– The 2019 WWE Hall of Fame Red Carpet pre-show opens live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York City. Byron Saxton and co-host Maria Menounos welcome us. They hype the show and send us to Charly Caruso, who is with Shinsuke Nakamura. He talks about loving the city and says he’s looking forward to seeing Triple H get inducted with DX. Charly sends us to Kayla Braxton, who is with WWE Ambassador Dana Warrior and her daughters. They talk about being proud of their mom before we go to Saxton and Maria. He’s with The Hardy Boys and their families. Jeff Hardy says he needs to win the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal tonight after Matt Hardy won last week. Jeff says he’s looking forward to seeing the inductions of Harlem Heat, DX and The Hart Foundation. Matt agrees it’s cool that tag teams are being inducted tonight.
Charly is with The IIconics, Peyton Royce and Billie Kay. They talk about being excited to see Torrie Wilson’s inducted. They’re also excited for the title shot at WrestleMania 35 tomorrow, saying it’s been 15 years in the making and their destiny. Back from a break and Kayla is with WWE Intercontinental Champion Bobby Lashley and his family. Lashley’s oldest son says his dad will win tomorrow at WrestleMania. We go back to Byron and Maria, who are with Baron Corbin. Corbin acknowledges people want to see John Cena or another Legend facing WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle tomorrow at WrestleMania, but he’s here to make his mark also. Corbin talks more about WrestleMania and says he’s most looking forward to DX’s induction. Charly is with Drake Maverick and his wife. Drake is also most looking forward to seeing DX get inducted. Drake also talked up Tony Nese vs. WWE Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy. Kayla is with Ali and his wife. Ali says he’s feeling good about the Andre Battle Royal and he’s looking forward to The Hart Foundation’s induction. Maria and Byron are with WrestleMania host Alexa Bliss. They talk about Michael Che and Colin Jost in the Battle Royal with Braun Strowman. She’s also excited to see the women headline the show. Charly is with Titus O’Neil and his sons now. Titus goes on and talks up the female Superstars for being in the main event. They also mention seeing “Uncle” Dave Batista defeat Triple H. Kayla with Mandy Rose and her mother now. We come back and SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos and Naomi are with Maria and Saxton. They’re excited to see Harlem Heat, Sue Aitchison and Torrie Wilson get inducted. Kayla is with WWE Cruiserweight Champion Buddy Murphy next. He’s not nervous about his title match tomorrow but he’s worried about wearing this white suit. His friend Adam is with him. They joke with each other about being dressed up. Murphy is excited about watching the DX induction and talks about being a big fan of Billy Gunn growing up and inspired by him now. Charly is with Kalisto, his masked wife and his cousin. Kalisto is focused on the Hall of Fame tonight but tomorrow will be go-time. Gran Metalik appears and joins them. Kalisto teases a surprise move for the Battle Royal tomorrow. Byron and Maria are with Paige now. Paige talks “Fighting with My Family” and predicts Becky Lynch will win the main event tomorrow.
Back from a break and Rey Mysterio and his son Dominic are with Kayla. Dominic says his career is coming together. Rey talks about proud of his son he is, saying he’s learning the ropes and has more to learn but Rey is very comfortable with where he’s at now. Rey says he’s been icing his ankle since got into town and he’s been using new technology to keep the swelling down, and the pain is almost gone. He’s around 90% good and will be ready for WWE United States Champion Samoa Joe tomorrow. Charly is with Tony Nese and his wife. Nese talks about his big title shot tomorrow. Bobby Roode and his wife are with Kayla. He talks about having Chad Gable’s back in the Battle Royal but there can only be one winner and he hopes it’s glorious. Byron and Maria are with Braun Strowman as fans start a “get these hands!” chant. Braun jokes about Colin Jost and Michael Che needing to sign a release form for the Battle Royal tomorrow because he’s tossing them out. Braun is excited to see Sue Aitchison’s induction and he praises her. Charly is with WWE Hall of Famers Ron Simmons, Teddy Long and The Godfather. They talk about being excited for tonight’s inductions and the women main eventing WrestleMania. We come back to Maria and Braxton after a break. They’re with Maryse, The Miz and his parents. He talks about doing battle with Shane McMahon tomorrow and fighting for his family. Kayla is with Sonya Deville and her girlfriend next. We also see WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and Brie Bella arriving. Sonya talks about how she and Mandy Rose have a shot at the Battle Royal tomorrow, saying they will win together or lose together by jumping off the apron. Sonya also mentions representing the LGBT community tonight. Charly is with Andrade and SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair. Flair says this is their big coming out party together. They joke around about being an item and Flair talks about the WrestleMania 35 main event. Flair talks about how special Torrie’s induction will be. We go back to Maria and Saxton for the end of the Red Carpet pre-show.
