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This Week in TNA: Bound For Glory 2012

By Corey Letson Oct 17, 2012 - 12:10 PM print


Card for tonight’s TNA: Bound For Glory

Austin Aries vs. Jeff Hardy for the TNA World Championship
Sting and Bully Ray vs. Aces and Eights
Christopher Daniels and Kazarian vs. Kurt Angle and AJ Styles vs. Hernandez and Chavo Guerrero for the TNA Tag Team Championships
Bobby Roode vs. James Storm in a Street Fight
Zema Ion vs. Rob Van Dam for the X-Division Championship
Ms. Tessmacher vs. Tara for the TNA Knockouts Championship

Predictions:

Austin Aries vs. Jeff Hardy - I’d love to see what happens with a continual Austin Aries title run. It won’t happen though. Jeff Hardy has been on the path to win this title through the Bound for Glory tournament. This match should be pretty great. Austin Aries has been on his game all year and Jeff is the best wrestler around this year.

Sting and Bully Ray vs. Aces and Eights - Aces and Eighs win when it is revealed that Bully Ray is the leader behind the entire group. Even if he isn’t Aces and Eights must win.

Daniels and Kaz vs. Styles and Angle vs. Chavo and Hernandez - We’ve reached the end of the Kaz/Daniels title reign. Chavo finally gets some gold and him and Hernandez have something to do.

Bobby Roode vs. James Storm - James Storm recaptures his glory from last year with one solid win here. Granted, this should probably be for the world title and James Storm should’ve won the BfG series, whatever, Storm all over this one.

Zema Ion vs. RVD - While TNA wants Sorenson/Ion whenever he is recovered I don’t see RVD losing to someone like Ion. New X-Division champion. Woo?

Ms Tessmacher vs. Tara - Tara’s new boyfriend wins her the match.

Al Snow vs. Joey Ryan - I see no reason why they’d do this match if Joey Ryan loses. He wins. No questions asked.

Biigest Prediction: Every title changes hands at Bound for Glory

Weakest Predicition: Bully Ray runs Aces and Eights

AND HERE…WE..GO!

TNA have amazing opening video packages when they want to. They also want to almost every single month. Really great look back at all Bound For Glory moments and what wrestlers think of them.

#TNABFG

Rob Van Dam vs. Zema Ion for the X-Division Championship

Both men start off with some chain wrestling. It doesn’t last long as RVD gets full control off of it. The action then heats up quickly with RVD landing multiple kicks sending the champion to the outside. He backs off to get his wits about him before heading back into the contest.
Zema Ion uses his own skill to take control with a dropkick to the knee. He quickly follows it up with a corkscrew splash for a count of two. The Playboy gets cocky and mocks The Whole F’n Show. That was not a smart move for the new kid on the block. RVD sends him to the outside with one giant springboard kick.
Ion comes back into the ring with a decussating DDT that spikes Van Dam right into the mat. It’s almost a three. Ion is in full control. Mr. 420 almost gets the upper hand until he is tossed to the outside from the top rope. Zema Ion follows it up with a flipping senton to the outside.
The crowd is vehemently against Zema Ion tonight. That has yet to affect the champ. He has Van Dam at every single step. RVD goes for a monkey flip, but Ion makes him taste the buckle instead. Zema continues to add the hurt with a HUGE front dropkick from the top rope. The Premadonna locks in an abdominal stretch to slow this contest down.
RVD fights out of the maneuver and kicks it into high gear. The ex-champ uses a flapjack dropkick combo. He follows that with Rolling Thunder. Seconds later, this contest is over with the 5-Star Frogsplash.

Winner and NEW X-Division Champion: Rob Van Dam

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy: 100% (1 for 1)

Jeremy Borash is in the back (take a shot). Up next is the world television championship match. Magnus has a tweet for him. Is this the most important match of his career? Biggest night for anyone here. Mag-Daddy will be the television champion. Brutus is free tonight. Joe can’t hide anymore.

