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Low Ki returns to Impact Wrestling, wins the X-Division Championship

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Low Ki returns to Impact Wrestling, wins the X-Division Championship

A new X Division Champion was crowned on Thursday’s “live” (on tape delay) episode of Impact Wrestling in Orlando, Florida at Universal Studios. Impact Wrestling held a Six-Way X Division Championship Match on the show. Dezmond Xavier, Suicide, Andrew Everett, Sonjay Dutt, Trevor Lee and the returning Low Ki competed in the match and he is now wearing a suit and tie. This was also Sonjay Dutt’s return to the company. Dutt is close with the Jarretts and worked behind the scenes for Jeff Jarrett’s Global Force Wrestling. He had an offer to work at the WWE Performance Center but declined because the job would have required him to move his family to Florida. Low Ki has had several stints with Impact Wrestling. He was with the company when they launched in 2002 and left in 2004. He was back again wrestling from 2006-2008 using the name Senshi and his third stint from 2014-2015 was as part of MVP’s Beat Down Clan stable.

This was also Sonjay Dutt’s return to the company. Dutt is close with the Jarretts and worked behind the scenes for Jeff Jarrett’s Global Force Wrestling. Dutt had an offer to work at the WWE Performance Center but declined because the job would have required him to move his family to Florida. Low Ki has had several runs with Impact Wrestling. He was with the company when they launched in 2002 and left in 2004. He was back from 2002-2008 and his third stint was as part of MVP’s Beat Down Clan stable.

Low Ki ended up winning the match to become the new X Division Champion for the fifth time. Earlier in the show, Dutt declared that he would win the title for the first time but he came up short. It’s clear that are building up to an eventual title run for Dutt.

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