As CJ Blaze noted on the site during TNA Slammiversary, Team 3D have been announced as the next inductees into the TNA Hall of Fame. You can watch the official video honoring them below or at this link:
TNA Wrestling also sent out an official press release about the announcement. You can read it below:
ARLINGTON, Texas (June 15, 2014) — During Slammiversary XII live from Arlington, Texas, Olympic Gold Medalist and TNA Hall of Famer Kurt Angle announced the next inductees into the TNA Hall of Fame will be Team 3D, Bully Ray and Devon.
Team 3D is one of the most decorated tag teams in professional wrestling history having won more than 20 tag team championships across various promotions, including twice winning the TNA World Tag Team Championship. In 2005 Team 3D was named TNA Tag Team of the Year and in 2013 were named TNA Tag Team of Tag Teams.
Having made their TNA debut in 2005, Bully Ray and Devon are known for their no-nonsense hardcore, taking care of business inside and outside of the ring, which often ends in putting their opponents through a table.
Team 3D becomes the third inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame, following the inaugural induction of “The Icon” Sting in 2012 and Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle earlier this year.
A special induction ceremony for Team 3D will take place later this year.
Several people told me that they had trouble viewing TNA Slammiversary last night. The trouble came across Time Warner Cable. One person told me that they missed the first 10 minutes of the show. They explained the situation to me in the tweet below:
@AlexAssumptions It just kept telling me to wait a moment and then it would tile up.
— Coquina Clutch (@CoquinaClutch) June 16, 2014
However, there was an instance where Time Warner told pay-per-view buyers that Slammiversary was unavailable. One person who bought the event was unable to watch it:
— Chris Regal (@CRegal23) June 16, 2014