WWE is expected to announce this week that they will be welcoming fans to Raw and SmackDown tapings scheduled for July 24 and 27 in a mid-sized arena with social distancing measures put in place. As of yet, there has been nothing said publicly about the WWE Hall Of Fame ceremony.
As I previously noted, WWE still hopes to do SummerSlam with fans in Boston, MA. Georgia Hart, daughter of the legendary Davey Boy Smith, noted on Twitter in March that WWE was hoping to do the event in August during SummerSlam weekend.
I asked around about the Hall Of Fame and was told that the date is still to be determined but it is still “very possible” that the Hall Of Fame ceremony will take place during SummerSlam weekend.
Again, everything will depend on how things play out with travel restrictions and rules put in place by the governor but, as of now, SummerSlam is not canceled and people in the company are hopeful that they won’t have to move the show to the Performance Center.
The inductees for the 2020 WWE Hall Of Fame are Dave Bautista, John Bradshaw Layfield, “The British Bulldog” Davey Boy Smith, Jushin “Thunder” Liger, The NWO (Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, Kevin Nash and Sean Waltman), and The Bella Twins (Nikki and Brie Bella).