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WWE Hall of Fame 2007 (2007)

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Credited cast:
Brooke Adams ... Herself
Hazem Ali Hazem Ali ... Himself (as Armando Alejandro Estrada)
Ken Anderson ... Himself (as Ken Kennedy)
Afa Anoai Afa Anoai ... Himself - Inductee (as Afa)
Matt Anoai ... Himself - Presenter
Sam Anoai Sam Anoai ... Himself - Presenter (as Samu)
Sika Anoai Sika Anoai ... Himself - Inductee (as Sika)
Steve Austin ... Himself - Presenter
Dave Bautista ... Himself
Shelton Benjamin ... Himself
Chris Benoit ... Himself
Adam Birch Adam Birch ... Himself (as Joey Mercury)
Barbie Blank ... Herself
Nick Bockwinkel Nick Bockwinkel ... Himself - Inductee
Wade Boggs Wade Boggs ... Himself - Presenter
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

31 March 2007 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Detroit, Michigan, USA

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The first four inductions (Nick Bockwinkle, The Wild Samoans, The Original Sheik, and Mr. Fuji) were broadcast live on WWE.com from 7:00pm - 8:15pm EST. The last four inductions (Jim Ross, Jerry Lawler, Curt Hennig, and Dusty Rhodes) were broadcast at Midnight EST on the USA Network. The entire event was released on DVD as part of the WrestleMania 23 (2007) DVD set. See more »

Alternate Versions

For the last four inductions, all of the speeches shown during the TV broadcast were heavily edited to fit into a runtime of 70 minutes with commercials. The DVD version is unedited. See more »

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Followed by WWE Hall of Fame 2010 (2010) See more »

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TV version

There are no spoilers in my review because it was known before hand who was being inducted and by whom. On TV, Wade Boggs inducted Curt "Mr. Perfect" Henning, William Shatner inducted Jerry "The King" Lawler, and Cody Rhodes and Dustin Rhodes inducted Dusty Rhodes. Wade Boggs gave an inspirational speech in honor of the late Curt Henning. Shatner made a very kind speech about Lawler, but Lawler himself was disinterested in the ceremony. Rumors say he felt the HOF meant there wasn't anything else for one to do in the business. The Dusty Rhodes speech was too long and over-the-top, and seemed like it was written by the McMahon's to showcase their power and egos. It makes you slightly realize why WCW didn't beat WWE(WWF) in the long run. Overall it was mildly a good event but by the time you're done watching this you're wishing it would end. Unfortunately there were also some hecklers who could use some manners taught to them.


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