Brutus Magnus vs. Samoa Joe for the Television Championship

“Joe’s gonna kill you!” -TNA Fans

I forgot about this match. Crazy.

Again, this contest starts off with some light chain wrestling. Magnus then backs joe into the corner but, surprisingly, breaks clean. Joe doesn’t care to much. Magnus is put in the corner and takes a side kick to the face. Samoa Joe follows it up with multiple punches to the face.
Joe stalls for too long allowing Magnus to get in a cheap shot and take control. Joe tries to get the advantage back, but is the victim of a quick clothesline. Brutus won’t let Joe rest for a second. The challenger uses a high knee before going at the Samoan with big strikes. Joe begins to comeback until he is put down with a Falcon Arrow. This gets Magnus a two-count.
Things finally start to go Joe’s way with a misstep by Magnus. Joe lands a big inverted atomic drop. The follow-up kick-senton combo is classic Joe. Welcome to 2005 Samoa Joe, Brutus. Powerbomb, STF, Rings of Saturn. Magnus can barely reach the ropes at all.
Magnus rakes the eyes as Joe goes for the Muscle Buster. Joe ascends the turnbuckle. Brutus Magnus fights him off and gets him off the top rope with a huge knee strike. Brutus flies off with an elbow drop that comes with the nearest 2-count. Brutus is furious.
Magnus has done the biggest wrestling mistake of slapping a Samoan in the head. Joe locks in the Rear Naked Choke. Magnus turns it into a pin and Joe releases the hold. Joe goes for the choke again and Magnus breaks it with a jaw breaker. Magnus attempts a Figure Four on the big man but it is turned back into the Rear Naked Choke. Magnus has no choice but to tap out.

Winner and STILL Television Champion: Samoa Joe

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy 100% (1 for 1) PUSH (Honestly, I forgot this match was happening. I would’ve went with Joe but I’m not counting it one way or the other. Sadly, my biggest prediction is null and void now.)

Bobby Roode is with Jeremy Borash. One year this has been building. James and Bobby have always hated each other. King Mo will not stop Bobby Roode from hurting James Storm. The Cowboy has never defeated The Beer. Once The IT Factor wins tonight James Storm will be home FOREVER.

Highlight video chronicling the rise and fall of Beer Money.

James Storm vs. Bobby Roode in a Street Fight w/ King Mo as Special Enforcer

Both men stand face-to-face for a few moments. It begins with Beer Money trading blows. James Storm gets the upper hand early. He throws Robert Roode over his shoulder with a BIG BACK BODY DROP! Roode is pulled to the outside. He takes a giant boot to the face for his trouble. King Mo ventures over to the men cautiously.
James Storm begins throwing Bobby Roode around the ring area. Bobby Roode creates some distance, but he is then distracted by King Mo. James Storm returns with a big clothesline before staring down King Mo himself. The IT Factor is thrown into a chair. He feels the guardrail after a Russian Leg Sweep into it. Storm tries to use Eye of the Storm through a table but Bobby Roode slips out.
The longest reigning TNA Champion ever begins to take control with a slingshot into the turnbuckle post. Storm is bleeding badly. Bobby Roode throws some weapons into the ring. He then takes a chair to The Cowboy’s back. The crowd wants tables. Bobby Roode wants a Kendo Stick. The champion takes time to set a chair up in the corner.
James Storm gets enough time to grab the Kendo Stick and use it on the old champion. Bobby Roode takes multiple shots by the Kendo Stick before taking a very solid shot to the testicles. Bobby Roode is in a world of hurt. He separates himself momentarily to gather his wits.
James Storm is bleeding profusely. The Cowboy goes all Viper on The IT Factor with the ring apron and ring ropes. James Storm then uses a fan’s crutch to knock some sense into Bobby Roode. Both men then trade trashcan lid shots until Bobby Roode goes down hard.
James Storm’s face is entirely blood red. It is dripping off of him super fast. Bobby Roode’s body is covered in Storm’s blood. The Cowboy runs on the apron toward Roode and gets a Spinebuster for his trouble. Roode’s advantage doesn’t last too long as James Storm drinks a fan’s beer turning it blood red.
The two men make their way to the announce tables. They fight each other off and both men go flying through the timekeeper’s table.
Bobby Roode gets in the face of Earl Hebner forcing King Mo’s hand. The IT Factor is shoved back into a Codebreaker from Storm. The Cowboy follows up with a Last Call Superkick but only gets TWO.  Storm lines up for another one, but Bobby Roode sends James Storm into the chair between the ropes. Roode is flabbergasted that didn’t work.
Storm is set up on the top rope. Bobby Roode pulls a chair out and slams the Cowboy in the back. He goes back under the ring to find a bag of thumbtacks. Bobby Roode spreads them out across the ring. Storm begins to fight Roode off and sends him off the top rope through the tacks. Storm follows it up with a flying elbow drop. Bobby Roode kicks out at TWO.
Roode uses a lowblow to get away from The Cowboy. He stumbles out of the ring to grab a six-pack of beer. Bobby takes far too long only to receive a low blow of his own. The Cowboy uses a beer bottle to knock Bobby Roode out. The IT Factor is pulled to his feet. Last Call Superkick. 1 2 3!!!!!!!

