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Impact Wrestling Results (9/9/15)

The TNA vs GFW turf war continues. Who will have an advantage at next week's Winner-Take-All Lethal Lockdown Match?

In the ring, TNA World Champion Ethan Carter III (with Tyrus) introduce his new personal assistant, Jeff Hardy, who became such after EC3 beat Matt Hardy to retain his World Title last week.

1. Tyrus and TNA World Champion Ethan Carter III (w/ Jeff Hardy) defeated Matt Hardy and Rockstar Spud
- EC3 pinned Spud after a sitout chokeslam

Drew Galloway and The Wolves were shown talking backstage. Galloway vows to win against Chris Mordetsky for TNA to have an advantage at next week's Lethal Lockdown Match vs Team GFW.

Then, The Dollhouse somewhere else backstage talked about their newest member, Rebel. Afterwards, they blindsided The Beautiful People... and took out Angelina Love!

In the ring, Jeff Jarrett demanded that Bobby Roode come out and "return" the TNA King of the Mountain Championship, which Roode won from PJ Black last week. Roode refused.

2. Six-man Tag Team Match: Robbie E, Micah and X Division Champion Tigre Uno def. Jessie Godderz, Eli Drake, and Kenny King
- Robbie E pinned Jesse

3. Knockouts Championship: Brooke Tessmacher def. Gail Kim via DQ
- Tessmacher retains her title
- GFW's Lei D'Tapa caused the DQ by hitting Gail Kim with the Knockouts Title belt
- After the match, Awesome Kong and Lei D'Tapa came to blows!

4. TNA World Tag Team Championship: The Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards) def. Brian Myers and Trevor Lee to win the titles

5. Lumberjack Match: Chris Mordetsky [GFW] def. Drew Galloway [TNA]
- Eric Young seemed to save Team TNA from a GFW and Jeff Jarrett interference, but Young hit Galloway with Jarrett's guitar, costing him the match1
- As a result, Team GFW will have a one-man advantage at Lethal Lockdown next week!

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