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Bound For Glory 2011 begins – Pre-game show: Jeremy Borash and Christy Hemme kick off the pre-game show in the arena and run down tonight’s card. He announced that over 130 movie theaters in America are airing the event. They showed graphics on the screen for all the matches, and the biggest pops went to Roode-Angle, Sting-Hogan, Daniels-Styles and Lynn-RVD. The building looks full and comes across far better on TV than the Impact Zone does.
Ink Inc. vs. Mexican America (c): This match is for the tag titles. The show looks much better on TV than TNA’s shows from the Impact Zone do, it’s not even close. The match starts off with Ink Inc. in control until Hernandez gets the tag and slows down Shannon Moore with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Moore comes back with a moonsault off the top rope and tags in Jesse Neal who cleans house. Neal spears Hernandez for the 2. Shannon Moore hits a springboard moonsault off the middle rope to the inside on Mexican America. Hernandez follows up with his signature suicide dive over the top rope to the outside. The two teams’ valets get into it in the ring for a little cat fight action. Hernandez capitalizes on the distraction to roll up Jesse Neal for the 1-2-3. Winners: Mexican America
Jeremy Borash is backstage with Jeff and Karen Jarrett. Apparently Jeff Hardy isn’t allowed in the building. Karen complains about the Knockouts, then Jeff complains about Hardy showing up to the fan interaction event over the weekend and says that Hardy has arrived in the building tonight.
Brian Kendrick vs. Austin Aries (c): This is for the X-Division title. They start off with back-and-forth mat wrestling, with the crowd firmly behind Aries. Kendrick hits a dropkick that sends Aries to the floor. He follows up with a slingshot cross body down to Aries on the floor. Back in the ring, Kendrick hits another cross body for a 2. Aries makes a comeback and hits an elbow drop for a 2. Aries dominates until Kendrick comes back with a series of kicks. Kendrick hits a running tornado DDT for a 2 count. The crowd is still chanting for Aries. Aries throws Kendrick outside and hits a high-speed suicide dive on to the challenger that sends the guard rail crashing into the ringside fans’ knees. Kendrick reverses a brainbuster attempt and hits a superkick. He hits the Sliced Bread off the top rope but Aries grabs the ropes to break the count. Aries hits a few kicks then the brainbuster for the three count. Winner: Austin Aries
Backstage, JB and Traci Brooks are playing with some kids. Traci’s boobs are everywhere. Karen Angle comes out and yells at Traci. Karen will be the guest referee for the Knockouts match tonight.
Jerry Lynn vs. Rob Van Dam: This is a “Full Metal Mayhem” match, which I believe means there are a bunch of weapons in the ring. The two veterans go back and forth with dropkicks They hit a series of reversals and stare each other down before they start trading blows. They take it to the outside and Jerry Lynn pulls out a ladder. Lynn hits a sliding dropkick, driving the ladder into RVD’s face. A chair is in the ring now, and RVD hits a moonsault on a standing Lynn, taking him down onto the chair. RVD sets up Lynn in the corner and dropkicks the chair in his face. RVD whips Lynn in to a ladder in the corner, then hits the Rolling Thunder on to the ladder laying on top of Lynn. RVD is feeling the effects from that one as well. Lynn dropkicks the chair into RVD for the 2. Lynn lays RVD on the ladder and goes for a leg drop, but RVD moves out of the way and Lynn gets an ass full of ladder. RVD suplexes Lynn on the ladder for 2. A second ladder is now set up leaning against the guard rail. Lynn powerbombs RVD into it, and the ladder moves, sending the back of RVD’s head crashing against the guard rail. Back in the ring, RVD hits the Van-Daminator. RVD sets up Jerry Lynn in the corner with a ladder on his face, he gets up on the top rope with a steel chair, and hits the Van-Terminator for the 1-2-3. Winner: RVD
Samoa Joe vs. Crimson vs. Matt Morgan: Morgan and Crimson start off double teaming Joe. Crimson accidentally elbows Morgan, and Joe goes to work on Crimson with a series of chops and punches. Eventually Joe throws Crimson outside and works on Morgan. Joe hits a suicide dive on Crimson to the outside. Morgan goes to the top rope then jumps all the way down to the floor with a cross body splash on Crimson. Back in the ring, Crimson makes a comeback on Samoa Joe with a big suplex. Morgan and Crimson finally start going at it. Joe hits Crimson with a Pele kick and goes for the muscle buster, but Morgan breaks it up. Morgan misses a flying knee and crotches himself on the ropes, and Crimson spears Joe for the 1-2-3. Winner: Crimson
Bully Ray vs. Mr. Anderson: This is a “Philadelphia Falls Count Anywhere” match. I’m not sure the difference between a “Philadelphia Falls Count Anywhere” match and a normal “Falls Count Anywhere” match aside from the fact that it’s in Philadelphia. The bell rings and they go back and forth in the ring. Anderson hits Ray with a huge street sign. Anderson steals a beer from a fan a hits Brother Ray in the head with it. Then a woman in the crowd throws beer on Anderson and starts laughing. Brother Ray comes back with a suplex on Anderson on the stage. Brother Ray grabs Anderson’s microphone from the ceiling, then Anderson lays him out from behind. They start brawling backstage. Ray hits a piledriver on Anderson on the concrete floor. They brawl through the crowd and back to the ring. Anderson brings a guard rail into the ring, and Bully Ray brings in a table. Anderson back body drops Ray on to the guard rail. Anderson goes up top and goes for a swanton bomb on Ray ontop of the guard rail, but Ray moves and Anderson crashes his head off the guard rail in a sick bump. Ray hits the Bubba Bomb on Anderson through the table. Ray goes for senton bomb on Anderson on the guard rail, but Anderson moves and Ray lands on the steel. Anderson hits the Mic Check for the 2. Anderson lays Ray on a table on the floor at ringside and climbs to the top turnbuckle, he goes for the swanton bomb but overshoots and lands right on the floor… that looked very painful. They improvise and Anderson hits the Mic Check on Ray through the table for the 3. I’d say both these guys will be very banged up after this match, especially Anderson. Winner: Mr. Anderson
Backstage, Bischoff is giving a pep talk to a referee. The referee is Eric Bischoff’s son.
