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#3. X-Factor of the Impact Wrestling X-Division for TJP
Coming into WWE with the reputation of being the youngest veteran of the indies, TJP leaves the company with the reputation of being difficult to deal with. It's hard to say if this is true or not as TJP has had great longevity with a couple of companies.
On top of this list is surely Ring of Honor and Impact Wrestling. It's highly likely the former comes calling, considerably stocking the roster after the ELITE's departure. Yet, considering TJP's special set of skills, he might do well to build a place in a not-so-competitive indie scene.
Impact Wrestling, who is smarting from a few early losses this year and the promotion of Brian Cage to the main event, should snatch up the former Manik as a staple of their X-Division. He is a perfect fit for the regular style of the division with no limits.
TJP tangling with former 205 Live rival Rich Swann, or finally letting loose after years in the purple wilderness against hosses such as The Mack and Sami Callihan, would be a smooth addition to a growing/changing roster.