Winner: James Storm

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy: 2 for 2 (100%)

Jeremy Borash is in the back (take a shot). He is with Joey Ryan. Ryan should’ve gotten a contract instead of Gut Check anyways. He still went through with it. 87% of people loved him online. He was trending on Twitter. Taz told him No. How asinine? It doesn’t matter. Al Snow loses tonight and Joey Ryan becomes a full-time employee. Joey Ryan is bringing sleazy back tonight. #JoeyRyan #BringingSleazyBack

Joey Ryan vs. Al Snow

“We want Head.” -TNA Fans

Joey Ryan doesn’t want to lock up all that much. Al Snow decides to take the bottom position and straight wrestle Ryan. Snow breaks out of the waist lock forcing Ryan to back into the corner. Al Snow backs away from his attack and again takes the bottom position. Joey Ryan goes in for a cheap shot, but Al Snow sees it coming a mile away.
None of Joey’s tricks are working. Al Snow stops all of them. He keeps Ryan from slapping him. He stops Ryan from cheap shotting him in the corner. Joey Ryan can’t even poke him in the eyes. Al Snow will not let this rookie take any shot on him at all. Al just, straight up, takes Joey Ryan to catch-as-catch-can school.
Ryan’s attempts at cheap shots finally pay off with a hair pull to the ground. Ryan quickly capitalizes with multiple punches and kicks. Snow kicks out at one. Ryan doesn’t hesitate continuing his assault. Punches and kicks continue to take their toll on Al Snow. Joey Ryan has him right where he wants Mr. Head.
That is until Snow connects with one giant back elbow. Snow goes back into the groove of things.Mutliple head butts to the chest are followed by a chest hair rip. Seconds later Al Snow is amazed Joey Ryan kicked out of a successful Snowplow.
Al Snow goes out in search of Head. He gets it under the ring. The referee won’t allow him to use Head. Joey Ryan then sends Al Snow and Head into the referee. Snow is then sent outside. Joey Ryan makes out with Head in the ring. Ryan goes for a baseball slide but is caught by Snow.
Al Snow runs over to get Head again. Matt Morgan comes from out of nowhere with a Carbon Footprint knocking Al Snow out. Joey Ryan slides into the ring and covers Al Snow for the win. Matt Morgan and Joey Ryan shake hands in the middle of the ring.

