"TNA Impact Wrestling" aired on Sept. 19 and the main focus of the show was AJ Styles wanting to confront Dixie Carter about something. Here is a look at the "TNA Impact Wrestling" recap and results from this week's show.
The show opens with E.G.O. attacking Magnus in the back. He comes to the ring and challenges one of them to a match, but they all attack him until Sting and Samoa Joe make the save.
Manik wrestled Jeff Hardy in a non-title match next. Before the match, Chris Sabin reminded Manik that, if it wasn't for him, Manik never would have won the X-Division title. Hardy beat Manik in the match, and then Sabin attacked Manik after the match, claiming disrespect.
Mickie James defended her Knockouts title against ODB in the next match. The match was a longer one, and ODB ended up winning the Knockouts title to become the next champion.
Eric Young and Joseph Park came in and congratulated her, which brought out The Bromans. Robbie E made a challenge and Eric Young beat him in seconds. He said he wasn't ready for Young, and he was challenging Joseph Park. In that match, Park also won in seconds. The Bromans attacked after the match, Park turned into Abyss and destroyed them before snapping back again.
Aces & Eights came out next. Bully Ray told Brooke that she was the reason he won last week. That made Wes Briscoe mad, so Bully put him in his place. That made Garett Bischoff mad, so Bully Ray pushed him back too. Knux stepped up next and when Bully pushed him back, Knux came right back and Bully Ray left. It looks like Aces & Eights is coming to an end.
Up next, Hernandez beat Gunner in a singles match, while their tag team partners watched.
In the main event, E.G.O. beat the Main Event Mafia when Bobby Roode pinned Magnus. They are playing up a Magnus losing streak here.
Finally, AJ Styles came out. He cut a great promo about how Dixie Carter got rid of great TNA originals like Low Ki, Alex Shelley and Jay Lethal to hire MMA stars and former WWE guys who just wanted a break from up north.
Dixie Carter came out next and turned heel, telling Styles he has never meant anything to the company, that she built TNA and not him, and that he hasn't had a good match in years. She then had Styles mic cut off and ordered the lights to go out and the show to end.