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Impact Wrestling results for February 6, 2014

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As TNA Wrestling rolls even closer to March’s Lockdown pay-per-view, the intensity and importance of their Impact Wrestling show has heightened. Last night’s episode, filmed in Glasgow, Scotland, featured MVP speaking about the state of the company and a battle for the number one contendership for the TNA World Championship. For results of the entire show, read below.

Abyss defeated Eric Young in a Monster’s Ball match. At the end of the match, Young pulled off Abyss’ mask to show the monster that he is in fact, Joseph Park.

Chris Sabin invited Velvet Sky to the first place they kissed to tell Sky to stay out of his life. He then challenged her to a fight on next week’s episode.

New investor MVP confronted TNA President Dixie Carter and explained his dismay at her lack of competency.

Zema Ion cashed in his Feast of Fired briefcase for the X-Division Championship against champion Austin Aries. Ion caught Aries off guard by having the Bro-mans dance on the entrance stage, allowing the Ion to hit Aries with the briefcase. Eventually, Aries came out of la-la-land and destroyed Ion with his brainbuster to retain his belt.

Bobby Roode has been helping Dixie Carter to get a World Title shot. With MVP now on the scene, Roode cannot be simply handed a title shot. Instead, he had to defeat current number one contender, Samoa Joe on the show. Joe and Roode fought an okay television-style match which ended in Joe winning cleanly with the Kokina Clutch.

Stay tuned for more TNA Wrestling updates here. Read my review of a TNA Wrestling show I went to here. Until more news is available, read other wrestling-related and recent news articles below.

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