New Hall Of Fame Show To Replace WWE Countdown

The first episode of the WWE Network’s Best of Hall of Fame specials will feature inductions of Hulk Hogan by Sylvester Stallone (2005), Trish Stratus by Stephanie McMahon (2013), and Bobby Heenan by Jack Lanza (2004). The second episode on Wednesday features Pete Rose by Kane (2004) and Ric Flair by Triple H (2008).

Here’s a synopsis: “Celebrate 30 Years of WrestleMania with this comprehensive look back at the biggest annual event in sports-entertainment! 30 Years of WrestleMania provides in-depth coverage of WWE’s WrestleMania from its inception to the current day. Relive each exciting match with detailed information, exclusive interviews, never-before-seen shots, and much more!”

Josh Mathews will host the shows.

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  • mjames1273

    Why does it have to replace Countdown? They need to keep that and start adding new episodes of Countdown, Legends of Wrestling, and Beyond the Ring or whatever that documentary show is called. The network is great, but they are really slacking on putting out new episodes of their shows. I don’t know if it is because they don’t have any new ones yet to add or their plan is to slowly add them, but I am more interested in those shows than I am the archived footage. Though it would also be nice if they added more past episodes of RAW and Old School live events.