• The Bellas have had a memorable career as WWE divas
  • They are rumored to be inducted in this year's Hall Of Fame class
  • WWE legend Mick Foley reacts to the rumors

The Bella Twins are one of the most iconic divas in the past decade. Ever since their debut in 2007, the duo has been one of the biggest names in the industry. The combination of their flair and brilliance as performers inside the ring has propelled them into stars of the company. Rumors have arisen that the two will be inducted to this year’s Hall of Fame.

They revolutionized the diva’s division with all the titles that they have achieved. Their chemistry together has been dynamic and they were able to capitalize on it with their in-ring wrestling. The two were able to run the twin angle to perfection as they had some great feuds with notable women’s division veterans.

They’ve also made their own mark in singles competition. Nikki Bella is known to be a two-time Divas champion and currently holds the record for the longest-reigning holder for that belt. She held the title for almost a year with a 301-day campaign.

Brie has also achieved individual success, as she was a former Diva’s champion as well. She also had one of the more memorable promos where she slapped Stephanie McMahon as defiance to her authority.

They have also expanded their influence outside the ring serving as YouTube personalities.

With the word that the Bella Twins will be inducted to this year’s Hall Of Fame, WWE legend Mick Foley had some good words for the two.

Foley would know a thing or two about the wrestling industry given that he has accomplished so much for the WWE. His words for the divas come with high praise as he emphasized how the Bella’s have served the Divas and women’s division. He tweeted that they are very deserving of the honor as they exemplify excellent attitudes while being great athletes.

This year’s ceremony will be held on April 2, 2020. This has been the staple schedule for WWE as it serves as one of the main events of the week of Wrestlemania.