We are now officially on the Road to WrestleMania following the dramatic conclusion to the Fastlane Pay-Per-View on Sunday night.
One special part of the Road to WrestleMania is the Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
The ceremony traditionally takes place the night before WrestleMania and it showcases the biggest names both past and present in the WWE.
The ceremony often gives us several memorable moments, from Stone Cold Steve Austin handing a beer to John Cena to the Rock offering Stone Cold one more WrestleMania match.
There have already been three inductees for 2015 announced including a celebrity induction for Arnold Schwarzenegger.
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It was revealed on Monday who will become the last inductees to the prestigious WWE Hall of Fame after a weekend of speculation.
It had been rumoured that it would be a tag team set to be announced and that certainly has been confirmed as popular 80's/90's team the Bushwhackers are set to be inducted on March 28th.
Cousins Luke and Butch debuted in the WWE back in 1988 and were one of the most well known tag teams until their departure in 1996.
They made a brief cameo in the gimmick battle royal at WrestleMania X-seven in 2007 and were given a warm welcome back.
The Bushwhackers will now join fellow 2015 inductees Rikishi, Schwarzenegger and Macho Man Randy Savage.
Out of the Fastlane of the road
With Fastlane now in the books, it is now full steam ahead to WrestleMania XXXI in San Francisco in less than five weeks time.
Two matches were officially confirmed for WrestleMania at Fastlane as Roman Reigns booked his ticket to the main event to face Brock Lesnar for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship.
The legendary clash that has been rumoured for months was also confirmed as Triple H will now take on WCW legend Sting.
Bray Wyatt issued a challenge to the Undertaker, Randy Orton returned and seems to have targeted Seth Rollins and it seems unlikely that the feuds between Dean Ambrose and Bad News Barrett, and John Cena and Rusev ended last night.
Fastlane took big steps to setting up several WrestleMania bound feuds and was a great way to start the Road to WrestleMania.