Monday, October 17, 2011

Bound For Glory Results

On Sunday night, "Bound For Glory" aired live on Pay-Per-View, on the internet and in theaters from the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Catch the replay all this week on your cable or satellite provider, or watch it online around the world at Tune into Thursday's IMPACT WRESTLING on Spike TV at 9/8c for the aftermath from the event, plus exclusive footage! If you can't watch it, set your DVR to record it.

Quick Results from the Pay-Per-View:

World Tag Team Championship: Mexican America def. Ink, Inc.
X Division Championship: Aries def. Kendrick
Full Metal Mayhem: Rob Van Dam def. Jerry Lynn
Triple Threat Match: Crimson Def. Matt Morgan and Samoa Joe
Falls Count Anywhere: Mr. Anderson def. Bully Ray
Knockouts Championship: Velvet Sky Def. Winter, Mickie James and Madison Rayne
I Quit Match: AJ Styles forced Christopher Daniels to say “I Quit”
Jeff Hardy and Jeff Jarrett fought in the ring after Jarrett called Hardy out
Sting Def. Hulk Hogan to gain control of the company
TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Kurt Angle Def. Bobby Roode

Results from the Bound for Glory Pay-Per-View

-World Tag Team Championship: After a very physical match, Mexican America defeated Ink, Inc. to retain the Tag Team Titles. There were many high spots from the two teams but after an altercation in the ring involving Toxine taking out Rosita andSarita then pulling down the pants of Anarquia. Hernandez, however, overcame and pinned Jesse Neal for Mexican America to retain the titles.

-X Division Championship: Austin Aries Defeated Brian Kendrick to retain the X division Championship. In a fast paced match, that one comes to expect from the X Division, Aries dominated throughout the first part of the match. After a missed pendulum elbow things turned in Kendrick’s favor. After control going back and forth and many close calls and high spots. Aries finally pulled off a nasty brain buster and pinned Kendrick to retain.

-Full Metal Mayhem: With the brutal use of ladders and chairs RVD Defeated Jerry Lynn. This match over 10 years in the making Lynn and RVD exchanged excruciating hits but in the end after an dangerous jump off the top turnbuckle to kick an already dazed ladder covered Lynn, RVD was able to get the pin for the win.

-Triple Threat: What basically started out as a 2 on 1 match eventually turned into Crimson and Morgan turning on each other and it becoming each man for himself. Joe took advantage but it wasn’t enough. Crimson took out Joe with the spear, which led to Crimson getting the pin for the win and Crimson remaining undefeated.

-Falls Count Anywhere: It’s safe to say that Philadelphia hated Bully Ray going into this match. While Bully Ray got his chops in, Anderson retaliated in the form of a metal sign, a cup of beer and his own signature microphone. The fight went into the back stage area but spilled back into the arena where we saw Anderson bring a guardrail to the action for some really nasty bumps. Anderson eventually was able to get the pin after a mic check through a table.

-Knockouts Championship: With Karen as the special guest referee there seemed to be some favoritism shown for Madison Rayne. After Winter attempted to spit in the face of Mickie, getting Karen instead Mickie, she was able to get the pin but with no referee in sight it was not counted. Traci ran to the ring to bring order. With Traci replacing Karen as the referee, Sky was able to get the pin on Winter to become the new Knockouts Champion!

-I Quit Match: Daniels and Styles started out going straight to submission attempts but eventually resorted to breaking each other down with kicks and dives. After going back and forth Daniels seemed to have struck a nerve and AJ finally resorted to grabbing a screwdriver which was forced Daniels to say the words “I quit” and immediately left the arena. As Styles was leaving Daniels reentered and took out Styles leaving him laying out on the entrance ramp.

Jeff Jarrett appeared to address Jeff Hardy and call him out. Hardy entered and immediately started fighting with Jarrett though it wasn’t long before security came into break it up. Since it was fairly obvious they weren’t able to keep these two from beating each other up, even more security entered and escorted Jeff Jarrett out of the ring and Hardy remained in the ring to revel in the cheers of the “creatures of the night”

-The Immortal Battles the Icon: Going into the match a lot is on the line with the winner getting control of the company and Dixie Carter was at ringside awaiting the result. After the start of the battle Hogan called in his support, Ric Flair, to help. After going back and forth in a bloody battle Sting was able to get the pin on Hulk Hogan. The victory was short lived as Ric Flair and the rest of Immortal came in to beat down on Sting. Hulk Hogan, however, seemed to have a change of heart and came to the rescue of the Stinger clearing out the ring where the two finally made amends in the ring.

-TNA World Heavyweight Championship: The competition was fierce amongst these two competitors. There were many very close near pin falls and submissions, however, Angle managed to get the victory through a very controversial win where he used the rope for leverage to get the pin and retain the World Heavyweight Championship.


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