According to Wrestlinginc, WWE added a big treat of a program to their upcoming digital video service, the WWE Network when corporate authority Triple H revealed during a TV taping in Ontario,California last night that the 2014 WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony on Saturday April 5th will air live on the Network. This is a big addition to the WWE Network especially as it’s a must-see show for fans the night before Wrestlemania 30 in New Orleans. The WWE HOF ceremony takes place on April 5th at the Smoothie King Center and tickets are still available.
The 2014 WWE Hall of Fame Ceremony this year will see wrestling stars Ultimate Warrior, Jake ‘the Snake’ Roberts, and Lita get inducted into an elite class of legend. Other WWE legendary figures are expected to participate in the event to induct the honorees. In the past few years, WWE has also had celebrity honorees like boxing great ‘Iron’ Mike Tyson and comedian Drew Carey appear at the event for their previous cameos in the wild world of wrestling.
The WWE Network launches as a live and on-demand digital video service on multiple internet-connected devices on Monday February 24th. The service costs $9.99 a month with a 6 month commitment. The Network will give fans on-demand streaming access to every ‘RAW’, Smackdown, and WWE pay per view that has ever aired. Every future WWE pay per view event including Wrestlemania 30 will air live on the Network as well. You can read all about the Network in this article.
Pro Wrestling Examiner's Perspective: Kudos to WWE on offering this very sentimental event to the WWE Network subscribers. This Examiner has heard from many lifelong fans who plan on getting the Network but have no interest in the current story lines on 'RAW' so this addition of the Hall of Fame should lure those fans even deeper into this service.