Kenny Dykstra-TNA Talks Fall Through, Will WWE Stream The HOF?

– As reported earlier, former WWE star Kenny Dykstra worked a tryout dark match for TNA two weeks ago, losing to Homicide. He noted on his Twitter account that plans for him to join the organization have fallen through, writing: "just got word that tna wont be bringing me back. and plans have fallen through. Most Talented Free Agent, still on the market." He then sent the following tweet to TNA President Dixie Carter: "great meeting you and thanks for taking a look at the Most Talented Free Agent in Pro Wrestling today ~Kenn Doane"

– TNA will be at the Columbus Civic Center in Columbus, Georgia tonight completing its two-show tour this weekend. The Ledger-Enquirer has a story on tonight's show, which will feature AJ Styles, Kurt Angle, Jeff Jarrett, Team 3D, Angelina Love, Tara and The Beautiful People.

– World Wrestling Entertainment will not be streaming the Hall of Fame ceremony on tomorrow night. "Not planned as of now," responded a WWE web team member to a Twitter follower who asked if it would be shown on the website. "Only on USA Network." Of course, that could change. We'll have to wait and see. In previous years, the early inductions would be shown on with the headliners being on the USA broadcast. The full ceremony would then be released on the WrestleMania DVD.