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WWE News: Two Rumored WWE Hall of Fame Inductions, John Cena and Triple H Advertised For Post WM Smackdown
Posted by Larry Csonka on 02.06.2013



- There was discussion about inducting Madison Square Garden (the building) into the WWE Hall of Fame. At this time it doesn't seem as if it will happen, but there were talks.

- Plans are to induct another celebrity into the "celebrity wing" of the Hall. While not confirmed, most feel that it will be Cindy Lauper.

- John Cena and Triple H are both being advertised for Smackdown in Boston on April 9th. This is the first Smackdown after WrestleMania 29.

Credit: PWInsider.com via wrestlezone.com





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