Winner: Joey Ryan

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy: 100% (3 for 3)

Jeremy Borash is in the back (another shot). He is with the world tag team champions of the world. Troglodytes on Twitter won’t be cared about. Why do people consider them a bad influence? Not bad meaning bad but bad meaning good. Ladies wanna see them and fellas wanna be them. Green with envy just like these appletinis, light on the tini. Physical crimes were committed against them just a week ago. The World Champions of the World will eat their opponents alive and drink them down with appletinis.

Interesting highlight video for the tag team title match. Focusing on each person themselves.

Christopher Daniels and Kazarian vs. AJ Styles and Kurt Angle vs. Hernandez and Chavo Guerrero for the TNA Tag Team Championships

Chavo Gurrero and AJ Styles start this contest off. The Champions are talking with Taz and Tenay about their awesome new tights. Chavo and AJ strategically keep trading headlocks with quick counters. AJ puts down Chavo with a shoulder block. He then tags his partner Kurt into the match.
Angle begins his time in this match with boots in the corner. Chavo tries to fight out with an uppercut, but Kurt goes right to the eyes. Angle puts down Chavo with a slam and Christopher Daniels tags himself in. Kurt doesn’t like that. Angle attacks Daniels and sends him into the corner to be tagged by AJ Styles.
Chavo quickly gets out of the ring bringing in Hernandez. SuperMex throws Styles around like a rag doll. LAX then quickly tag each other in using quick tag combination. Hernandez gets a quick two off the first prinfall attempt. Kazarian tags himself in.
Angle comes in right after the tag as well. Angle uses the same suplex Hernandez used on AJ on Kazarian. After a brief amount of time Angle tags out to Chavo. Kerwin White uses a few hard strikes in the corner before LAX go back to their quick tag strategy. Hernandez and Chavo keep going back and forth taking control.
Daniels finally gets a tag, but he rushes Chavo into the corner that allows AJ to tag in. AJ goes to the ground momentarily, but he uses a head scissors from the ground to put Daniels in the corner. The Fallen Angel moves away from a corner attack and Kazarian nails AJ from behind. The tag champs are now firmly in control.
They cut AJ of finto their corner. The champs then use some nice combinations to put a massive hurt on AJ Styles. AJ is locked into a full nelson to keep him down on the mat. Styles breaks free and goes into the corner. Kazarian attempts a monkey flip but AJ lands on his feet. He almost falls into LAX’s corner but keeps himself from being tagged out. Kaz takes a Pele.
Daniels and Kurt are tagged in at the same time. Kurt Angle goes crazy on every single opponent in the match. He takes out LAX. Daniels is thrown outside. Kazarian is given six German Suplexes. Kazarian is then suplexed into his own partner. Chavo Guerrero breaks up the pin.
Kurt takes care of AJ. He then takes a DDT from Kazarian, who takes a Pounce from Hernandez. AJ lays out Hernandez using a body splash. Daniels takes control with a big STO. SuperMex flies out onto Daniels on the outside. Kaszarian then does a Hurricanrana to SuperMex on the apron to the outside. Kazarian might have seriously screwed up his shoulder.
Chavo Guerrero gets taken out in the ring. AJ Styles does a double springboard landing a Swanton to all men sitting on the outside. Kurt is brought into the ring with the Three Amigos. Angle breaks away using a suplex of his own. SuperMex tries a Border Toss but Styles tags in and both men throw SuperMex out with a huge Suplex. The Tag champs throw Angle out of the ring.
Daniels goes for the BME but can only get a two count. Kazarian tries to stop Chavo. He dives to the outside ontop of Kazarian. AJ breaks out of the Angel’s Wings. Styles follows it up with a flipping reverse DDT. Styles is thrown out of the ring and Hernandez tags himself in. Border Toss, Frog Splash 1, 2, 3!!!

Winners and NEW TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS: Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy: 4 for 4 (100%)

Highlight video for Tara and Ms. Tessmacher.

