WrestleMania is 20 days away, which means that the Hall of Fame induction ceremony is 19 days away, and this year's class is starting to fill up.
With Sting, the Big Boss Man, the Fabulous Freebirds and The Godfather already confirmed to be entering the Hall of Fame this year, one more inductee has been revealed.
With WrestleMania taking place in Dallas, Texas, a native of the Lone Star state Jacqueline is confirmed to enter the Hall of Fame.
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Jacqueline was one of the key divas throughout the attitude era and is a former WWE Woman's Champion.
From aligning herself with the APA to her successful solo career, she was a constant figure in the Women's division throughout the 1990's.
A former WCW star before moving to the WWE, Jacqueline became known as one of the toughest women in wrestling.
Not afraid to take on any woman or even male competitors, Jacqueline was one of the most unique women in WWE history.
She will now be inducted into the Hall of Fame the night before WrestleMania and as a native Texan, could she be in a better place when she is inducted?
More to come?
The class is filling up quickly and many of the names were in fact on a leaked list of inductees that was released several weeks ago.
With the current class surely reaching capacity, the biggest name from the list released several weeks ago who hasn't been confirmed is current RAW announcer JBL.
JBL as yet another native Texan would surely love to enter the Hall of Fame this year in his home state so we will have to wait and see if he is made a late addition.