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Alexander becomes number one contender to Impact X-Division title

  • February 16, 2021
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Josh Alexander is the new number one contender for the Impact X-Division championship.

He won a triple threat revolver match at tonight’s Impact No Surrender pay-per-view event to become the number one contender for the X-Division title. It was a gauntlet match where three men started and whenever someone was eliminated, another person would enter. The final three participants in the match were Trey Miguel, Ace Austin, and Alexander, with Alexander taking out Miguel, then Madman Fulton who was at ringside. He then submitted Austin for the win.

Later in the show, TJP successfully defended the  X-Division title against Rohit Raju. After the match, the announcers mentioned that the next title match would be TJP against Alexander.

Alexander had been the longtime tag team partner of Ethan Page. However, Page left Impact Wrestling in December, leaving him as a singles wrestler. Most recently, he teamed with Matt Cardona to defeat Austin & Fulton in a tag team match.

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