Tara vs. Ms Tessmacher for the TNA Knockouts Championship

The match begins with Tessmacher going for two quick pinfall attempts. She then grinds her crotch into Tara’s face. Yes, she actually tries to…taco wrap her? I don’t even know. Tessmacher goes for another pinfall attempt before Tara goes out to the ringside area to regroup.
Upon reentering the ring Tara gets the advantage by shoving the referee into the champion. Victoria keeps the attack up using a baseball slide. She follows it up by slamming Tessmacher’s face into the ring apron. This match is now all Tara. The referee can barely keep control as she keeps choking the champion in various ways.
Tara is just humiliating the champing by slamming her face into the mat multiple times. Taz admit’s the referee isn’t doing a good job, but she is hot, so whatever. Yeah, actually commentary during this match. Brooke Tessmacher desperately puts down Tara with a big slam.
Both women battle back and forth trying to stand up. Ms Tessmacher gets the upper hand using clotheslines and a quick slam. She then follows it with some sort of Sidewinder-esk move. Tessmacher impresses six people in the crowd with a top rope Hurricanrana. The Champ tries a Russian Leg Sweep, but the challenger hangs onto the ropes.
Tessmacher is placed on the top rope. She fights off her challenger. Tessmacher misses an elbow drop from the top rope. Widow’s Peak. This contest is over.

Winner and NEW KNOCKOUT CHAMPION: Tara

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy: 5 for 5 (100%)

Tara has been so inspired lately. She did it for her sweet, sexy, handsome, Hollywood boyfriend. He was on TMZ. She wants to tell her Boo she loves him. Everybody say hello to Tara’s boyfriend. Jesse from Big Brother. Who? Is this Sid Vicious’ son? Time for me to call Guttman and figure this out.

“Who are you?” -TNA Fans

Look back at the TNA Hall of Fame ceremony. Only one person was honored, but multiple people inducted him.

Aces and Eights vs. TNA highlight package. Again, when TNA wants to do these right they can. The story might be dumb, but the packages are just so damn crisp.

Sting and Bully Ray vs. Aces and Eights

A&E bring Joseph Park to ringside and handcuff him to the guardrail. Bully Ray’s face is painted but not his calves. Kind of disappointed. Awesome looking though.

Sting and Bully Ray split up and begin throwing A&E around the ringside area. This match is going to be a little hard to even check in with. Both groups are separated and the camera can’t keep track. Bully and Sting continue to throw their opponents all around the ringside area.

“We Want Tables!” -TNA Fans

A&E use the distraction from the TNA fans to take control of this contest. Bully Ray is thrown into the stairs. Sting misses a Stinger Splash and both men start to work over the Sheriff. Somehow this has now turned into a normal tag contest, Both teams have set men in the corners and are now doing proper tags.
Sting is still at the mercy of A&E. Sting takes a big clothesline that only gets a two count. Sting is then the victim of a huge big boot. The two gigantic men take turns putting the boots to Sting and slamming him down hard.
He finally gets a bit of an advantage when he locks in the Scorpion Death Lock on one member. The other quickly comes in to stop the attack. This can’t stop just how badly Sting wants to win. The Stinger lands a Scorpion Death Drop out of nowhere.
Bully Ray gets the tag and has taken full control of this contest. Ray uses a big shoulder block from the top rope to take out one man. Both members try to get the advantage but Ray takes them both down. He only gets a two count off of the pin. This has broken down again.
Sting and one member are on the outside while Bully Ray is fighting another in the ring with a chair. Just as Bully Ray is about to use a chair a third member of A&E comes out to take out Bully Ray. The third member then spits in the face of Joseph Park. Joey flips out, breaks free of his handcuffs, and beats the ever living hell out of the third member who ran in.
A&E get control in the ring as Sting and Bully are distracted by the Joseph Park assbeating going on at the ramp way. Sting and Bully Ray land the Doomsday Device. AWESOME! Best finisher ever. Bully Ray and Sting then do follow-up Stinger Splashes. BULLY, GET THE TABLES!!!!!
Bully Ray sets a table up in the middle of the ring. One member pulls Sting out of the ring and into the guardrail. Another member slides in from the crowd and knocks Bully Ray out with a flapjack. He then choke slams Bully Ray through the table. Three seconds later we’re done.

