TNA President Dixie Carter makes her way out to the ring. Carter talks about TNA celebrating 11 years tonight and thanks the fans for the support. Tonight she will be announcing the second inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame. "Last year it was Sting and tonight I would love to ask all the men and women of TNA to come to the stage for tonight's announcement," said Carter. TNA wrestlers and officials walk out to the entrance area. Carter announces that the second inductee into the TNA Wrestling Hall of Fame is...Kurt Angle. Angle walks down the ramp and hugs Carter. A video package runs focusing on the career of Kurt Angle. Angle is shown watching the video package crying in the ring. We return live to Angle who is crying as the crowd in Boston gives him a huge reaction. A shot of Mike Tenay and Todd Keneley clapping at ringside is shown. Carter talks about the night they announced Angle would be coming to TNA. She said when they signed him "we knew we were going to make it." Angle takes the mic saying he had no idea and is so proud. He mentions his family and thanks Dixie for bringing him to TNA. "You made me love it again," added Angle. He talks about being very humbled tonight. Angle said others are just as deserving on the TNA roster with guys like AJ Styles, Samoa Joe and Bobby Roode. He thanks Jeff Jarrett, the co-founder of TNA. "This company changed my life, I love TNA and I know all of you do too," Angle said to end his comments in the ring.
We see highlights from Bound for Glory in 2008 of Sting defeating Samoa Joe to become the new TNA Champion.
Footage is shown of Sting arriving to the arena earlier today.
Backstage, Jeremy Borash is with Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels and Kazarian). Daniels talked about making the TNA Tag Team Championships mean something again in TNA.