– The 2019 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony opens up with a video package. We’re live from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York City as we see the Superstars in their seats on the floor. Hosts Corey Graves and Renee Young are introduced, and out they come. Graves welcomes us. They have a normal WWE arena set up tonight, with stage, ramp and ring. There is no longer a big stage. The inductees will go to the ring for the honors. Graves and Renee lead us to a video package for the first inductee, The Honky Tonk Man.
Graves and Renee introduce WWE Hall of Famer Jimmy Hart to do the honors. Hart walks to the ring, which actually sits a bit lower for the presentations and has an open front. Hart talks about meeting The Honky Tonk Man years ago and then running into him again years later, with the new HTM gimmick. Hart goes on about working with HTM in WWE. Hart introduces Honky Tonk Man and out he comes in a pink Cadillac with a girl wearing a poodle skirt. Honky thanks Hart for all he’s done and says he wouldn’t be here without him. Honky also mentions how he never thought he would get into the Hall of Fame and fans respond with a “you deserve it!” chant. Honky talks about how it’s been a fun trip and says he wouldn’t change a thing, he’d do it all over again. Honky starts talking about how his character came to be, and says his daughter joked with him that he needed to lose weight before he came to the ceremony. Honky goes on and talks about how WWE took their power and did something to the character that he never could. He says the character will live on thanks to what WWE did. He says it truly is an honor to be a part of this family. Honky thanks everyone and WWE once again. He goes to finish but Hart tells him he can’t leave until we hear him sing. They call for the music and Honky starts performing his theme. Hart and the girl dance. They exit the modified ring and dance with people at ringside, including The New Day and Kofi Kingston’s sons. They continue performing the song and head to the back.
We go back to Corey and Renee for a retro DX clip. They introduce the next 2019 inductee and we get the video package for Torrie Wilson. Graves introduces Stacy Keibler to induct Torrie, noting that Stacy is returning to WWE after being away for 13 years. Stacy talks about being happy to be back and says there are no fans like the WWE Universe. She also says there is no year like 2019 for the women in WWE. She credits the fans for creating the women’s evolution. She mentions being excited for the WrestleMania 35 main event and fans pop. Fans chant for Becky Lynch and that interrupts Stacy. The camera shows Becky reacting, laughing and acting like she didn’t bring this on. Becky has been sitting next to Seth Rollins. She talks about her history with Torrie and how she’s constantly re-invented herself over the years. Stacy goes on praising Torrie for what she does these days. Stacy goes on and introduces Torrie, and out she comes. Torrie mentions how it’s been a rough week, an apparent reference to her father Al Wilson passing away. Torrie talks about being bullied by a guy she liked in school. We see her school photo on the big screen. Torrie goes on about how she didn’t want to be that shy, weird, fatso girl that he made her out to be, she made a vow then that the guy, named Terry, would eat her words. She talks about the confident person she’s become and she thanks WWE for that. She says the fans helped push her to find the confident persona she needed. She goes on and says she wants to remind us of a few things that are important. One – permission is for pansies because we don’t need permission to be who we are or who we want to be. Two – you have to forget the failures. Torrie jokes that she wasn’t based on her wrestling skills because she has none. She says her list of fails is very long. She talks about botching moves, looking awkward at times, and displaying cringe-worthy dancing at times. She says you have to summon your swagger if you want that confidence. Torrie goes on and recalls her Bikini Challenge at Judgment Day 2003, saying it was more like a “clothes off kinda thing” against Sable, who won. She goes on and thanks everyone she ever worked with, including the ones who were jerkoffs because they helped create a memory she doesn’t want to forget. She thanks WWE Hall of Famers Kevin Nash and Hulk Hogan for meeting her and giving her a chance, and she ran with it. She says she will never forget it. She apologizes to Fit Finlay for all the times she cried because she couldn’t get something right. She says Finlay is the most patient man and he really wants nothing more than to see women crushing it. She says he’s a huge reason why we get to see women headline WrestleMania, that and all the badass women. She says Finlay really showed her what she was made of. Fans do a “thank you Finlay!” chant now. She thanks Billy Kidman, and acknowledges he’s her ex-husband. She says there were many times he wanted to bang his head into a steel chair but he didn’t and she thanks him for it. She says she loves him. Kidman taught her right away what heat was and how to avoid it. She thanks Keibler again and says no one understands her journey like Stacy. She also thanks Michelle McCool, saying she claimed her as her road wife before The Undertaker got his hands on her, and Candice Michelle, Lisa Marie Varon. She also thanks her family. She brings up her dad Al Wilson and people clap. She says he passed away 2 days ago and she was so blessed to have the WWE experience with him years ago. She thanks fans most of all and says they’re not easy to win over. She mentions how she’s heard she was a big part of their puberty as well. Fans stand clap, including The New Day. She thanks the boyfriend named Terry, who bullied her and helped her find confidence in herself. She goes on and ends her speech, telling people to face fear head on the next time they have the chance to.
