Traci Brooks to be inducted into the Impact Wrestling Hall of Fame

Traci Brooks was surprised with the news of being inducted into the Impact Wrestling Hall of Fame last night during the 1000th episode of the show.

Brooks returned to team with her husband Frankie Kazarian against Alisha and Eddie Edwards during yesterday’s show and she won the match for her team after hitting the Fade to Black finisher on Alisha.

After the match was over, Kazarian got on the mic and told everyone to turn their attention to the video screen, where a video package showing Brooks as the newest inductee aired.

The 48-year-old was overcome with emotion and cried in the ring as her son cheered her on.

Brooks becomes the 14th inductee into the Impact Hall of Fame and will join the late Don West and Mike Tenay as an inductee at Bound For Glory.

She worked for TNA/Impact from 2003 until 2012 and made sporadic appearances since then.

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