Impact Wrestling Power Rankings: Edwards Proving Himself

The Hardy’s dominance and a great main event set the scene for one of the best episodes of Impact Wrestling this year.

Check out this week’s Impact Wrestling Power Rankings to see who left with the gold and more.

Honorable Mention: Eli Drake: He’s easily one of the most charismatic performers on TNA and thanks to his feud with Ethan Carter, his friendship with Impact Grand Champion Aron Rex and his Bound for Gold title shot, he’s more over than ever right now.

5: Ethan Carter III: He’s pissed and wants a shot at Eli Drake and anyone else that gets in his way. The most over face in the company, Carter is one of the few stars that doesn’t have to worry about TNA closing shop- any other promotion in the world would be happy to have him.

4: Mystery Trio: Revealed on several pro wrestling websites as James Storm, Eddie Kingston and Bram, their decimation of The Tribunal did not go unnoticed.

3: Bobby Lashley: His win over Moose makes him #1 contender for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Add in his new Rockpedo Spear finisher and he’s as dangerous as ever.

2: The Hardy Boys: Between Jeff Hardy’s charisma and in-ring work and Matt Hardy’s undeniable dominance on the microphone, The Hardy Boys are undeniably the hottest tag team in professional wrestling today.

1: Eddie Edwards: His win over Cody Rhodes this week proved he may not be a transitional champion after all.

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