Is It Too Early For TNA To Have Their Own Hall Of Fame?

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Is It Too Early For TNA To Have Their Own Hall Of Fame?

Vince McMahon had only been in control of WWF for 11 years before he created the WWF Hall Of Fame, and seeing as TNA is starting to look like they're going to be around for the long haul, do you think TNA should develop their own Hall Of Fame sometime in the foreseeable future?

With TNA currently advertising the upcoming Bound For Glory PPV as Sting's last, and "The Icon's" imminent retirement, I think he would be the ideal first entrant into TNA's own Hall Of Fame.

You just have to take a quick look at the rest of the TNA roster to see some big name superstars, which in all likeliness won't be around as active wrestlers for too much longer. Guys like Kurt Angle, Kevin Nash, Mick Foley, Jeff Jarrett, Scott Steiner, Booker T, and Team 3D all deserve to be honoured for their fabled careers in some way.

Plenty of the younger members of the roster would eventually make it into the Hall Of Fame too. A.J. Styles would top the list, closely followed by Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels, James Storm, Robert Roode, Chris Sabin, Abyss, Frankie Kazarian, Jay Lethal, Homicide, and Hernandez.

There are also the wrestlers who have at one stage been a part of the TNA roster such as Konnan, Ron Killings, Jerry Lynn, Petey Williams, Sonjay Dutt, B.G. James, Chris Harris, Lance Hoyt, Raven, Christian Cage, Elix Skipper, and many more.

TNA may have only been established seven years ago, but in that short time they have forged a legacy of their own that could one day rival promotions such as ECW, WCW, and ultimately WWE.

This article is more for readers to discuss the topic than anything else. So what do you think? Should TNA have their own Hall Of Fame?

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