Winners: Aces and Eights

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy: 6 for 6 (100%)

More members of Aces and Eights make their way into the ring and begin beting down Sting and Bully Ray. Hulk Hogan starts to make his way down to the ring. He then takes out four members of A&E with 4 punches. One man is left in the ring. He attempts to punch Hogan but he isn’t having any of it. Hogan lands three punches and uses a big boot to lay him out.

Hogan removes the mask and it’s Devon? WHAT THE HELL? Devon is the leader of Aces and Eights. Wow. Wait, what? Why give up the Television title then? There are a lot of questions and logic gaps to be had there actually. It at least explains screwing Bully out of the TNA World Title shot.

Jeremy Borash is in the back (NOW YOU’RE REALLY F’N DRUNK). Jeremy is with Austin Aries. Yep. That is right. Is there a question? If Austin talks then people don’t like what he says. Jeff has to go through Austin Aries for the title. It isn’t something he can do. Especially when Austin Aries fights with anger. This isn’t Jeff’s redemption song. This is another melody in the rise of The Greatest Man That Ever Lived.

Highlight package showing Jeff’s rise from the brink of career suicide and Austin Aries year long domination.

Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Aries for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship

Jeremy Borash with the pre-match introductions.

Both men lock up in the corner as the crowd chants Austin Aries to defining heights. Jeff Hardy pie-faces Austin out of the corner. Aries retaliates with a quick takedown and complete ground domination. Jeff Hardy can’t get away from the holds and counter holds of Austin Aries. Hardy slaps Austin in the face to get Aries off of him.
Jeff backs Austin into the corner and this time Austin shoves Jeff. The Charismatic Enigma begins throwing the world champion all over the ring. Multiple turnbuckles are hit with Aries’ head. The champ isn’t going to take this for too long and puts Hardy back on the ground with a headlock takedown. Hardy puts him in place with a head scissors that Austin escapes.
Jeff quickly attacks in the corner with tons of kicks to the head. Jeff uses a shoulder block and attempts a senton roll-up but Aries rolls through with a dropkick. The champion is in control and the crowd is enjoying it. He jumps over the top rope with a big axe handle on Hardy. A Double then does a victory lap around the ring before rewinding the victory lap.
Jeff Hardy loses his cool when Austin Aries lays himself on the top turnbuckle to act like Jeff is no big deal. Jeff kicks the ropes into Austin’s groin as he enters the ring. Hardy then uses a brain buster for a small two count. Jeff begins to mock the world champion once he takes him to the outside.
Austin Aries is turned upside down while being sent into the steel ring steps. Jeff breaks the count. He then flies at Austin with some Poetry in Motion. Jeff Hardy has finally taken definitive control of this championship contest. The challenger goes for a pin and gets a two count. Jeff is sent into the corner by Austin and goes for Whisper in the Wind but misses. Austin Aries now has his opening.
The World Champion lands a big elbow drop for two. The crowd has come alive in support of the champion. He grounds his opponent with knees and punches. Jeff makes it to his feet, but Austin quickly works him into the corner. Austin makes a small mistake when he throws Jeff into the opposite corner then runs into a few feet. He recovers in time to stop Jeff from going for a top rope maneuver.
Austin begins to stretch Jeff Hardy to wear him out and keep him grounded. He transitions it into a 2-count pinfall attempt. The crowd is now split. Austin doesn’t know what to make of it. He just keeps Hardy tucked away in the corner. The champ lands one big dropkick to the head of Hardy for another two count.
The Greatest Man That Ever Lived thinks it is time to end this. He attempts a brain buster. Hardy blocks, and counters, using a front suplex. This doesn’t do quite enough damage to Austin. The champ gets back on top in a short amount of time using a diving corkscrew splash for two. Hardy then stops Austin from using the Horns of Aries by grabbing hold of his leg.
Jeff comes to his feet using a big boot to daze Aries. The challenger then uses a huge Alley-Oop to throw Aries behind him. The champ now seems to be at the will of The Enigma. Hardy catches a boot but then catches Austin with an inverted atomic drop. Hardy’s Leg drop/drop kick combination lands for two.
Aries is taken corner to corner before Hardy knocks him down and out with Whisper in the Wind. Austin somehow kicks out at two. Hardy sends the champ to the outside before Mule Kicking him to push him back. Hardy slingshots himself with a plancha and the champ moves.
Aries quickly flies off the ropes with a Heat Seeking Missile onto Hardy. Aries has no problem taking a count out win. Jeff begins to stir. Austin Aries decides to use another Heat Seeking Missile. The champ rolls Hardy into the ring for a two count. Austin Aries has begun trickling blood. Knees to the head of Hardy and the world champion has locked in the Horns of Aries. Jeff gets his feet on the ropes.
Jeff is sent onto the entrance ramp. Aries hooks Jeff but can’t connect with the Brainbuster. Jeff tries a Twist of Fate but Aries counters with a big clothesline. He then slams Jeff’s head against the lip of the entrance ramp. That could be legitimately bad for Jeff.
Austin lands a big Missile Dropkick from the top rope but then takes a dropkick of his own running into the corner. The two men trade big blows until Hardy connects with the Twist of Fate. Jeff only gets a two count. He climbs to the top rope for the Swanton. The Champion crotches Hardy on the top rope. A Double follows the challenger up to the top and uses a Jumping Hurricanarana off the top rope on Hardy. Running Dropkick, Brainbuster, and HARDY KICKS OUT!
Aries just can’t believe it. The crowd is irate. Jeff is set on top rope. Austin misses the double foot stomp. He goes back at Hardy and takes two Twist of Fates. Hardy lands the Swanton Bomb. JEFF HARDY WINS!!!!!

