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Home » TNA News » Kurt Angle Not Inducted Into TNA’s Hall of Fame, Ethan Carter III’s Bound For Glory Opponent

- The man who played Norv Pernum at Sunday’s TNA Bound For Glory pay-per-view is California independent wrestler Pretty Peter Avalon. He was announced from San Diego and lost to Ethan Carter III.

– It appears Kurt Angle’s TNA Hall of Fame induction is not official as Angle respectfully declined the induction at Sunday’s pay-per-view. Angle told Sting, who was inducting him, that he has let himself, his fans and family down, and would accept the induction when he’s worthy of it. Angle said what he’s accomplished in the past is nothing compared to what he’s going to do in the future. Angle went on to lose to Bobby Roode at the pay-per-view.

  • JohnCena33

    Angle should just come back to WWE, feud with Punk, Bryan, Swagger (at least one match since Swagger was clearly trying to be made into the next Angle), Ziggler, Rhodes, or anyone on the roster actually.

  • Scooter

    I like EC III, he’s a good talent, the gimmick of the spoilt rich kid could work as he’s got the charisma to pull it off but his match just took 2 spots away from other guys, it really seems unfair to me that Bad Influence were left of the main card and for a debuting guy and a local.

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