Mustafa Ali made his TNA debut this year and he immediately got a shot at Chris Sabin’s X-Division Title at No Surrender. Against all odds, Ali beat Sabin to become the new champion and he would then cut an emotional promo once the cameras stopped rolling.

TNA Wrestling’s No Surrender pay-per-view took place on February 23 at the Alario Center in Westwego, Louisiana. The main event saw Chris Sabin putting up his X-Division Title on the line against Mustafa Ali.

It was a high-octane and action-packed match as both competitors gave it their all to win. In the end, Mustafa Ali showed the world his mettle as he defeated Chris Sabin to become the new X-Division Champion.

Following the conclusion of the No Surrender pay-per-view, Mustafa Ali addressed the crowd and stated that it was his first major title win in two decades and noted how it was a pleasure for him to compete in a TNA ring. He added that the TNA locker room is the best he has ever experienced in his career.

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“This marks my initial major championship in two decades. Regardless of your feelings towards me, it’s been a pleasure and an honor competing in a TNA ring. Having wrestled globally against top competitors, the locker room tonight in front of you stands out as the best I’ve ever experienced. Thank you, good night, and always remember – in Ali, we trust.”

Fans are certainly happy to see Mustafa Ali finally become a proper champion after so long. We will have to wait and see how he will be booked in the coming months, as Ali is truly here to stay in TNA Wrestling.

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Subhojeet Mukherjee

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