WWE News: TNA Request to the WWE for Ric Flair's HOF Appearance Revealed

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Bleacher ReportAnalyst IMarch 28, 2012

With the appearance of Ric Flair at the WWE Hall of Fame ceremony finally confirmed a few days ago by wwe.com, wrestling fans can now breathe a collective sigh of relief.

The conditions of agreement between TNA and the WWE are not known, but some new information has surfaced about one request that TNA wants from the WWE.

According to The Wrestling Observer Newsletter (h/t Wrestlinginc.com), TNA wanted the WWE to somehow mention during the Hall of Fame Ceremony that Flair works for, or is there because of TNA.

Since the announcement of The Four Horsemen being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, there was much speculation by wrestling fans and members of the Internet Wrestling Community on whether or not Flair would be able to attend.

Flair will be in attendance for the ceremony, but a lot of wrestling fans are speculating if he will be permitted to appear on camera with fellow horsemen members Arn Anderson, Tully Blanchard, Barry Windham and J.J. Dillon.

Both the WWE and TNA obviously had to come to an amicable agreement in order for Flair to attend, but it remains to be seen if the WWE will indeed acknowledge its rival company.

Given the WWE's track record of rarely mentioning TNA in the past, it will be wishful thinking indeed if it does acknowledge TNA at the Hall of Fame Ceremony.


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