With the change from Impact to TNA in 2024, new title belt designs will be unveiled. First up is the X-Division Championship. TNA president Scott D’Amore presented the fresh strap to Chris Sabin.
.@ScottDAmore presents @SuperChrisSabin with the brand new TNA X-Division Championship.— TNA Wrestling (@IMPACTWRESTLING) January 7, 2024
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Here’s another look with the TNA X-Division Championship held by Sabin.
Compare that TNA design to the previous Impact design.
Sabin is a ten-time X-Division champion. His first title win came at 21 years of age, and his tenth time was at the age of 41. The Motor City Machine Gun’s current reign stands at 119 days and counting. With so many reigns, it stands to reason that Sabin is at the top of the charts for cumulative total days with 587 and counting. Second place for number of X-Division title wins is a tie between AJ Styles, Austin Aries, and Jay Lethal at six apiece. Trey Miguel is in second place for combined days at 385 with only two title reigns.
Sabin will defend the new title in a three-way against Kushida and Hijo del Vikingo at Hard to Kill on January 13.
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