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TNA Bound For Glory 2013
Bound For Glory opens with an elaborate video package focusing on the possible exit of AJ Styles from TNA. The video switches to focus on Bully Ray’s recent destruction. From there, we head inside the arena and Mike Tenay and Taz welcome us to the biggest show of the year for TNA.
Ultimate X Match
-Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Aries vs. Chris Sabin vs. Samoa Joe vs. Manik
As soon as the match begins, Sabin immediately climbs to the top. All the guys notice this and he backs off and heads to the floor. He yanks Aries out of the ring while everyone else fights on the inside. Aries slams Sabin’s head into the steel structure on the outside. Everyone else follows to the outside and brawls while Sabin and Manik head back into the ring. Sabin catches Manik in the tree of woe and stomps on his crotch. Joe pulls Sabin down and hits him with a nasty series of right hands. Joe sends Sabin in the corner and follows with a splash enzugiri combo. Joe hits the snap mare and chops his back before kicking his chest. Joe runs right into a springboard dropkick from Manik. Aries and Hardy climb up the structure while Manik mounts Sabin with punches in the corner. Aries tries to scale the ropes, but Hardy pulls him down and Manik tosses him to the outside. Manik hits a double hurricanrana on Hardy and Sabin before locking in the octopus, then a modified sharpshooter on Sabin. Aries comes in, breaks it up, and hits a kneebreaker belly to back suplex combination. Aries goes back up but Hardy yanks him down and hits a backwards powerbomb style move that results in Aries landing face-first.
Hardy goes out to the floor and pulls out a ladder. Joe runs after him and flies through the ropes, crashing into Hardy on the floor. Joe picks up the ladder, but is caught with a baseball slide from Sabin. Manik hits Sabin with a dropkick out to the apron. Aries heads to the top and dives to the outside to take out Joe and Manik. Aries heads into the ring and props himself up lazily in the corner, posing, before heading back up to the ropes. Manik slides in and pulls Aries down to the mat. Aries and Manik trade uppercuts, and Manik backs Aries into the corner. Manik catches Aries with a boot, then hits Sabin with both boots. Sabin tosses Manik into a hurricanrana on Aries. Manik hits a springboard hurricanrana, taking Sabin and himself over the top rope to the outside. Joe punches away at Aries in the corner, taking him down to the mat. Joe seats Aries on the top turnbuckle and tries for the musclebuster, but Aries counters into a sloppy crucifix bomb. Aries hits Hardy with the corner dropkick, then hits Joe with the same move. Aries hits Hardy with another dropkick, then does the same to Joe. Aries tries for the brainbuster on Joe, but Joe counters into a rear naked choke. Joe swings Aries around before tossing him across the ring. Manik goes for the ropes, but Joe grabs his legs and yanks him down into an atomic drop before hitting a big boot and senton splash.
Sabin tosses Hardy into the corner, and Hardy kicks Sabin away, then hits the whisper in the wind. Hardy rolls to the outside, and goes back for the ladder, bringing it into the ring. Hardy sets the ladder up under the belt, and climbs, but Joe is up on the other side, and he slams Hardy’s face into the ladder to knock him off. Aries knocks Joe off the ladder with a top rope dropkick. Manik springboards and catches the ropes and Aries climbs the ladder. Aries and Manik meet in the middle, but Sabin tips over the ladder and sends both men crashing into the ropes. Sabin picks up Hardy and shoulders him, tossing him out in a front slam. Sabin poses before trying for a superkick. Hardy blocks it and counters into a twist of fate, sending Sabin from the ring. Sabin is telling Velvet to get into the ring and stop Hardy. She doesn’t want to. Sabin simply throws her into the ring himself. Sky stands up and Hardy turns around and sees her. While he’s distracted, Sabin is on the opposite side of the ladder beginning his climb. Hardy finally notices, attempts to climb the ladder himself, but it’s too late. Sabin has the belt. Hardy had a hand on it as well, but Sabin blasted Hardy with belt and Hardy went crashing down to the canvas. Sabin wins.
Winner and NEW TNA X-Division Champion: Chris Sabin
In-Ring Segment: Abyss Returns!
