A round up of today's WWE main news sees the company announce that their new network, set to launch in 40 days, could also be screening the Hall of Fame ceremony the night before Wrestlemania on April 5th.
This is depending on the deal with the USA network the ceremony could either go out live or be aired the following Tuesday before any other TV station.
Justin Gabriel announced on Twitter last night that he will not be taking part in this year's Royal Rumble he simply tweeted: "I won't be entering the Royal Rumble this year......"
WWE are set to make history at the Hall of Fame even this year by inducting the first ever match. The Wrestlemania I main event match between Hulk Hogan, Roddy Piper, Mr T, Bob Orton, Jimmy Snuka and Paul Orndorff is set to be making the Class of 2014 Hall of Fame.
Hogan and Piper are both going to be in New Orleans for the Wrestlemania weekend which has led to rumours that they may be working the WWE pay-per-view. The original idea is that Hulk Hogan will team with John Cena against Roddy Piper and a heel superstar originally thought to be CM Punk but WWE don't want Punk to turn heel yet so someone else may slot into this match if it's made official.
Tough Enough trainer Bill DeMott tweeted yesterday beginning speculation that the series could be set to return. He wrote: "This can only mean one thing....... Who thinks they are #ToughEnough."
The show sees 14 participants battle their way though professional wrestling training in order to win the two WWE contracts. Nidia and Maven are past winners whilst The Miz, Ryback and Cameron have all taken part before being offered contracts despite not winning.
And legendary commentator Jim Ross is making his return to WWE at the NXT performance centre where he will host the wrap up panel of legends houses with the fellow legends.
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