At the end of Slammiversary, TNA announced in a commercial that Destination X will have an X-Division title match, an Ultimate X match and the six-sided ring, as well as past X-Division stars returning.
The word is that the company is looking for older names, such as Senshi/Low Ki, to bring back as a one-shot deal for the show. This is similar to what they did at HardCORE Justice w/ ex-ECW talents.
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