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Last week, TNA President Dixie Carter announced her company would be opening up its own Hall of Fame and inducting the first honoree during this Sunday's (June 10) Slammiversary pay-per-view.
I went through and named the likely candidates the following day and came to the conclusion it would probably end up being Hulk Hogan or Sting.
Hogan because Carter is more in love with the Hulkster than he is with himself or Sting because the man traded in his legacy for a TNA contract and that's the sort of thing you have to thank a guy for.
Then there are more deserving wrestlers like Jeff Jarrett -- only the guy who started the company -- and TNA original AJ Styles who has pretty much spent his entire career in relative obscurity thanks to having stayed down in Orlando -- and Nashville for a bit -- for the company's entire 10 year tenure.
Regardless, TNA has released the official logo for the Hall of Fame and it, like a lot of what TNA does, is pretty underwhelming.
I know it's just a logo and it would be pretty impossible to be some kind of earth shattering image but it's almost as if they didn't even try.
"Throw a banner in front of our logo and make it silver. Silver is classy, right?"
What do you think, Cagesiders? Am I being too hard on the Orlando company?