Hand them over. Titles are some of the most important things in all of wrestling as they tell any fan who matters most on the show. Wrestlers with a large shiny title in their hands are going to be treated as a bigger deal than others and it can mean a lot when a title changes hands. That is what happened on one night, as multiple championships changed hands on a single show.
Impact Wrestling held its annual Bound For Glory event on Friday night where two championships changed hands. First up, Frankie Kazarian defeated Mike Bailey to win the X-Division Title for the sixth time. Later, the Death Dollz (Taya Valkyrie/Jessicka) defeated VXT (Chelsea Green/Deonna Purrazzo) to win the Knockouts Tag Team Titles for the first time. In addition, Digital Media Champion Brian Myers, Tag Team Champions OGK, Knockouts Champion Jordynne Grace and World Champion Josh Alexander retained their titles.
Opinion: Bound For Glory is the kind of show that often sees a lot of changes so only two title changes are a bit of a quieter night. The good thing is that those title changes should mean something, as Impact Wrestling does tend to have its championship reigns have some more value. I do kind of want to see where the new champions go from here so they are on the right path coming out of a major event.
What do you think of the title changes? Which new reign will work best? Let us know in the comments below.
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