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Full list of 2012 WWE Hall of Fame inductees and inductors

Ric Flair is greeted by the crowd during

Ric Flair is greeted by the crowd during Hulk Hogan's Hulkamania Tour at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia. (November 21, 2009) (Credit: Getty Images)

Here is a full list of every 2012 WWE Hall of Fame inductee and their respected inductor.

The actual event takes place the night before Wrestlemania on March 31 at the American Airlines Arena. The WWE will air an abbreviated version of the ceremony on Monday night, April 2, at 8 p.m. before Raw on the USA Network.

The Four Horsemen
Inductor: Dusty Rhodes

One of wrestling's most celebrated stables of all-time. In 1988, all four members controlled all three major NWA Championships (World Title, United States Title and Tag Team Titles). Rhodes was a major adversary of Flair over the years.

Edge
Inductor: Christian

Edge will go down as one of the most decorated champions in WWE history winning the WWE Title four times and the World Title seven times. Edge and Christian are life-long best friends and held the Tag Team Titles seven times.

Yokozuna
Inductor: The Usos

Jimmy and Jey Uso will posthumously induct two-time WWE Champion Yokozuna into the Hall of Fame. The Usos are members of the Anoa'i wrestling family, which includes Yokozuna, Rikishi and The Rock. Yokozuna's wife and children are expected to attend.

Ron Simmons
Inductor: John Bradshaw Layfield

Simmons, also know as Faarooq, was the first black man to hold a world championship in pro wrestling. He won the WCW Title in 1992 and has enjoyed major success in the WWE winning the Tag Team Titles with Layfield three times.

Mil Mascaras
Inductor: Alberto Del Rio

Mascaras is a Mexican luchador who debuted in the 1960s. He was the first masked wrestler to perform in Madison Square Garden. Mascaras is the uncle of Del Rio.

Mike Tyson
Inductor: Triple H & Shawn Michaels

Tyson originally joined D-Generation X prior to Wrestlemania 14. Tyson was selected to be the "special enforcer" during Michaels' title defense against Stone Cold Steve Austin. “Iron” Mike ended up counting the 1-2-3 when Austin beat Michaels and proceeded to give HBK a right hook sending him into a four-year hiatus from the wrestling ring.

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