3 Ups & 2 Downs From This Week's Impact Wrestling (Sep 6)

Bound For Glory card starts to take shape.


After last week's episode left the company ReDefined, Impact Wrestling have followed on from that with another alright showing. With a new Knockouts Champion crowned and a seemingly unstoppable unit coming together, it's time to look ahead to Bound For Glory on 14 October.

Tessa Blanchard made her first successful defence of the Knockouts Championship against former champion Su Yung, continuing on her esteemed family legacy. The 'Queen of the Carolinas' has brought some new eyes to the Impact product since her debut in April, and is undoubtedly one of the company's biggest signings for a while.

Moose explained his actions from the end of last week's special episode, letting people know why he decided to join forces with Austin Aries and Killer Kross. His thunder was stolen by Johnny Impact entering to let Aries know of his opponent for the Bound For Glory main event. It would probably be a good idea for Impact to get some friends in to combat Moose and Kross, assuming they're stationed at ringside for the match.

It was a good episode for what it was, but it wasn't all fine to watch. It's time to take a look at what parts were excellent and what parts were passable.


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