So every year, the WWE announces their latest inductees into the WWE Hall of Fame, and whether or not you agree with their decision on when someone should go in, thus far most inductions have been well warranted. With that being said, some inductions still seem to escape us, such as the induction of Owen Hart, British Bulldog, Triple H, The Rock, JBL (Yes, he belongs even if just as APA member), etc. etc. And every year, people are left feeling bad because of these exclusions. And while I won't say they're not warranted, I also understand that guys like Bulldog, Hart, and The Rock deserve to be the main event inductees for their classes. But what I've always wondered is, with the ever growing expansion of WWE as a public company, and more sponsors becoming more involved with the 50+ year company; is it possible that WWE would allow a sponsor to purchase an induction slot for the sponsor to pick freely (as long as they're reasonably deserving)? For example, if a company like HBO were to pay for a spot and want to induct The Rock into the hall of fame, do you think WWE would allow it? Or maybe not even The Rock, let's say it's someone like Nelson Frazier Jr. (AKA Viscera, Mabel, Big Daddy V, etc) that HBO wanted to see inducted, would WWE allow it? Random topic, I know but I figure it's something to think about.