Winner and NEW WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION: JEFF HARDY

Corey’s Prediction Accuracy: 7 for 7 (100%)


Match of the Night: Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Aries

These two went out and showed why they are TNA’s best talents. If they weren’t before, they showed why they should be considered the best. The crowd was into the entire match. They were fully behind Aries and that gave this a very interesting twist. Jeff Hardy was on a tear as was Austin Aries. The Champion and Challenger gave it all they could to make that a TNA Bound For Glory main event.

Surprise of the Night  - The Aces and Eights Singular Reveal

Does it have its flaws? Yes. Are there like 50 questions added? Yes. Will it turn out well? Who knows. Truthfully I think we were all just surprised that it wasn’t Bischoff, Jarrett, or even Bully Ray. The fact that we all went to “Bully will be the guy” made it interesting it turned out he wasn’t. I just have one big question. Where does Bully Ray go from here? Seriously. He can’t be a face. It just wouldn’t work. Personal opinion.

Also, whatever happened to trying to find Abyss?


Overall:

Solid show. Best of the year? I dunno. TNA really outdid themselves earlier this year with show quality. It was definitely solid and I could see people pressing for best show of the year. It’s easily one of the best this year. TNA has the market on "best PPVs of the year" regardless of what anyone else says. Hell, very few people have probably even seen all the TNA PPVs this year to comment. Every match was basically solid and the ones that weren’t of too much importance (Tara/Brooke, Joe/Magnus, RVD/Ion) didn’t last so long we were bored. They went to a time that fit them well. The show really flew by just due to pacing and overall quality. That is a huge plus nowadays when things tend to feel drawn out and bogged down by improper timing and placement.

I should’ve remembered Joe/Magnus and then I would’ve had my first ever 100% on every single called match. I still did it, but the push kills the perfection. I’ve saddened myself.



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