WWE Hall Of Fame 2016 – Live Streaming on WWE Network

WWE Hall Of Fame 2016 – Live Streaming on WWE Network

This year’s WWE Hall of Fame will take place at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas on Saturday 2nd April.

The event will be shown live on the WWE Network from 1am BST (Sun morning) following a hour of Red Carpet coverage from 12am BST.

The inductees this year including, Sting; The Fabulous Freebirds; Big Boss Man; The Godfather; Jacqueline and Stan Hansen.

This year’s celebrity inductee is Snoop Dogg. A man who guest-hosted Raw, bowled over Chavo Guerrero and flung Curtis Axel from the ring. At WrestleMania XXIV, Snoop got involved in the Playboy BunnyMania Lumberjack match, while at WrestleMania XXVII, he appeared in a backstage segment with Teddy Long.

And journalist and author Joan Lunden will receive the Warrior Award. She recently beat breast cancer and has previously appeared on WWE Monday Night Raw to raise awareness for the disease.

WWE Wrestlemania 32 weekend schedule (UK/BST)

Friday 1 April (Sat morning)
2.30am – NXT TakeOver: Pre-show – WWE Network
3.00am – NXT TakeOver: Dallas – WWE Network

Saturday 2 April (Sun morning)
12.00am – WWE Hall of Fame Red Carpet – WWE Network
1.00am – WWE Hall of Fame 2016 – WWE Network

Sunday 3 April
10.00pm – WWE Wrestlmania 32: Pre-show – WWE Network
12.00am – WWE Wrestlemania 32 – Sky Sports Box Office, WWE Network

Monday 4 April (Tues morning)
1.00am – WWE Monday Night Raw – Sky Sports 5

Updated: Saturday 2 April 2016
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