Fans hoping to tour an actual WWE Hall of Fame could be in luck.
According to Ric Flair, WWE is in the process of building a physical Hall of Fame in Orlando. There is no update on how things are progressing, but plans were delayed due to COVID.
Flair told The Jump on ESPN, "I've had like 36 or 38 (robes) and [the gold one] was one of my favorite robes. WWE is actually in the process of building a Hall of Fame, a physical structure Hall of Fame, in Orlando. It's been delayed too because of COVID. They wanted to put [the robe] in there as something I wore. They've been tremendous to me on so many different levels. Now I need something in the entertainment wing."
The WWE Hall of Fame ceremony is held annually prior to WrestleMania, though this year's ceremony was delayed due to COVID. Batista, John Bradshaw Layfield, The British Bulldog, Jushin "Thunder" Liger, The New World Order, and The Bella Twins are scheduled to be inducted when WWE can hold the ceremony.
Flair is a two-time WWE Hall of Famer.