WWE has already made a backup plan if Scott Steiner refuses Hall of Fame induction

The Hall of Fame ceremony for this year features some of the greatest wrestlers in the history of WWE. The Undertaker, Vader, and Sharmell. Now the company is also looking forward to induct The Steiner Bros.

Scott Steiner could be in the WWE Hall of Fame, according to Dolph Ziggler in 2022
Scott Steiner has wrestled in several promotions over the years (WWE)

But there is a chance that Scott Steiner might refuse to be inducted into the Hall of Fame since he has a very different relationship with WWE. So WWE has also kept a backup plan.  

According to Dave Meltzer on Sunday Night’s Main Event, WWE will only induct Rick Steiner if Scott refuses the Hall of Fame induction. 

“I’ve heard Rick Steiner or The Steiner Brothers, depending on Scott. I think if Scott is not willing, they’ll go with Rick. But they want The Steiner Brothers, so that’s a name that’s floating around. Sid is the other name that’s floating around.”

Steiner Brothers are well-deserved candidates for Hall of Fame induction

Rick and Scott Steiner, aka The Steiner Brothers, were regarded as one of the best tag teams in the world back in the 90s; it was reported by Brad Shepard that this stable will be inducted into this year’s Hall of Fame. Since Rick Steiner’s son Bron Breakker has been on a roll on NXT 2.0, where he became the NXT Champion, this induction makes sense now. 

According to a source in #WWE, the Steiner Brothers are expected to be inducted into this year’s Hall of Fame.

https://twitter.com/ItsBradShepard/status/1496620054204592135?s=20&t=_QN42Yz2s07WPEtrSxsK8Q

Both Rick and Scott have put on some great performances and matches for WWE, and Scott has been among the top names of the Attitude Era. It will be interesting to see if he accepts the induction.

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