Christopher Daniels and Kazarian, who lost during the pre-show Gauntlet Match, are coming out to the ring. Kaz has a mic and he says not since the premiere of Brokeback Mountain have two men been screwed more than Bad Influence. The fact that they aren’t wrestling for the titles is an embarrassment, not only to TNA, but to them, the best tag team in the business, and to each and every one of the turds in attendance. Daniels says this is Bound for Glory, the PPV that is supposed to celebrate that which is TNA, and despite the fact that TNA has treated them like the step-children of the company, they are TNA. They are the best tag team this company has ever seen, and Daniels knows a way that TNA can make it up to them. Fact: tonight, Bad Influence beat Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez. Fact: Eric Young and Joe Pancake aren’t a tag team, but a fisherman and a lawyer, so their win shouldn’t count. And third, the company like to throw curveballs and throw people into the match at the last minute, and based on their pristine record, Bad Influence should be added to the card tonight. They are interrupted by Eric Young who makes his way to the ring wearing trunks and a backwards baseball cap. Young tells BI that he’s not a trouble maker. He doesn’t feel bad, he doesn’t want a match, he’s already beaten them once tonight. Young says he’s here on official, scientific business. He’s a scientist. BI did something earlier, they created a monster. Everyone here and EY know, and BI are the only two that don’t realize that they should run. Young tells them to run. Daniels shake Young’s hand. As Kaz goes to shake his hand, they attack him instead. This leads to Abyss returning and coming out to the ring. Abyss cleans house, hitting the Blackhole Slam on both Daniels and Kazarian. Young, who is still in the ring, looks worried. Abyss extends his hand and helps Young up. Young smiles as Abyss poses for the fans.
Backstage: James Storm & Gunner
Backstage, we see Jeremy Borash. Borash plugs the Twitter and Facebook stuff and then introduces his guests, the TNA Tag-Team Champions Gunner and James Storm. Gunner says BroMans, who won the pre-show Gauntlet Match, earned their shot tonight. He tells them not to worry about their tan, their gym, their girls or their dancing. He says they aren’t ready for the champs. James Storm then says BroMans were lucky. He tells them he’s sorry about their damn luck.
TNA World Tag-Team Titles
-James Storm & Gunner (c) vs. BroMans
All the guys immediately start brawling to start this match off. Storm and Gunner team up on Robbie before picking up Jesse and throwing him into Robbie. Robbie and Jesse bail, and Gunner backdrops Storm over the top and to the outside, wiping out both men. Storm catches Jesse with a big right hand, then follows up with a giant hip toss. Storm works over the arm before tagging out to Gunner. Gunner hits Kesse with a couple of big clubbing blows and a back elbow for two. Jesse gets caught in the corner with a running knee to the gut that Gunner follows up with a slingshot suplex for two. Gunner takes the fight to Jesse in the corner, chopping away at his chest. Gunner ends up tossed in the corner, but connects with another back elbow and catches Robbie with a right. Jesse pulls Gunner off the ropes and makes the tag to Robbie. BroMans throw Gunner into the corner hard before Robbie mounts Gunner with a series of punches. Robbie and Jesse use quick tags to distract the ref and score quick strikes and cheap shot opportunities. Jesse pulls Gunner to the mat by his hair, tags out to Robbie, and Robbie goes right for the rear chin lock. Gunner tries to connect with the backslide, but Jesse comes in with a dropkick and takes out Gunner.
Robbie E. is taunting Gunner, slapping him around a bit. Gunner fights his way out of their corner and hits a running knee on Robbie. Jesse sends Storm from the corner, and prevents a tag. Robbie drops a knee over Gunner’s throat, and tags back out to Jesse. Jesse comes in with a series of stomps to Gunner’s face, sending him into the corner and following up with a sidewalk slam. Jesse heads up to the middle rope, but he’s stopped by Gunner. Gunner goes up after Jesse and hits a huge fall away slam off the second rope.
