Devon wins TV title from Samoa Joe on TNA Impact

ImpactWrestling.com

One problem TNA has had booking its invading Aces and 8s stable is a lack of credibility for those within the group. They took a step toward correcting that tonight (Dec. 6, 2012) by having Devon win the TV title from Samoa Joe.

Now this is how you establish some credibility for a heel stable.

One of the biggest issues with the Aces and 8s group that has invaded TNA has been its relative lack of both star power and credibility. There's no way for the promotion to truly fix the former but the latter can easily be rectified by simply allowing individual members to go over on established members of the TNA roster.

If a belt is on the line, that just makes it that much better.

That's what happened on Impact Wrestling tonight (Dec. 6, 2012) in Orlando, as Devon used a distraction from a cute blond to pin Samoa Joe and win the TV title he had previously vacated.

Is Aces and 8s suddenly a supergroup because of this? They certainly are not, but at least they've got some gold to get themselves over with. That's not to say it will work but it's a step in the right direction.

For complete results and the running live blog from Impact tonight click here.

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