We get another break and come back to fans booing and cheering for Shane McMahon and The Miz in the crowd. The camera goes back and forth to each Superstar, and fans boo or cheer. We go back to Renee and Graves for an introduction to the 2019 Legacy Wing inductees. The Legacy Wing inductees for this year are Bruiser Brody, Jim Barnett, Luna Vachon, “Playboy” Buddy Rose, Primo Carnera, Hisashi Shinma, Professor Toru Tanaka, SD Jones, Wahoo McDaniel, Joe Cohen. We go back to Renee and Graves, who introduce Cohen in the arena. He stands and shakes hands with Shane as fans applaud.
We go back to Renee and Graves to introduce the video package for The Hart Foundation, Bret Hart and Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart. Out comes Natalya and now two-time WWE Hall of Famer Bret. Natalya speaks first and says she thought about what her dad would say if he were here. She thanks her mom first and then Bret. She thanks all of the fans for showing The Hart Foundation unconditional love since 1985. Fans pop as Natalya says they made this happen. She says her dad’s favorite tag team to wrestle was The British Bulldogs. She knows Davey Boy Smith, The Dynamite Kid, Owen Hart and Stu Hart are all together watching from up above. She says her dad’s favorite city to wrestle was New York City. She talks about how The Hart Foundation has inspired Superstars to come for years, including RAW Tag Team Champions The Revival and WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Sasha Banks and Bayley, among many others. Natalya says her dad would be so proud of all this. She reveals how her dad was approached about writing a book last year and how she tried talking him into it, including in their last text exchange before he passed away. Anvil told her then that besides being a father to his three daughters, the best thing he ever did was work in WWE. She hands it over to Bret to take it away. Bret is honored to be here and incredibly proud of The Hart Foundation. He talks about how it still hurts after losing Anvil last year and how Anvil was his best friend. Bret is talking about the early days of The Hart Foundation when what looks like a fan suddenly rushes the ring and looks to tackle Bret. The camera cuts out for a minute or so. We come back to Edge, Beth Phoenix, Natalya, Kidd, Drake Maverick and several others in the ring checking on Bret. There are boos and “asshole” chants at someone in the crowd. It looks like officials are holding someone down and then carrying him out. Drake steps to the podium and asks everyone to pay that guy no mind, to let’s get back to the speech. Natalya steps to the podium with Bret and says it’s time to get back to the speech. Fans go wild and rally for Bret and Natalya as they resume things.
Bret goes on about The Hart Foundation and thanks some of the tag teams they worked with. He also thanks Jimmy Hart and says he deserves to be up there with them. He also thanks Danny Davis for his early contributions to the group. He goes on about being close with Anvil, saying Jim was there for him during his darkest hours. Bret says The Hart Foundation lived life to the fullest, broke rules and made some rules. He talks about how he’s lost too many friends over the years but he hopes to reunite with them in Heaven one day and when he does, he hopes he’s led right to Anvil. He said he and Anvil never had one argument or disagreement over the years. He talked more about how close they were. He thanked WWE for fulfilling dreams and said now that they are officially in the Hall of Fame, he can proudly say that they were the best there is, was and ever will be. Bret asks Anvil if that’s right and they show a quick clip of Anvil on the big screen to seal the deal. They end the induction as the music hits.
