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Name Discussed for WWE Hall of Fame, Update on Divas at WrestleMania 29, Ryback & Sheamus
By Marc Middleton
Mar 20, 2013 - 7:38:36 AM

- Below is an interview from RingsideCollectibles.com where they spoke with Ryback and Sheamus at Toys R Us in New York City last week:



- One of the names discussed internally for the WWE Hall of Fame last week was former WWWF Tag Team Champion Dominic DeNucci, who trained Mick Foley and is close with Bruno Sammartino. With Booker T being announced this week, it's possible that's it for this year's class.

- Word from the weekend within WWE was that no Diva matches were penciled in yet for WrestleMania 29 but the Divas would be used in some segments. We noted on Tuesday that an eight-Divas match with The Bella Twins, Tamina Snuka and a heel Layla vs. Kaitlyn, Cameron, Naomi and Maria Menounos is likely.

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Partial source: PWInsider


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