Jacqueline To Be Inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame Class of 2016 (March, 15th 2016)


As announced on last nights RAW, Jacqueline, also known as Jackie Moore, will be the next female Inductee into the WWE Hall of Fame. The 2x WWE Womens Champion is the first (and possibly only) female to be inducted this year, and will join the likes of Alundra, Trish Stratus, Lita and Mae Young amongst others in the list of female names in WWEs Hall of Fame. The News was spread over the past weeks before being officially confirmed this week.

Jacqueline, also a former Cruiserweight Champion, adds a new accolade upon her induction, becoming the first African American Woman to be inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. Jacqueline worked for the company between 1998 and 2004, and also worked for TNA on numerous occasions. To Hype her upcoming induction, WWE released a promo package of her career highlights, featuring comments from various divas and Superstars. Jacqueline’s Inductor has yet to be announced, and no current diva has been rumored to induct her like Natalya had with Alundra last year. My Congratulations go out to Jacqueline on becoming the Next Diva to join the extending line of Divas in the WWE Hall of Fame.

The WWE Hall of Fame 2016 Ceremony takes place traditionally the night before WrestleMania, taking place on April 2nd 2016 live on the WWE Network, airing from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX where the likes of Sting and the late Big Bossman amongst others will also be inducted into this years Hall of Fame Class.

– Catherine


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