Impact Wrestling Coverage: Lashley Ends Possibly Last Impact With Momentum for BFG

TNA is ready for Bound For Glory. All the feuds are at a fever pitch. But will it actually air? And if it does, who leaves with the gold?

Matches:

X-Division Champion Zema Ion vs. Eddie Edwards: A decent match with plenty of back and forth. Although not an AJ Styles/Samoa Joe X-Division encounter, this was another solid outing from Ion, who has been tasked to regain the legacy of the division. A fun end as Ion countered the Boston Knee Party and hit the ZDT for the win. After the match, the Helms Dynasty hit the ring and both Trevor Lee and Andrew Everett took out Edwards and Ion.

Madison Rayne vs. Laurel Van Ness w/Allie: Whoa. Although this was far from anything crazy, Rayne put up a fight and Ness won with the Curb Stomp.

Rosemary w/TNA Tag Team Champions: Decay: Abyss and Crazy Steve vs. Reby Sky w/Matt and Jeff Hardy: This was a cat fight and got thrown out after Rosemary hit the Mist on the referee.

Lethal Lockdown: Team Lashley: TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Lashley, Drew Galloway, Mike Bennett and Knockouts Champion Maria Kanellis vs. Team Carter: Ethan Carter III, Moose, Aron Rex and Gail Kim: This was a war, that had everything from finishers to weapons. The heels were in control for a large portion, but like any match before a PPV with multiple angles involves, everyone got to tell a little bit of story. Naturally, EC3 and Lashley were the last two standing.

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