More Matches Announced For TNA Bound For Glory, Richard Reacts

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TNA Wrestling announced the card for Bound For Glory on Monday evening. Bouts announced are as follows:

  • TNA X Division Champion Samoa Joe vs. Low Ki vs. Kaz Hayashi
  • Ethan Carter III vs. Ryota Hama
  • MVP vs. Kazma Sakamoto
  • James Storm & The Great Sanada vs. The Great Muta & Tajiri
  • Manik vs. Minoru Tanaka
  • Havok vs. Velvet Sky
  • Team 3D vs. Abyss & Tommy Dreamer

Additionally, Team 3D will be inducted into the TNA Hall of Fame.

In a piece on the company's official website, statements on the show were released by Dixie Carter and John Gaburick:

Dixie Carter:

“Taking Bound For Glory, our company’s tent pole event, outside of the United States for the first time is the culmination of years of strategically introducing and growing the TNA brand and affiliated properties internationally,” said TNA President Dixie Carter. “TNA has cultivated an incredible relationship with Wrestle-1, and we are proud to join forces in bringing wrestling fans what will be a historic and memorable evening of professional wrestling broadcast from one of the most legendary fighting venues in all the world.”

John Gaburick:

“I can confidently say this will be the most intriguing and captivating three hours of professional wrestling action all year,” said John Gaburick, TNA’s executive vice-president, talent relations and creative. “With an incredible card pitting the best professional wrestling athletes against one another in never-before-seen matches, Bound For Glory will once again set the standard for the best wresting in the world.”

Click here for coverage on ImpactWrestling.com.

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TNA Bound for Glory will air pay-per-view on Sunday, October 12, 2014 at 8 PM ET. We'll have complete coverage here at WrestlingNewsWorld.com.

Richard Reacts: I am sure the quality of wrestling at Bound For Glory will be unmatched; I'm expecting great athletic pro wrestling matches. What I don't understand is why TNA would go this route with their biggest show of the year. It's unfathomable to have their version of Wrestlemania air on tape delay, much less matches featuring non-TNA talent. I can't explain it.

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