Storm sends Robbie into the corner and is backdropped to the apron, but he catches Robbie with a kick to the back of the head. Storm hits a running neckbreaker on Robbie for two. Jesse attacks Storm from behind, and Gunner attacks Jesse. Gunner is double teamed and sent from the ring, and Jesse and Robbie seat Storm on the top turnbuckle. BroMans try for a double superplex, but Gunner takes Robbie away with an electric chair drop, and Storm hits a super-front-plex, launching Jesse on Robbie. The finish comes when the heels throw one of the belts in the ring. Storm gets distracted for a moment, and turns around right into the double-team finisher by BroMans. That’s all she wrote. We have new TNA Tag-Team Champions.
Winners and NEW TNA Tag-Team Champions: BroMans
Kurt Angle Declines TNA Hall Of Fame Induction
In the ring, Jeremy Borash says it’s time to make it official, it’s time to induct Kurt Angle into the TNA Hall Of Fame. To induct Angle, is the only other member of the TNA Hall Of Fame – Sting. Sting comes out and talks about how honored he was to be inducted into the TNA Hall Of Fame. He talks about Angle winning Olympic gold. He brings out Kurt Angle. Angle comes to the ring and the fans chant for him. Angle talks about how much this means to him. Sting tells him he’s been loney in the Hall Of Fame and says it’s time to make things official. Sting hands Angle a box. Angle opens it and it’s a gold watch. Angle hesitates and then begins talking. Angle says he’s going to respectfully decline the induction. He says he’s let his family, friends and peers down. He says he’s going to set a new standard. He says everything he’s accomplished means nothing compared to what he’s going to accomplish in the future. He thanks Sting but says he will join him in the Hall Of Fame when he truly deserves it.
Backstage: Dixie Carter & EC3
Backstage, Ethan Carter III meets up with Dixie Carter. The two recite some kind of weird “Carter saying,” a very egotistical speech that they repeat about how everyone needs them, etc.
TNA Knockouts Title
-Gail Kim vs. Brooke Tessmacher vs. ODB
The match begins and ODB is in control of the offense early on. A minute or so into the match, Brooke has ODB in the corner and she rubs her ass all over her face. Taz talks about how she practices that move at clubs. ODB seconds later hits a bronco buster and continues rubbing that in for a bit. The crowd is pretty dead for this match. Kim throws ODB into the corner, but Brooke hits Kim with a giant pounce that sends her crashing to the outside. Brooke mounts ODB in the corner and hits a huge facebuster out of the corner, planting ODB’s face in the mat. Brooke rips away at ODB’s face in the ropes before crashing down with all her weight on ODB’s back. Brooke hits a couple of crossface clubbing blows, but ODB backs Brooke into the corner to get her off her back. Brooke comes right back, sending ODB to the mat and kicking her back before hitting a big neckbreaker. Brook grabs ODB by the hair then hits another neckbreaker that’s good for a two count. Brooke slams ODB’s face into the mat, but when she hits the ropes, Kim grabs her legs. Kim wraps Brooke’s legs around the ring post and locks in a figure four around the ring post for a bit. Kim breaks the hold and heads into the ring.
Brooke hits Kim with a kick, and ODB runs right into Kim, bouncing her from the ring. Brooke hits ODB with a couple of forearms, but ODB fights right back, shouldering Brooke. Brooke turns it into a roll up for two, but ODB catches Brooke right in a single leg Boston crab. Brooke crawls to the ropes, but ODB sits back. Kim is in the ring and she breaks up the hold. Kim mounts ODB and blasts her with a series of forearms before she heads to the top turnbuckle. Brooke meets her and the top and the two ladies trade right hands. ODB heads up in the corner as well and tries for a double suplex, but Kim and Brooke fight it off and Brooke pushes ODB to the mat. Kim hits ODB with a missile dropkick, and Brooke drops and elbow from the top rope.
ODB recovers and hits her finisher. ODB drops Kim across Brooke. ODB appears to be in position to win, when Lei’D Tapa’s music hits. Out she comes to the top of the stage. ODB sees her. She drinks from her flask and then runs at her. Tapa nails ODB with a big boot. Tapa approaches the ring as Brooke is on the top rope. Brooke leaps out onto the stage attempting to splash Tapa. Tapa catches her and powerbombs her back in the ring. Kim covers her. 1-2-3. We have a new Knockouts Champion. After the match, Tapa and Kim celebrate together.
