The Best And Worst Of TNA Impact Wrestling 1/9/13: Rise of the BlokeMans

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Hello Impact friends! Thanks for stopping by. I treasure our time together. A few things before we get to some very important puns:

Have you watched the trailer for our dear Brandon’s movie Meet Me There yet? Are you hype? Well, as someone who doesn’t get hype, but rather stays hype, I can say this reinforces my hype state tenfold.

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This week on Impact: Jump to the left, roll to the right, AJ Styles is going to try to unify the belts tonight!

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