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More On Christian At TNA Slammiversary This Weekend & How TNA's Lawsuit Against WWE Has Created Bad Blood That Could Alter What Was Supposed To Happen At The Pay-Per-View On Sunday

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Without a doubt the biggest story of the day is Dixie Carter'sTweet that Christian will be joining TNA for a night over Slammiversary weekend. The rumor is that Christian will be at the pay-per-view on Sunday and will be the company's first Hall of Fame inductee. This would be TNA's compensation for allowing WWE to showcase Ric Flair in their Hall of Fame this year with the Four Horsemen over Wrestlemania XXVIII weekend.

However, I'm told the plan to induct Christian as the first member of the TNA Hall of Fame could be in jeopardy given the current injunction placed on WWE. For those that missed it, as I reported yesterday here on Premium, an injunction has been placed on WWE where they are unable to hire anyone who has been under TNA contract in the last sixty days. My source believes Christian will only be inducted if the deal was already in writing or if TNA has the injunction dropped where they would be able to get either Alex Shelley or Ric Flair back on television inside of the stipulated time frame.

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