The Best And Worst Of Impact Wrestling: Heathcliff, It's Me, Jeff Hardy

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Hey friends! It’s time to talk about Ethan Carter III! And other Impact stuff if we have to I guess.

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This week on Impact: Two title matches, a break up, and a dude who has done a million drugs and now lives in the rafters and talks like a Kate Bush song.

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