Traci Brooks To Be Inducted Into IMPACT Hall Of Fame

Traci Brooks is the latest inductee into the IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Traci Brooks is set to be inducted into the IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Fame. 

Brooks returned to the ring (for the first time in over a decade) on last night's special IMPACT 1000 edition of the promotion's television show, teaming with her husband Frankie Kazarian to defeat Eddie Edwards and Alisha Edwards in a mixed-tag match. 

After the bout, Frankie introduced a video announcing his wife as an inductee, taking her by surprise. Brooks will join former TNA/IMPACT announcers Mike Tenay and the late Don West in the class of 2023. 

The ceremony is scheduled to take place at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view on October 21.

Reacting to the announcement on X (formerly Twitter), Brooks wrote:

"This little farm girl from St. Mary's, Ontario Canada just wanted to wrestle. I never dreamed of one day being in @IMPACTWRESTLING Hall Of Fame beside the amazing Don West & Mike Tenay. My last match with my wonderful husband by my side & my son in the ring for my HOF announcement".

Brooks worked for TNA/IMPACT between 2003 and 2012, both as an active member of the Knockouts division and as an on-screen authority figure. She has made sporadic appearances since, including accompanying Kazarian at this year and last year's Slammiversary events. 

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