If there is one thing that Impact has done as good or better then any other promotion in recent years it is find how grown talent to build an extremely deep roster. I have sang the praises of Ace Austin in the past and he's only gotten better with time. Austin will be World Champion one day it's only a matter of when and I think the time will be soon, but not right now. Shifting gears to the #1 contender for the World Championship Josh Alexander.
Alexander has kept his stock high and himself in the conversation going from being one half of the most talked about tag team in wrestling alongside Ethan Page to one of the most underrated stars and most dominate X-Division champions. Alexander has been given the spotlight to shine in Impact Wrestling and has done exactly that for the better part of the last year as X-Division champion. Now he recently cashed in option C which means he will vacate the X-Division title for a chance to challenge Christian for the World Title. It's time for the "Walking Weapon" to graduate into the main event of Impact Wrestling and to be able to do it on the biggest stage of the year there is no better time or chance to do so.
Christopher Daniels has seemingly returned to Impact Wrestling for the first time in seven long years which is one of the first few times the AEW working agreement has shown real benefits for Impact Wrestling. Daniels was not just a founding member of the roster, but he helped lay the foundation with which Impact Wrestling was built. Daniels hasn't been seen much in AEW following the split of SCU, but getting one more run and a Hall of Fame induction could be in the cards for one of the legends of Impact's past.
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