“Muhammad Ali Inducted into WWE Hall of Fame 2024, Fans Share Their Reactions”

Muhammad AliAmerican Heavyweight boxer, Cassius Clay (later Muhammad Ali, 1942 – 2016), making a fist as he lies on his hotel bed, London, 27th May 1963. Clay is in London for a match against Henry Cooper on 18th June. (Photo by Len Trievnor/Daily Express/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Muhammad Ali, recognized as one of the all-time great professional boxers, is set to join the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2024, as exclusively reported by Variety.

The induction is scheduled for April 5 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with Ali being honored by his widow, Lonnie Ali. The ceremony will be available for livestream on Peacock starting at 10 p.m. ET/9 p.m. CT.

Muhammad Ali’s Induction into WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2024

Set during the WrestleMania 40 weekend in Philadelphia, the induction ceremony is scheduled for April 5. Muhammad Ali, a revered global sports figure, passed away in June 2016 at 74. Notably, Ali officiated the inaugural WrestleMania’s main event, a tag-team match with Hulk Hogan and Mr. T against “Rowdy” Roddy Piper and “Mr. Wonderful” Paul Orndorff. The fan response to Ali’s WWE Hall of Fame induction is eagerly anticipated, prompting an exploration of fan reaction towards this news.

Fans reaction:

“WWE showing respect to the goat putting all the young ones on fr”

“WM1 Who Remember iconic contributions
I’m surprised why so late Inducted WWEHOF #WWE”

“This took too long but finally a legend, a role model to many and one who stood against any negativity”

“The greatest ever”

“Legends the Goat”

“Legend never dies”

Muhammad Ali engaged in professional wrestling at various points in his career. He notably had an exhibition match against Antonio Inoki in 1976 and challenged Gorilla Monsoon at a WWWF show.

Ali served as a special guest referee in the main event of WrestleMania I in 1985, featuring Hulk Hogan and Mr. T against Roddy Piper and Paul Orndorff. Additionally, he was the guest of honor at the controversial “Collision in Korea” pay-per-view event in North Korea in 1995.

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