Back from a break and we go back to Renee and Graves for another classic DX video. They send us to the video package for Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake. They bring out WWE Hall of Famer Hulk Hogan next to induct Beefcake. Fans chant for Hogan as the music stops. Hogan says he has to do the, ‘Let me tell ya something, Mean Gene…’ one more time. Hogan talks about how he and Beefcake were wrestling fans, they used to drive down to watch Dusty Rhodes drop his elbow on Saturday nights. That’s how they got into the business, by being fans. He talks about getting into wrestling and quitting 7 months later, and hiring Beefcake to help him with a gym he’d opened. They ended up closing the gym but that led to him getting Beefcake into the business with him, thanks to WWE Hall of Famer “Superstar” Billy Graham. He goes on about his early days with Beefcake and how Beefcake got better over the years. Hogan says Beefcake has always had wrestling in his blood. Hogan talks about going through tough times with Beefcake and how he always kept coming back, to make Brutus Beefcake larger than life. Hogan says because of that, it’s only fitting that Beefcake is in the Hall of Fame. Hogan asks everyone what they’re going to do when Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake has a haircut just for them. Hogan welcomes Beefcake to the WWE Hall of Fame and out he comes with the garden shears and his music. We see the barber light on top of one of the ring posts as The Barber hugs The Hulkster.
Brutus says he would have thought it was pretty crazy if someone told him as a kid that he would travel with WWE and the best fans in the world, but it did. He thanks WWE for everything, for being able to put food on the table for his family then and even now. Brutus says this is an amazing award and he’s honored to receive it. He mentions becoming best friends with Hogan and thanks him again, saying they are friends until the end. Corbin mentions at one point how he had a name of “Baron” early on and he didn’t like the name, saying no offense to Baron Corbin. This gets Corbin some heat from the crowd and he plays it off. He goes on about how The Barber gimmick was born. Beefcake thanks his family and many wrestlers from his career. He brings up a SummerSlam 1989 match with Hogan vs. Zeus and WWE Hall of Famer Randy Savage as one of his favorite matches. He also had a match with Hogan in 1985 where there was a large group of Hell’s Angels fans at ringside, who were also Hulkamaniacs. Beefcake says that was a rough night. He talks about cutting the hair for the first time and then WrestleMania 6 with WWE Hall of Famer “Mr. Perfect” Curt Hennig. Beefcake says the only word to describe his good times with WWE is electrifying, and he’s kind of feeling that way tonight. Beefcake says last he wants to thank God for sparing his life in the tragic parasailing accident he had years ago. Beefcake jokes that he recently renewed his barber’s license and gives a special shout-out for WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels, not for putting Marty Jannetty through the window, for which he owes for still, but for letting him brush up on his barber skills then. Beefcake says he loves being a barber, he loves being The Barber, and he’s happy to be going into the WWE Hall of Fame. Beefcake struts around the ring with the shears again as his music starts up.
We go back to Graves and Renee as WrestleMania 35 host Alexa Bliss waves to the camera. This throws Graves off his game and Renee pulls him back in, leading us to the video package for the 2019 Warrior Award recipient, Sue Aitchison, who has worked for WWE for more than 30 years. Graves introduces WWE Ambassador Dana Warrior and out she comes to the theme song of her husband, WWE Hall of Famer The Ultimate Warrior. Dana steps to the podium and we see the award with Warrior’s symbol on it. Dana talks about why the award was created and how her husband inspired others. We also see the Warrior action figure that Dana brings out. Dana talks about Sue being picked this year and how Warrior wanted the award to honor the quiet ones who work behind-the-scenes. Dana goes on praising Sue and talking about how she is backstage, calling her a Warrior Woman. Dana says Sue has had to wrangle many of the legends, including the one this award was named for. Dana goes on and introduces another warrior for Wishes, John Cena. The music hits and out comes Cena in a suit. He hugs Dana and steps to the podium. Fans chant “Face Kurt Angle!” for Cena to face the WWE Hall of Famer in his Farewell Match tomorrow, and Cena jokes he’s stepped to the audience participation part of the show. Cena talks about what he’s learned from Sue over the years. Cena goes on but he stops at the dueling Cena chants from fans, possibly annoyed at them. Cena thanks them for showing up and he goes back to talking about Sue. Cena credits Sue for he and WWE having relationships with Make-A-Wish. He says her philosophy of four words – how can I help? Cena goes on and asks the fans for their help in honoring Sue. Music hits and out comes Sue, helped down the end of the ramp by Rey Mysterio.
