TNA Impact 6/28/12: What Worked and What Didn't

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TNA Impact 6/28/12: What Worked and What Didn't
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After the complete farce of an ending we received last week, I hoped and prayed that Daniels would save us of from the hell that is the "misunderstanding" and boy did he ever. That last minute twist hit me in the face like a ton of bricks.

We saw a much needed injection of talent into the X-Division, a couple of great Bound For Glory matches and a main event that stole the show.

Here are the BFG standings after this week's Impact:

1. James Storm – 36 points [3-0-1] … 4 matches
2. Samoa Joe – 27 points [3-2-0] … 5 matches
3. Kurt Angle – 10 points [1-2-0] … 3 matches
4. Mr. Anderson – 9 points [1-2-1] … 4 matches
5t. Jeff Hardy – 7 points [1-1-0] … 2 matches
5t. Magnus – 7 points [1-1-0] … 2 matches
5t, The Pope – 7 points [1-1-0] … 2 matches
5t. Rob Van Dam – 7 points [1-2-0] … 3 matches
9. Daniels – 5 points [1-2-0] … 3 matches
10t. A.J. Styles – 0 points [0-2-0] … 2 matches
10t. Bully Ray – 0 points [0-3-0] … 3 matches

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