– TNA President Dixie Carter announced on last night’s live Impact Wrestling that the company will be starting their own Hall of Fame soon. The first inductee will be announced at this month’s Slammiversary pay-per-view.
– Former WWE Tough Enough contestant Martin Casaus was backstage at Impact last night. He wrote on Twitter:
“Ill be at @IMPACTWRESTLING tonight for thier first live impact show,” he wrote. “I’ve been hearing a lot about #gutcheck #toughenoughgutcheck @TNADixie… At universal studios for @IMPACTWRESTLING. Theres some big time wrestling fans here! Were a special bunch of people. Love it!”
– Below is the post-show from last night:
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