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Traci Brooks Reacts To Being Inducted Into The IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Fame

One of the most memorable Knockouts in IMPACT Wrestling history is Traci Brooks. She became one of the top stars in professional wrestling thanks to her run in the Nashville-based promotion.

During the 1000th episode of IMPACT Wrestling, the 48-year-old star and her husband Frankie Kazarian teamed up to wrestle the duo of Eddie and Alisha Edwards. The two teams fought with everything they had. In the end, Kazarian and his wife managed to pick up the win.

Following the match, Frankie Kazarian took the microphone to make a special announcement. He revealed that on October 21st in Chicago at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view, the original Knockouts will be inducted into the IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Fame.

Traci Brooks took to Twitter to share her excitement. She was beyond honored to join the elite list of wrestlers as part of the IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Fame. Brooks also confirmed that her match last night was her final bout in her professional wrestling career.

Brooks also mentioned that it was an honor to have her final match teaming up with her husband. She’s also looking forward to being inducted into the IMPACT Wrestling Hall of Fame at the Bound for Glory pay-per-view in the presence of her son.

“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,” Traci Brooks tweeted.

Legends such as Bully Ray, D-Von Dudley, Angelina Love, and Gail Kim all showed up for the event as well.

Did you enjoy Night one of IMPACT Wrestling’s 1000th episode?