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WWE legend Batista confirms he’s out of 2021 Corridor of Fame and will likely be inducted at later date


Batista has confirmed he won’t be inducted into the WWE Corridor of Fame this 12 months.

The WWE legend had been listed as an inductee for the 2020 class, alongside John ‘Bradshaw’ Layfield, The British bulldog, Jushin ‘Thunder’ Liger, The Bella Twins and The New World Order till the ceremony was cancelled as a result of coronavirus pandemic.

Batista wants to be inducted into the Hall of Fame in front of a full set of fans

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Batista needs to be inducted into the Corridor of Fame in entrance of a full set of followers

Batista retired from wrestling after losing to Triple H at WrestleMania 35 in 2019

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Batista retired from wrestling after shedding to Triple H at WrestleMania 35 in 2019

It’s again on forward of WrestleMania 37 subsequent month with the Class of 2020 being inducted alongside the 2021 class, which incorporates Molly Holly and Eric Bischoff.

However Batista, actual title Dave Bautista, won’t be in attendance.

He tweeted: “To the @WWEUniverse Sadly as a consequence of earlier obligations I’m unable to be part of the @WWE #HOF this 12 months.

“By my request they’ve agreed to induct me at a future ceremony the place I’ll be capable of correctly thank the followers and individuals who made my profession potential #DreamChaser.”

Batista, 52, received six world titles and had three completely different runs with WWE.

In his remaining look contained in the squared circle, he misplaced to Triple H in a No Holds Barred match at WrestleMania 35 in 2019.

After the high-profile match, Batista introduced his retirement from wrestling and is now solely targeted on his profitable profession in Hollywood.





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