TNA Impact Wrestling Results (9/19) – Bully At Odds With The Aces, AJ Calls Dixie Out, Her Unexpected Response

Bill Pritchard

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By Bill Pritchard for Wrestlezone.com
September 19th 2013

Magnus comes out and says he hasn't been right since last week, and it's because he came that close to winning the Bound For Glory Series. He congratulates AJ Styles for winning, but he has to deal with three other men now, and he dares EGO to come face him. Magnus says he doesn't have his family with him, but he won't get jumped again, then Kaz comes out and Magnus stomps him in the corner. Daniels runs out and hits him from behind, but Magnus ducks a punch and Daniels accidentally hits Kaz in the head. Magnus gains control for a bit before Bobby Roode runs out and attacks him, but Sting and Samoa Joe are quick to run to make the save. Sting says if EGO wants a fight then it's on, because they are going to have a six man tag match, then he chases EGO to the back.

Chris Sabin approaches Manik and says he saw him ask Hulk Hogan for a match with Jeff Hardy, and he says he is really proud of him. He says he can appreciate the courage, because he took a chance asking Velvet Sky out, eventhough she says yes before he finished talking. Sabin says Manik has been on a role lately, but he also knows about that because he's a former X Division and World Heavyweight Champion. Sabin says Manik kind of owes his success to him, and he tells Manik he might not even be the champion now if it wasn't for him. Manik says he needs to get ready, then he leaves as Sabin tells Velvet that they should go get a closer look at this match, and she agrees and they walk away together.

Manik vs Jeff Hardy

Hardy connects with a spinning headscissors off the ropes, then he clotheslines Manik on the floor and and rolls him back in and hits a high dropkick. Manik drop toe holds Hardy into the ropes and dives on him, then he goes for a springboard dropkick but Hardy rolls away and hits a somersault dive off the turnbuckles. Hardy goes for a Twist of Fate but Manik blocks it and gets a double underhook pin attempt, then he goes to lift him but Hardy hits a Twist of Fate and a Swanton for the win. Hardy gets up and shakes Manik's hand, then Chris Sabin gets in the ring and plays to the crowd. He raises Manik's arm and walks away, but he runs back at Manik and stomps him a few times before Hardy makes the save and Sabin taunts the fans. The cameras catch up to Sabin backstage bragging to Velvet Sky, and he says they need to get their stuff and leave, but the camera man asks why he just did that. Sabin says Manik is disrespectful, and he says everyone disrespects him eventhough he has clout and he is a trailblazer. He says he has accomplished so much here, but he wants respect, and he's going to get it by taking it, then he tells the cameraman to go away.

Winner – Jeff Hardy

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