Sue takes the mic and mentions how she’s been doing work to organize the other inductees while planning her speech. She thanks the McMahon Family for believing in her and giving her a job she loved. The WWE Network feed skips out here some but Sue mentions being involved with more than 6,000 Wishes over the years. She thanks some of the WWE Superstars who are always helpful in putting smiles on the faces of kids with the Make-A-Wish Wishes. She tells the story of a Wish Kid she met years ago, who kept in touch and has a family of his own now, and calls her grandma. She introduces the young man in the crowd tonight. She calls him to the podium and he looked surprised. Sue goes on says she wants everyone to know that wishes do come true, and she ends her speech by encouraging everyone to keep on wishing.
Back from a break and we get the camera going back and forth for cheers & boos on WWE Champion Daniel Bryan and Kofi Kingston this time. Kofi is assisted by The New Day and his son. We go to Renee and Graves for another DX throwback clip. They send us to the video package for The Harlem Heat – Stevie Ray and Booker T, who is now a two-time WWE Hall of Famer. We come back and out comes the brothers to a pop. There is no inductor.
They do their introductions and Booker talks about always wanting to be his brother when they were kids, and how his brother always had his back. Booker says they lost their parents at a young age and Stevie had his back even more then. Booker says he slipped up and got sent to prison at a young age but they always talked when he was locked up, and it was usually about wrestling, like what Hulk Hogan or someone was doing. He got out of prison and Stevie still had his back. Booker goes on and says he wouldn’t be here today, he wouldn’t be a pro wrestler, if it wasn’t for his brother because he’s living his brother’s dream. Booker says he still wants to be his brother and as far as the story on how they got started, he’s going to hand it off to his brother because he’s still living his brother’s dream and it’s time for him to wake up. Stevie says they got into wrestling because he wanted to. He mentions going to the wrestling school ran by WWE Hall of Famer Ivan Putski. Stevie goes on and says he was discovered in one of the indie wrestling magazines and called to Gobal for a tryout. Stevie talks about how they got started in the business and Booker mentions going to WCW and later on their spark was started with this woman – we see a photo of the brothers on the big screen with WWE Hall of Famer Sherri Martel. Stevie says WCW was a tough challenge but they were always in the ring with top talent and that taught them a lot. Stevie mentions how Hulk Hogan later pushed for them to be pushed. Stevie says later Sherri got with them and 10 tag team title reigns later, they traveled the world, main evented shows. Stevie talks about how they lived the dream because of getting a chance and having people support them. He wants to give a shout-out to one person he really admires and that guy was WWE Hall of Famer Arn Anderson. Stevie says he has the upmost respect for Arn and says Arn had respect for the business, respect for peers, and he was taught by Arn that the business is nothing without respect. Booker asks if Stevie’s about ready to wrap it up and he is. Some fans want them to continue. Booker says guys on the roster now that are leading the division, like SmackDown Tag Team Champions The Usos, RAW Tag Team Champions The Revival, The Street Profits from WWE NXT, and The New Day. Booker says he’s not leaving without saying KofiMania. This leads to fans chanting for Kofi while Bryan shakes his head. Booker says Bryan is going to get an ass whooping tomorrow night. Bryan stands up to stare at Booker, then sits back down. A “yes!” chant starts up. Booker thanks his wife, kids and other family members. Booker says this would not be possible if it weren’t for his brother. They go on and end it with, “Now can you dig that, sucka?” The music hits and Harlem Heat makes their exit.
Back from the break and we see SmackDown Women’s Champion Charlotte Flair, Becky Lynch and RAW Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey in the crowd. Becky gets the biggest pop. Renee and Graves talk more about tonight’s headliners and then lead us to the video package for DX’s induction. Out next comes D-Generation X – Billy Gunn, “Road Dogg” BG James, Sean “X-Pac” Waltman, Triple H and WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels, who is now a two-time Hall of Famer. Chyna is being inducted posthumously. DX comes out to a pop, tossing glow sticks into the crowd. Gunn takes the mic and dares anyone to hit the ring on DX. Fans chant for DX as everyone settles down and takes mics.
They joke around about Triplle H being corporate these days. Triple H apparently knocks Cody Rhodes and says if you put EVP in front of anyone’s name these days, they feel important. Triple H goes on and says there are rules to getting inducted ito the Hall. One rule is you can’t say Vince McMahon’s name, can’t thank him or anything. They go on joking about this. Gunn says you can’t fire him now. This starts an AEW chant in the crowd. Triple H says let’s be honest, Vince would buy that piss-ant company (AEW) just to fire Gunn again. They all laugh about this.