Winner and NEW TNA Knockouts Champion: Gail Kim
Backstage: BroMans Celebrate
Backstage, Jeremy Borash introduces a new member of the TNA broadcast team. He is with BroMans, who are celebrating their TNA World Tag-Team Championship victory from earlier in the show with the current Mr. Olympia champion.
Bobby Roode vs. Kurt Angle
The bell sounds and both guys exchange a lot of amateur wrestling moves and holds. A dueling “let’s go Kurt, let’s go Roode” chant breaks out. The two lock up and do some more back-and-forth amateur wrestling. Throughout the entire match thus far the announcers have continued debating as to why Angle turned down the Hall Of Fame induction earlier tonight. Angle htis Roode with a few punches. Roode takes Angle to the mat and tries for a running knee, but Angle is able to counter, catches Roode’s ankle. Roode breaks the hold and sends Angle crashing to the outside. Roode invites Angle back into the ring, sitting on the rope and waiting for Angle. When Angle re-enters the ring, Roode takes the fight right to Angle in the corner. Angle scores with a belly to belly suplex, a big clothesline, and a belly to back suplex. Roode goes out to the floor to recover. Angle goes out after him. They brawl a bit before Angle suplexes Roode on the floor.
Angle sends Roode back into the ring and catches him with a shoulder to the gut from the apron. Angle, on the apron, tries to suplex Roode to the outside, but Roode fights it off and snaps Angle’s neck across the top rope. Angle and Roode head back to the outside and Roode lays Angle on the ring apron. Roode hits a couple of elbows to the chest of Angle. Angle hits a big running forearm, the a clothesline. Angle catches Roode with a belly to back suplex, then a second. Roode avoids a third, but runs right into a belly to belly, and then a third belly to back suplex for another two count. Angle waits for Roode to get to his feet, but Roode hits an arm drag and a big spine buster for a near fall of his own. Roode shoulders Angle, but Angle fights out and locks Roode in the ankle lock. Roode kicks Angle away, and Angle charges, but misses and hits the ring post shoulder first. Roode sends Angle to the mat with a single arm DDT. Roode gets Angle in the crossface, trapping his arm at the same time. Angle reaches the ropes and forces a break. Roode stomps Angle, picks him up, and seats him on the top rope. Roode heads up after Angle and he tries for a belly to back superplex. Angle fights it off and sends Roode crashing to the mat.
Angle stands on the top turnbuckle with his back to Roode. Kurt goes for the moonsault, but Roode rolls out of the way and traps Angle in the crossface, trapping the arm again. Angle counters by catching Roode’s ankle and standing, transitioning into a full-on ankle lock. Roode screams in pain and teases tapping out, but he’s able to roll through into another crossface. Angle almost taps out, but is able to turn it into a roll up. Roode counters into a roll up of his own. Roode tries for a backslide, but Angle fights it off, and scores a two count. Both men won’t give up, and both go down to the mat. Angle and Roode are slow to stand, and they tread right hands, with Angle gets a German suplex on Roode, but Roode pulls the ref in a low blows Angle. Roode shoulders Angle into a crazy neckbreaker, but Angle won’t stay down. Roode picks up Angle, but Angle rolls through and catches Roode in the ankle lock again. Roode tries to kick Angle away, but Angle hangs on. Angle grapevines the leg, and Roode is struggling. Roode reaches for the ropes, but he fades. The announcers are talking like he has passed out from the pain. The ref checks Roode’s arm. As it falls down, he grabs the ropes. It looked for a moment there like the referee turned heel and helped Roode, but apparently that is not the case.
After the two get back up, Angle takes Roode to the top rope. Angle hoists Roode up and hits the Angle Slam on him off the top rope. Both guys are down. The referee begins his double-count. The ref gets to the count of nine before Roode gets to his feet. Roode immediately falls right back down on top of Angle. 1-2-3. Roode wins in odd fashion. After the match, Angle remained laid out. The ref and staff check on Angle but he’s lifeless on the mat. They bring out a stretcher. As they go to stretcher him out, he finally pulls himself up and hops off the stretcher. Angle stumbles up the ramp and heads to the back. Very weird stuff.
