WWE To Highlight All HoF Inductions On USA?, Wrestlemania Press Conference

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All Inductions Featured on the USA Network?

After outrage was sparked about Mick Foley's 2013 WWE Hall of Fame induction speech possibly not being included on next week's USA Network broadcast, it appears WWE will highlight all the speeches. Below is an excerpt from an article here on dot com:

This Tuesday (April 9), USA will broadcast a one-hour special highlighting the WWE Hall of Fame inductions that take place the night before The Show of Shows. Don’t miss your chance to witness Legends being honored — tune in to the WWE Hall of Fame special at 10/9 p.m. CT only on USA Network.

Wrestlemania 29 Press Conference

If you missed Thursday's Wrestlemania 29 Press Conference it's now available in video at this link. We have a recap here and you can watch it in its entirety embedded below:

  • _JIM_

    That’s just another way to get to Mick Foley. If they can’t cut him from the show completely because of the outrage from the fans. They’ll just make him the first big name inductee to have his speech cut short on the show. I don’t get WWE sometimes. Their lack of respect for Mick, who has damn near killed himself on numerous occasions, is ridiculous. They sure wouldn’t have made Shawn Michaels induction show a highlight show, and I guarantee that next years show will be back to showing the majority of the speeches for the most popular superstars being inducted. If anything they should show the majority of Mick’s speech, which will undoubtedly be the best of the night by far, and then show highlights from all the others. I get that WWE feels that inducting Bruno is a big deal, and even though I’m from Pittsburgh, I just don’t think that current fans really care about him. I mean I’m 35 years old and I don’t remember seeing any of Bruno’s matches. So how in the world will anybody from WWE’s taget demographic have any idea who he even is without going out of their way to research him? Even if they did, which they won’t, they still wouldn’t care about seeing his speech like they would care about seeing speeches from inductees who’s career’s they actually got to see. Makes absoulutely no sense.