GFW Impact Wrestling 5 Takeaways: Garza Jr. On The Rise

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Bound for Glory Continues to Take Shape With Rising Stars and Intrigue in Every Division.

GFW Impact Wrestling continues to provide some of the best weekly wrestling shows.  It all started with Eli Drake last week but this week Drake was in Japan.  He would still make his presence felt even being miles away.  Johnny Mundo battles Garza Jr. in a number one contender’s match for the Global Championship.  This could be Garza Jr’s chance to show that he can be a solid singles competitor.

Last week, there was disagreement everywhere you look with many of Impact Wrestling’s groups.  The dissention continues this week as Ohio Versus Everything instigates.  Simply being GFW Tag Team Champions is enough to push LAX to their breaking point.  It was teased that the two teams would battle in a 5150 Street Fight and tonight the rivalry continues to heat up.

The Knockout’s division is starting to regain its depth of old.  With the newly debuted Taya Valkyrie, the championship picture has several ways it can go.  The Knockout’s Championship match is already set for Bound for Glory and even a number one contender’s match is set.  The division is surrounded by psychological warfare everywhere you turn.

MMA versus professional wrestling has been a debate that spans years.  Impact has incorporated that into a storyline between Moose and Lashley.  There is much anticipation for this feud and also has casual fan appeal.  Also, the finalists have been announced for Global Forged, Impact Wrestling’s destination for new talent.  As we look into Impact Wrestling for this week, there a several storylines and matches to be analyzed.