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Josh Alexander breaks the record as the longest reigning IMPACT world champion


Josh Alexander rides high with accolades. Last week, he won three Impact Awards for his work in 2022. This week, he broke the record for longest reigning Impact World Champion.

Alexander earned the honors on January 4, recording a record 257 days in the World Impact Championship. Walking gun passed Bobby Roode at 256 days. The rest of the top five includes AJ Styles at 211 days, Johnny Impact (aka John Morrison) at 196 days, and Sting at 189 days.

Alexander credits his work ethic and heart for setting him apart from the pack. He even wears a new jersey to celebrate the achievement.

Alexander clipped Moss, Tomohiro Ishii, Eric Young, Joe Doering, Alex Shelley, Eddie Edwards, Bobby Fish, Frankie Kazarian and “Speedball” Mike Bailey along the way. Multiply the numbers’ effect Transfer“Alexander had a total of 4 hours and 16 minutes in World Title matches at IMPACT in 2022, with an average length of a World Title match of 25 minutes and 37 seconds.”

Impact paid their respects to their best man with a video package during Thursday night’s episode of Impact wrestling.

Alexander’s next world title defense will be against Bully Ray at Full Metal Mayhem Hard to kill On January 13th.

Where would you place Josh Alexander on the list of the best Impact World Champions? Who would you like to see as Alexander’s rival in the future?




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