Winner: Bobby Roode
Backstage: AJ Styles, Aces & 8’s
Backstage, we see AJ Styles alone putting his gloves on and getting ready for battle. In a separate segment, we see Bully Ray talking to some people we can’t see. He talks about how they thought this guy would never trust him again, how this other guy would never be seen again, etc. He says tonight is all about their colors. All about their World Championship. All about their creed. When you ride with the Aces & 8’s, you never ride alone.
Ethan Carter III vs. Norv Fernum
Out comes Ethan Carter III with a big elaborate intro. Out next is his opponent, a very skinny, total jobber-looking dude named Norv Fernum. EC3 dominates the crap out of Fernum throughout the majority of the early going of the match. He’s arm-dragging him and tossing him around like a rag doll. Fernum finally gets in a tad bit of offense, as he lands a few dropkicks on EC3. He lands a high cross body splash on him off the top. EC3 stops Fernum and hits him with a big T-Bone suplex. Tenay asks if Taz signed off on that one. EC3 hits Fernum with his finisher, which is a bad-ass looking face-plant type reverse-DDT sort of move. Pretty cool move. EC3 wins.
Winner: Ethan Carter III
Jeremy Borash is backstage with Magnus. He talks about arriving to the biggest night of his life. He talks about Sting naming him a member of the Main Event Mafia. He says he plans to defeat Sting tonight. He said Sting told him when opportunity knocks, to answer the door. Magnus says tonight he’s knocking on Sting’s door. He talks about how he’s in hostile territory near Sting’s hometown tonight. He says he’s got a date with destiny, and she’s getting impatient.
Magnus vs. Sting
It looks as though Sting is going to wrestle this match in a t-shirt. Magnus shoves Sting in the corner to start things off. Sting clotheslines Magnus to the floor. Sting gets up to the ramp and Magnus holds the ropes for him, hitting him with an immediate short-arm clothesline. Magnus hits Sting with a couple of shoulders to the gut in the corner before hitting hitting him with a couple of knees to the back, and locking Sting in a body scissors. Magnus is able to roll up Sting for two, but Sting rolls back to a seated position. Sting gets out of the hold, and Magnus keeps up the fight, hitting Sting with a couple of blows to the stomach in the corner. Sting retreats across the ring, but Magnus will not let up, continuing to attack Sting in the corner. Sting hits a back body drop, and a couple of rights before clotheslines. Sting traps Magnus in the Scorpion Death Lock, but Magnus fights out of it.
Both guys go for a clotheline, and they both land. Each man is down now in the middle of the ring. Sting hits Magnus, but Magnus mocks Sting with an old-school Sting with an old-school Sting pose, then hits him with a Stinger splash in the corner. Magnus tries for the cloverleaf, but Sting fights it off. Magnus hits a couple of big rights, but Sting shrugs it off and hits his own Stinger splash. Sting locks Magnus in another death lock. Magnus struggles to reach the ropes, but Sting pulls him back to the center of the ring. Magnus makes it to the ropes and forces a break.
Sting goes for another splash, but Magnus hits a giant uppercut and follows it up with a scorpion death drop. Magnus heads to the top and drops the elbow, getting a two count. Magnus heads to the top and goes for another elbow drop, but Sting moves and Magnus crashes to the mat. Sting tries for the scorpion death drop, but Magnus fights it off with a series of back elbows to the face. Sting misses a clothesline, and Magnus locks Sting in the cloverleaf. Sting struggles to get to the ropes to break the hold. He can’t make it. Sting taps out. Magnus wins. After the match, Magnus hit all four corners to celebrate. Sting was trying to congratulate him, but Magnus ignored him. Finally, Sting extends his hand and Magnus quickly shakes it, smiles, and walks off. The announcers put that over as disrespect by Magnus.
Backstage: Bully Ray
Backstage, Jeremy Borash interviews Bully Ray. Ray says AJ reeks of fear. Ray said that AJ told him he has to kill him to win. Ray said that reminds him of a song. He sings a few lyrics. He says he doesn’t want AJ to die. Ray says he wants far worse for him. He wants him to have to live with the fact that he lost to him. He says he wants him to have to drive back to the trailer park in Georgia and look his wife and children in the eyes. He wants him to see the disappointment in their eyes. He wants him to live so little AJ can look up with his redneck eyes and say, “daddy, what happened?” Ray says welcome to his jungle and walks off.