Shawn mentions the most important member not being here tonight – Chyna. This starts a “thank you Chyna” chant and a “she deserved it” chant. Shawn agrees and says you won’t hear any of them argue about that. Shawn says they wouldn’t be here without the contributions of The 9th Wonder of the World. They do more comedy about their speeches. Road Dogg speaks next and thanks God, God for his sobriety, and his friends. He thanks his wife and says he put her through hell, and will spend the rest of his days to pay her back. Dogg says he can’t talk that way in front of his friends but he shows us a comedy video on being their friend. The video ends with a dog on someone’s leg, censored. Gunn takes the mic and jokes about this being when they let him finally talk. Triple H tells him not to make him regret it. Gunn goes on and said he wouldn’t be here without his wife, who he owes everything. Gunn says they remember some things and some they don’t, but this was the coolest… they do more comedy about Gunn having something huge in his pants. Gunn pulls out a squirt gun. Gunn shoots and they joke about things not working right at this age. HBK jokes about this being where we count on Gunn for under-delivering. They come with another AEW joke as he thanks Gun for being “All In” tonight. Waltman speaks next as we get a “123” chant. Triple H jokes that they almost asked him to come out as The 123 Kid. Waltman says he never thought he would be here to witness this, he’s so grateful. Waltman mentions his whole family being here and says grateful to have a relationship with them now, something he worked hard for. Waltman gets a little emotional and admits he’s nervous. He mentions he had a lot of notes for the speech and how his DX brothers have been picking on him for it. Fans chant “you deserve it!” now. Waltman thanks lots of people from his past, including WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall. He talks about his love for Hall and says while he’s at it, he will thank the rest of The Kliq because nWo and DX came from it and wouldn’t be here without them. He points to Nash in the crowd and jokes about him having bad knees. Nash stands and smiles back. He goes on and also thanks his girlfriend Angela. And last but not least, Chyna. Waltman calls her the magic ingredient of the DX recipe. Waltman says they should do the Annual Chyna Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania as they have the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal each year.
Waltman brings up how girls used to flash DX on WWE TV. They joke about “boobs” around 20 times or so here. We see screenshots on the big screen of one of the first DX flashers. Waltman jokes that he still keeps in touch with some of them and we get a pretty bad set of “before and after” photos. Triple H jokingly cuts Waltman off. Michaels thanks family and jokes about them not coming here tonight because they’re embarrassed of DX. Triple H jokes that they’re embarrassed about his hat and ass-less chaps. Triple H speaks next and fans start chanting for NXT. Triple H thanks WWE Hall of Famer Killer Kowalski and all the talents in this room, everyone in here who has been in the ring before, anyone who stepped in the ring before and after, and the future. H thanks everyone who stepped in the ring and said he would be nothing without them. Triple H also thanks The Kliq and talks about how DX and the nWo came from them. He says they are often imitated and never duplicated, for life. They raise the symbol in the air as we see Hall and Nash raising it in the crowd as well. Fans do a “too sweet!” chant and Triple H says they never liked that one, they hated it. He said their stuff was cool, this wasn’t. He goes on and says DX was the best time of his life, by far. Triple H brings up Chyna now and says he wouldn’t be where he is in his career and DX wouldn’t either. He says it’s fitting that Chyna get inducted tonight, right before women headline WrestleMania for the first time in history. He points to Chyna’s sister Cathy in the crowd and tells her the real Chyna is here. He thanks her. Triple H says Chyna would love this as she loved the fans. He thanks his family and his daughters next. He jokes about Vince McMahon and Linda McMahon, and says it’s forever with Stephanie. He thanks other family members on his side and says he’d be nothing without them. He says DX has done a lot of crazy stuff, said some things and shown some things about body parts that should never have made the air. They mooned a lot, brought a lot of juvenile humor… Triple H jokes that his mother wrote most of the material, and we see her laughing in the crowd. He calls her the master of the penis joke. Michaels goes on about how a whole generation is corrupted because of DX. They ask how many people got in trouble or were suspended in school because of DX. They have one of the DX news podiums brought up and spent the next few minutes doing DX comedy and catchphrases to bring it home as DX is officially in the WWE Hall of Fame now. The DX music starts back up as the glowsticks and water guns are brought out. Triple H chases others through the Superstars and the crowd on the floor as DX celebrates their induction. The 2019 WWE Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony goes off the air with DX celebrating.