Two Title Changes, Unification Take Place At Impact Wrestling Sacrifice

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Impact Wrestling Sacrifice saw a few changes to the promotion's championship picture, after two titles changed hands, and a championship unification was realized.

In a battle for the X Division title, Ace Austin defeated champion TJP to capture the belt, pinning TJP after hitting The Fold.

The victory marks Austin's second reign with the title. TJP had held the championship since December 12.

In addition, The Good Brothers are no longer Impact's Tag Team champions, dropping the belts to Juice Robinson and David Finlay. The finish came when Robinson avoided Karl Anderson's Gun Stun, and he and Finlay hit a series of combo moves before finishing with the Doomsday Device.

Robinson and Finlay are both still affiliated with New Japan Pro Wrestling, despite debuting for Impact in February.

Anderson and Doc Gallows had reigned with the titles since November 14.

In the evening's main event, Impact World champion Rich Swann defeated TNA World champion Moose to unify the two belts. Swann maneuvered Moose into a crucifix pin to earn the victory.

With the win, Swann will go to face AEW World champion Kenny Omega on April 24 at Impact Wrestling's Rebellion, in a title for title match.

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