Josh Mathews hosts ‘Best of Hall of Fame’ on WWE Network

 

WWE Network will premiere the Best of Hall of Fame, a series of four special presentations showcasing some of the most memorable inductions in WWE Hall of Fame history. The one-hour specials begin 10 p.m. EST Tuesday, April 22 and will be hosted by WWE’s Josh Mathews.

Episodes (10 p.m. EST Tuesday through Friday) include:

Tuesday, April 22 – Hulk Hogan inducted by Sylvester Stallone; Trish Stratus inducted by Stephanie McMahon; Bobby Heenan inducted by Blackjack Lanza.

Wednesday, April 23 – Pete Rose inducted by Kane; Ric Flair inducted by Triple H.

Thursday, April 24 – Gene Okerlund inducted by Hulk Hogan; Shawn Michaels inducted by Triple H.

Friday, April 25 – Jerry Lawler inducted by William Shatner; Bruno Sammartino inducted by Arnold Schwarzenegger.

WWE Network

WWE Network is the first 24/7 streaming network that provides access to live and scheduled programming, including all 12 live pay-per-view events, as well as the most comprehensive video-on-demand library.

Available for only $9.99 a month – with a six month commitment – fans can subscribe to WWE Network at www.WWE.com.

WWE Network is available on connected devices including Apple TV, Roku streaming devices, Sony PlayStation3, Sony PlayStation4 and Xbox 360. WWE Network is also available through the WWE App on iOS devices, including Apple iPad and iPhone, Amazon’s Kindle Fire devices and Android devices, as well as on desktops and laptops via www.WWE.com.

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