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The Wolves to defend TNA Tag team titles on Impact

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The Bro Mans will get their Sacrifice rematch with the Wolves on this coming Thursday’s edition of Impact Wrestling.

Robbie E and Jessie Godderz lost their TNA World Tag Team titles in a three-on-two handicap match against Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards last weekend, with Zema Ion acting as the fifth man in the match.

The Bro Mans will be without ‘DJ Z’ this time around though, and will instead be facing the Wolves in a two-on-two ladder match.

On the latest edition of Impact, the two duos met once again, this time in a six-man tag team match also involving Zema and Sanada.

The Bro Mans attacked at the bell, but The Wolves and Sanada quickly sent them outside, hitting a splash on the floor before chopping Robbie in the corner.

Edwards kicked Zema in the head and Richards connected with several midsection kicks, before hitting with a flying forearm and an exploder suplex for a two count. Robbie broke it up, only for Sanada to kick him from behind.

The Bro Mans were finally beaten when Edwards flew off the top rope with a double stomp, Sanada hit a moonsault and Richards hit another double stomp and grabbed the pin.

The Wolves won the TNA World Tag Team Titles at Sacrifice, after defeating the Bro Mans and Zema Ion in a three-on-two handicap match.

It was the fourth time the Wolves had challenged for the titles in a little over a month.

In previous weeks, they lost a three-way match also involving Sanada and Tigre Uno, and failed to capture the titles in two further matches – despite victory via disqualification.

With the Bro Mans having made a habit of deliberately getting themselves disqualified in order to keep their belts, MVP decreed that the match at Sacrifice would be a ‘no disqualification match’.

Sick of the repeated interventions of Zema Ion, the Wolves also allowed the bout to be a handicap match, confident of claiming the gold despite their numbers deficit.

Robbie E kicked off the match by trying to attack Davey Richards on a number of occasions.

Richards brushed off the repeated kicks and the crowd laughed at Robbie’s attempts.

Zema hit Edwards from behind with his laptop, allowing the champs and their DJ to take control. The heels tossed Edwards into their corner and triple team dropkicked him. 

The heels continued to work over Edwards, triple teaming him until Richards went to intervene. Edwards tried to make a tag, but of course Richards wasn’t there, as he was on the wrong end of a beat-down by the Bro Mans outside the ring.

Edwards hit a hurricanrana on both of the Bro Mans, and then kicked Zema in the head. A ‘hot tag’ was made to Richards, who springboard kicked Jessie.

Ion tried to use the laptop again, but accidentally took out Robbie E in the process.

The Wolves hit Robbie with a power-bomb/backbreaker combo, and headed to the top rope for the double stop combo on Jessie and the 1-2-3.

The Wolves have now retaken the titles they won in March at a TNA live event, but held for only a week, after the Bro Mans victory in a three-way match in Japan.

Check out Thursday's action to see who comes out on top in the must-watch event.

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