WrestleMania XXXI is less than two weeks away and whilst all eyes are on Levi's Stadium on March 29th, there is a big matter to settle first.
It has become an annual tradition that the night before WrestleMania is the Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
The night has seen many great moments over the years and has involved some of the biggest names ever in the WWE.
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This year it sees some huge names inducted including one particular man who many questioned if he would ever receive an induction.
The late great Macho Man Randy Savage is set to be inducted this year but another controversial WWE name has some questions over the decision.
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Bret Hart who famously left the WWE following the controversial Montreal Screwjob incident of 1997 has since made amends with the involved parties in the company.
He has since been inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame himself and has voiced his confusion over the man elected to induct the Macho Man into it this year.
Given the honour of inducting the now deceased superstar is none other than Hulk Hogan - who along with Savage was a cornerstone of the company in the 1980's.
"I’m not quite sure why Hulk Hogan of all people is inducting him because my last conversations I had with Randy, he didn’t have much good to say about Hogan." - Hart on Hogan inducting Savage
Hart would go on to explain how he always thought that he was closer to Savage than Hogan was prior to his death in 2011.
Clearly being left confused by the decision to have Hogan inducting Savage into the Hall of Fame, Hart wasn't completely focused on the point.
"It is a night to remember Randy for all the great contributions he made. He was undoubtedly one of the greatest wrestlers of all time."
Hart's version of events now places added interest around exactly what Hogan will say during his speech in which he inducts Savage into the Hall of Fame.
A big night for the big names
This year's Hall of Fame ceremony takes place at the SAP Center in San Jose, California the night of March 28th and will feature some of the industry's biggest names.
Alongside Savage, Rikishi, the Bushwhackers, Larry Zbyszko and Alundra Blayze will also be inducted on March 28th.
Arnold Schwarzenegger will entire the celebrity wing whilst inspirational WWE fan Connor 'The Crusher' Michalek will receive the inaugural Warrior award.