Impact Uses Footage From WWE During Hall of Fame Video Package

Impact Uses Footage From WWE During Hall of Fame Video Package

Impact Wrestling used clips of Ken Shamrock from his time in WWE during a Hall of Fame clip last night. It’s not that this hasn’t happened before, but its extremely rare. They were sure to include that the clips were provided courtesy of WWE. While Impact rarely includes anything from the WWE, the WWE has used footage from TNA/Impact a few times on the WWE Network.

The clips that were used include making The Rock tap out, defeating X-Pac, and his entrance along side Big Boss Man and Shawn Michaels. Shamrock is being inducted in the Hall of Fame following his time in NWA-TNA in 2002 and a short stint in 2019. He joins names like Sting, Abyss, Jeff Jarrett, and Kurt Angle. The World’s Most Dangerous Man is the first ever NWA-TNA World Heavyweight champion after winning a Battle Royal for the vacant title. He lost the title a couple months later to Ron “The Truth” Killings (R-Truth) You can view the video package below via a tweet from Impact’s official account:

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