The previous four superstars I mentioned are somewhat obvious choices, but they are all active wrestlers. Jarrett hasn't been on Impact in a while, but he's still wrestling down in Mexico.
Now, with these four still active, would TNA induct someone who retired, passed away or a non-wrestler?
Here are some other possible inductees for TNA's Hall of Fame:
She became president in spring 2003 after her parents, owners of Panda Energy International, purchased 71 percent of TNA.
She is a semi-regular on Impact Wrestling. She is currently involved in a storyline with A.J Styles against Daniels and Kazarian. She was in a previous feud with Eric Bischoff and Hulk Hogan over power of TNA.
Carter has become more confident on the mic in recent years, but she shouldn't be inducted for her on-camera work. Without the help of her and her family, Jarrett and all of the other TNA wrestlers would be out of a job or working, reluctantly, for WWE.
Daniels, along with Styles, is one of the TNA originals. His early days included time with Triple X and Russo's stable of Sports Entertainment Xtreme.
His character has undergone many repackagings. Daniels also competed as Curry Man and Suicide.
Daniels, in my opinion, has been wrestling in the shadows of Styles. However, Daniels has accomplished a lot.
He captured the NWA Tag Championship six times and the TNA Tag Championship once. Daniels also won the X Division Title four times and won the 2004 World X Cup.
Hulk. Hogan. The most iconic name in sports entertainment. He was close to signing back in 2003, but he suffered from knee and back problems and did not appear. He officially joined TNA in 2009 with Eric Bischoff as a partner with Dixie Carter. He made his debut on January 4, 2010.
He quickly changed the landscape of TNA. Hogan removed the six-sided ring and debuted the traditional four-sided ring and a new Impact Zone.
Hogan formed the Immortal stable with Jeff Hardy, Bischoff, Abyss and Jarrett. This created the storyline that Bischoff and Hogan were now in charge of TNA instead of Carter.
Hogan, now a face, replaced Sting as the general manager of Impact. The only reason I see Hogan inducted to the promote him as a two-time Hall of Famer just like Flair, who is no longer with the company.
These were the other personalities in TNA that could be inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame. I would like to know who you think could or should be inducted on June 10 at Slammiversary.