WWE: Is WWE Planning To Open A Hall of Fame Venue?
WWE Creates A Job For The Purpose Of One Day Opening An Actual Hall of Fame
Wrestlemania weekend is a great time for wrestling fans around the world. There is a ton of in-ring action with WWE, ROH and Dragon Gate USA all running shows in the same city that weekend. And, as has become tradition, WWE holds the Hall of Fame ceremony Saturday night.
Ever since WWE brought back the Hall of Fame, there has been a large group of people that have wanted the company to open an actual venue where they can look at plaques of people who have been inducted and old artifacts from some of the greatest performers in wrestling history.
WWE appears to be looking at giving fans exactly what they want. It was announced earlier this week that they were looking to hire an archivist, someone who would, according to WWE's corporate website, plan, establish, and maintain WWE’s repository of items that have enduring historical, aesthetic, and/or nostalgic value.
And according to PWInsider, this position is the first step that the company is taking to creating an actual Hall of Fame venue.
I don't know if there is enough mainstream appeal to make something like this work. But if Vince McMahon knows how to do anything, it's make money by selling wrestling to a large audience.
This has a lot of potential. We all look back fondly on our favorite wrestlers from the past. Now, we could be getting a place to go back and remember those memories with fellow wrestling fans.
This whole thing is still in the planning stages, so don't get too excited yet. But at least the idea is being bantered around right now.
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