TNA Impact Wrestling Power Rankings: Back to the Future?

Featuring appearances from Great Muta, Matt Hardy, Low-Ki, Ezekiel Jackson, Gene Snitsky and King Mo, this episode of TNA Impact was fun, unpredictable and most importantly, entertaining.

Check out this week’s TNA Impact Wrestling Power Rankings to see how TNA took advantage of another fun New York City crowd.

Honorable Mention: Low Ki: Holy crap was Ki pissed in his return. Using strikes and his Fisherman Driver, Ki made a monster return to both TNA and the X-Division.

5: Bobby Roode: After months of squabbles with MVP, Roode finally got the win he’s coveted this week on Impact. A solid Falls Count Anywhere battle, Roode got the win with his Sharpshooter variation and appears more than ready to make another run at the TNA World Heavyweight title.

4: Dixie Carter: Bringing in King Mo, Gene Snitsky and Ezekiel Jackson, Carter has prepared for a war with Bully Ray, Devon and Tommy Dreamer.

3: The Great Muta: In a rare treat, Muta destroyed Robbie E. on Impact and may have set up a match with Senada at Destination X. That’s pretty hard to top for a mid-card feud in TNA.

2: The Hardy Boys: Their return to active competition is a dream for many TNA fans that thought it would never happen. Their match with TNA Tag Team Champions Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards at Destination X could be one of the best tag matches in company history.

1: Austin Aries: After much speculation, Aries took Option C to get his World Title shot against Bobby Lashley at Destination X. With the Champ set to fight in Bellator soon, it makes sense that Aries will have the title around his waist very soon.

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