WWE has announced plans to induct Dave “Batista” Bautista into the Hall of Fame again in 2020.
That year’s ceremony never happened, as the pandemic forced WrestleMania to be held at the WWE-free Orlando Performance Center. “Previous commitments” forced Bautista to withdraw from the 2021 edition, however Guardians of the Galaxy And glass onion The superstar said WWE agreed to recruit him “for a future event where I’ll be able to properly thank the fans and the people who made my career possible.”
The 2022 induction ceremony was held in front of a packed house in Dallas, but the six-time WWE Universal Champion was not mentioned. So what about this year? The animal’s success in Hollywood would make it an ideal candidate to be honored in Southern California this spring.
Asked about ComicBook.com At the world premiere of his new movie, Ring in the cabinBatista said:
“I hope so, but I can’t say for sure. I can say I’m trying. I’m trying.”
Hope they can make it work. If the hype over Bautista’s performance in M. Night Shyamalan’s new flick is any indication, our man Dave’s schedule will be even busier in the future.