Bon Jovi fans are growing increasingly excited as the big day inches closer for Bon Jovi's induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame finally becomes a reality. It has been a long hard fight for Bon Jovi members when it comes to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but determination, perseverance, and mega talent as songwriters, singers, and musicians have paid off. A report by CNBC was used for most of the information in this article.

Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora together again

Bon Jovi fans have never doubted as to whether or not the band was deserving of the honor after 35 years. In fact, ask any of their fans and they will gladly say it is more than about time for the band to get the recognition they have worked so long and hard for and deserved.

Fans are looking forward to the day and have a lot of questions on their minds pertaining to the big day. The biggest question, however, obviously, is will Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora's reunion at the Hall of Fame result in Richie and Jon working through their past problems.

Bon Jovi stands the test of time

Jon Bon Jovi has always claimed that there was never a problem between himself and Richie Sambora. In 2013, fans will remember Sambora announced that he was leaving the band after 30 years with the band. He revealed that he was ready to move on to do the solo thing and spend more time with his daughter Ava Sambora. Rumors began circulating that a massive fallout between Jon and Richie over money and creative control was behind Sambora's departure.

Jon stated during many interviews that there were absolutely no hard feelings between him and Richie.

There was not a massive falling out over money, or anything else. Richie simply decided he wanted to move on in a new direction and he did. Jon has always wished Richie the best in all his endeavors and that will never change. Obviously, dedicated fans were very upset and expressed just how much they would miss Jon and Richie's camaraderie on stage. Richie's vacated spot was filled by Phil X, who filled in a few times for Richie before his official departure.

Things have been going very well for Jon and the guys since 2013. Tours continue to sell out, new songs have been written and recorded, and albums have reached No. 1 on the charts. This has all been great for Jon, David Bryan, Tico Torres, and fans worldwide. But, if you ask fans, they will tell you that as much as they love Phil X, Richie Sambora is still a big missing piece of the band.

So I have to ask, do you believe that the old musical and best friend bond that Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora have shared for decades will spark the desire for a full-time reunion? Bon Jovi present and past members will accept their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 14, 2018, in Cleveland, Ohio.