilled the beans on which legendary Superstar will be headlining the WWE Hall of Fame’s Class of 2019.

The Road to WrestleMania kicks off this weekend at the Royal Rumble. We’re just three short months from the ‘Showcase Of The Immortals.’ In addition to WWE’s biggest show of the year, fans also look forward to WrestleMania weekend as icons of years past take their place in history in the WWE Hall Of Fame.

Over the weekend, WWE sent out an email announcing that 25 episodes of WWF Superstars from 1992 have been added to the WWE Network. That’s great in itself, but a closer look at the promotional material for this new content reveals something else. The ad, seen below, touts the Superstars episode feature WWE Hall of Famers The Undertaker, Shawn Michaels, and Ric Flair. Of course, Michaels and Flair have already been inducted, while The Undertaker has simply been rumored for this year’s class.

It’s possible this was a misstatement by WWE’s marketing team. However, it is more likely that this email referencing The Undertaker as a Hall of Famer was inadvertently sent out before the official announcement. The first inductee for this year’s class is expected to be announced very soon.

The 2019 WWE Hall of Fame induction ceremony takes place Saturday night, April 6th from Brooklyn, New York at the Barclays Center.