Photo of Christian via WWE.com.
Still wondering what Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling got in exchange for letting Ric Flair attend the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Hall of Fame ceremony this past April?
Wonder no more.
That's because Dixie Carter tweeted out some news that was quickly picked up on and reportedly confirmed to be part of the deal between the two competing pro wrestling companies. From Carter's Twitter:
"On a plane headed to Dallas for the big PPV this weekend. Very excited @Christian4Peeps is joinin us for the night. He's one of my favorites."
That could also mean Christian is the first inductee into the newly formed TNA Hall of Fame, though that would look terrible if it turns out to be true. That's not to say he didn't have a solid career while he was working in Orlando but he's spent the majority of his career with WWE and there are far more deserving talents.
But what do you expect when the entire thing is a gimmick anyway?