TNA World Heavyweight Title
No Disqualification Rules
-Bully Ray (c) vs. AJ Styles
Jeremy Borash does the long, drawn out introductions for each man. The bell sounds and our main event for the TNA World Heavyweight Title is officially underway. Ray backs Styles into the corner and punks him out. He yells at him and says he can see in his eyes he’s afraid. Ray slams Styles down hard and grills him from across the ring. Ray scoops him up and slams him down again, and then backs into a corner and stares him down some more. Ray nails Styles with a huge short-arm clothesline. Ray gets in Styles face while he’s down in the corner. He again talks about how he knows Styles is afraid of him. Styles finally fires up with a bunch of punches. Styles hits a perfect dropkick on Ray and plays to the crowd. The two get tangled up a bit but ultimately Styles rolls into the calf-killer submission hold.
Garret Bischoff comes to the ring. Styles let go of the hold to go out on the ramp and confront Garret. Back in the ring, Ray has a hammer. Garret backs his way into the locker room again. Styles comes back into the ring and before Ray can hit him with the hammer, Styles kicks Ray and he drops it. Styles now picks up the hammer. Styles goes to hit Ray with it but Ray blocks him and chops him hard. Styles drops the hammer and it rolls out of the ring. Ray slams Styles face-first into the corner and chops him again. Ray gets in Styles’ face again and Styles shouts back. Styles tells Ray to hit him. Ray chops him hard again and Styles no-sells it. A close-up shows a lot of welting where Ray has been chopping him. Styles’ chest is a mess. Styles takes another hard chop and no-sells it again. Styles dropkicks Ray’s legs out from him.
Out comes Knux. Knux heads into the ring as Styles heads to the top rope. Styles comes flying off the top but Knux catches him coming down and chokeslams him. Ray covers Styles but Styles kicks out at two. Ray yells at the ref, but the ref isn’t having it. Earl Hebner yells right back at Ray. Styles rolls Ray up from behind but Ray kicks out at two. Ray kicks Styles through the ropes and onto the floor. Ray goes out after him and slams his head into the announcers table. The crowd is chanting “we want tables.” Ray picks up the hammer. Before he can hit him with it, Styles hits him with a big kick. Styles has the hammer now. Styles thinks for a moment and then throws the hammer down without using it. Styles lays Ray across the announce table. Styles comes flying off the top and does about two flips in mid-air before crashing violently through the table alone. That was brutal. They show a bunch of replays.
Tenay yells at Taz, asking him what he handed Ray. Apparently Taz handed Ray a blade. Ray takes the blade and cuts the ring to shreds. He’s pulling all of the padding and stuff out of the ring. It’s just wood now with no mat or padding. The crowd starts chanting “E-C-dub, E-C-dub.” Styles it still out on the floor trying to get back to his feet. Ray comes back out after him and stomps on his head. Ray yells to the back, “send them out.”
Dixie Carter makes her way to the ring. She hands Ray a chair in the ring. Styles finally comes back to life and flies off the top and throws a huge forearm through the chair into Ray’s face. Styles springboards into a 450 splash onto Ray in the ring. As the ref goes to make the cover, Dixie stops him. She tells him not to count the pin. Hebner counts one and stops. He looks back at Dixie. He counts two and Ray kicks out. Styles looks for the Styles Clash but Ray reverses it into a back-body drop on the exposed part of the ring. Ray goes to the top and does his big back splash onto Styles. Ray covers Styles but Styles kicks out at two. Ray hits Styles hard across the back with a chair. Real hard. Dixie, meanwhile, has been standing outside the ring on the ramp the entire time. Ray hits Styles again with the chair. Ray goes for a piledriver but Styles rolls through it and hits Ray with the Pele kick. Both guys are down.
Both guys work their way back to their feet and Styles nails Ray in the head with a chair. Styles goes to the top, he points at Dixie, then hits Ray with the Spiral Cap. 1-2-3. Styles wins the TNA World Heavyweight Title. Dixie screams in anger.
Winner and NEW TNA World Heavyweight Champion: AJ Styles
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