Impact Wrestling Coverage: Galloway Proves Himself Again

This week’s episode of Impact Wrestling featured a trio of solid matches, but plenty of storyline development that will surely be used in the weeks ahead. With drama in every title division (except the King of the Mountain) this week’s TNA felt more like a building block than a blockbuster. Regardless, you have to like what you see from both Jeff Hardy and Drew Galloway, who thrived with performances that got the fans into it. With plenty of match and angle combinations moving forward, both the TNA World Heavyweight Champion and their most charismatic star will have to keep up their exceptional work though, as the slew of mid-carders hungry for opportunities, guys the likes of Mike Bennett, Tyrus and even Matt Hardy, haven’t proven that they can be the guys to get TNA to be anything more than a big indie.


Six Sides of Steel Jeff Hardy vs. King of the Mountain Champion Eric Young w/Bram: This match took about 10 minutes to get started as the fight began outside the ring, with Bram getting involved as well. Once in the ring both Young and Hardy traded blows and used weapons to try and get an advantage. Young got the first real near-fall of the match, thanks to a Piledriver and six step chairs. Hardy fought back however and after a pair of Twists of Fate and then hit a Senton Bomb from the top of the cage for the win.

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