It's the biggest weekend of WWE's calendar, but it seems one superstar wasn't allowed to be a part of the celebrations.
As it has become tradition in WWE over the past decade or so, the night before WrestleMania always sees the Hall of Fame induction ceremony as WWE pays tribute to former superstars and their illustrious careers.
Although it seems that former WWF and TNA superstar Scott Steiner was allegedly banned from entering the ceremony in California after an altercation with Hulk Hogan's wife.
It is reported that Steiner was on the same plane as Jennifer Hogan, Hulk's wife and whilst she didn't know who Scott was, he knew who she was and during the baggage collection he approached Hogan's better half and told her that the next time he saw The Immortal superstar 'there would be problems.'
This obviously shook Jennifer up a little, Steiner being a stranger to her, and she went and delivered the message to Hogan who in turn told security and the former Champion was banned from entering the building.
Hogan of course was at the Hall of Fame to induct his long time friend and long awaited Class of 2015 inductee Macho Man Randy Savage into the class for wrestling's elite.
The night itself went ahead without a hitch as the likes of Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alundra Blayze, Rikishi, The Bushwackers, Larry Zbyszko, Tatsumi Fujinami, Kevin Nash and inaugural Warrior Award recipient Connor "The Crusher" Michalek were inducted into the 2015 class.
It seems that WWE officials weren't happy with some of the terms used by Kevin Nash and some of Alundra Blayze's speech because of how much she put over Eric Bishoff, which made many people in WWE unhappy.
But this wasn't enough for the night to be spoiled, and it seems that overall the ceremony itself was considered a big success.
Steiner would have been at the arena itself to watch as a spectator, but still wasn't allowed in the building because of risk of an altercation happening between Hogan and his former co-worker.
Issue with Hogan?
It seems the problem stems from a lawsuit that is currently progressing, involving Scott Steiner and TNA and the Twitter messages that Steiner was writing about TNA, Eric Bishoff, Hulk Hogan and Hulk's daughter Brooke Hogan.
Hogan is yet to respond to the alleged reports, but it seems the problem could be settled through the lawsuit, but the on-going problem between Hogan and Steiner could have just become personal.
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