Winter (c) vs. Velvet Sky vs. Mickie James vs. Madison Rayne: Winter and Mickie start off, with Winter in charge. Mickie hits an hurricanrana to come back. Madison is now in the ring with Mickie. Special referee Karen Jarrett is getting in Mickie’s face. Velvet Sky lays out Madison and pins, but Karen doesn’t count. Velvet and Mickie are now going back and forth. Winter spits something in Karen Jarrett’s face. Mickie hits the big DDT on Winter, but no referee is there to count. Velvet Sky hits her finisher on Madison, Traci Brooks runs down and counts for the 1-2-3. Winner: Velvet Sky
AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels: This is an “I Quit” match. Daniels holds AJ down to the mat and asks AJ early on to say he quits. AJ grabs the mic and tells Daniels to quit, Daniels says “Why don’t you suck my…” but AJ doesn’t let him finish. They go back and forth with some of their signature spots before AJ hits a reverse chinlock. Daniels doesn’t quit. AJ hits his signature dropkick and sends Daniels out the ring, then follows up with a suicide dive over the top rope on to Daniels on the floor. Back in the ring, Daniels hits a back body drop on on AJ. Daniels hits the BME, Best Moonsault Ever, on AJ. He puts AJ in a half crab but AJ still wont quit. Daniels hits a back breaker then grabs a steel chair and chokes AJ with it. Daniels gets on the mic and tells AJ’s wife to take the kids out of the room, because they shouldn’t see their father murdered in cold blood. Daniels goes for a chair shot to the head but AJ moves out of the way. AJ hits a spinning heel kick then hits his signature flying reverse DDT. He hits the Pele kick then a flying forearm off the top rope. Daniels escapes the Styles Clash but walks right in to another Pele, followed up by a successfully executed Styles Clash. AJ grabs a screwdriver and walks towards Daniels, Daniels says he quits and runs away. Winner: AJ Styles
Daniels jumps AJ when he’s walking to the back and hits the Angels Wings on the stage.
Jeff Jarrett makes his way out to the ring. He calls out Jeff Hardy. Hardy comes out. Hardy doesn’t have much to say, he just starts laying in to Jarrett with right hands. Security runs in to break up the fight. D-Lo brown and some other TNA staffers hit the ring to try and break up the mayhem. Theres a huge “D-Lo” chant.
Sting vs. Hulk Hogan: The Hulkster is out first and the crowd is electric. Hogan is wearing knee pads over his jeans. Dixie Carter is watching in the crowd. Sting is out next and he gets a big pop. Dixie Carter is standing next to a guy with a “Sting is gay” sign. The referee is Eric Bischoff’s son. Hogan is swinging at Sting and Sting is dodging the shots. Hogan stops and motions towards the entrance ramp, and RIC FLAIR comes down. Flair and Hogan shake hands and Flair hangs out at ringside. Sting locks Hogan in a headlock. Hogan breaks out and starts Hulking up and flexing, the crowds cheering, Hogan tells Sting to suck it and Sting gets fired up. Hogans working over Sting on the mat. Hogan tells Sting to suck it again. Hogan throws Sting to the floor and Flair lays in to him with the chops and low blows! Hogan rolls to the outside and gives Sting another low blow! Hogan continues the beat down on Sting at ringside and Sting is now busted open. Sting makes a comeback and lays out Hogan, then rolls outside and lays out Ric Flair. Knowing Flair as well as he does, Sting steals his brass knuckles out of his pocket and brings them in the ring and uses them on Hogan, busting open the Hulkster. Sting hits the Stinger Splash, then knocks Flair off the apron and hits another Stinger Splash on Hogan. Sting locks the Scorpion Death Lock on Hogan in the middle of the ring and Hogan taps! Winner: Sting
As soon as the bell rings, Flair runs in and lays out Sting. Bischoff, Bully Ray, Steiner and Gunnar run out and continue the beat down on Sting. Eric Bischoff goes to hit Sting with the chair, but his son grabs the chair from him. Bully Ray holds back Bischoff’s son and Eric cracks his son with the chair! The beat down on Sting continues as Hogan looks on with a weird look on his face. Sting is asking Hogan for help while he’s beat down by Bischoff’s goons. Hogan looks at Sting being beat down and starts Hulking up — it looks like The Hulkster is having a change of heart and saves Sting! Hogan starts laying out Flair, Steiner, and Bully Ray! Sting gets up and starts hulking up then starts laying them out with Hogan. Sting hits a Stinger Splash on Flair in the corner. Hogan lays out Bischoff with a big right hand. Hogan and Sting, both covered in blood, are now the last two men standing in the ring and they shake hands.
Dixie Carter now has control of her company back and Sting and Hogan and raising eachother’s hands in the ring.
Bobby Roode vs. Kurt Angle (c): This is for the TNA World Championship.The bell ring and the crowds chanting “Bobby.” They go back and forth until Angle eventually gets the upper hand and starts working over Roode in the corner. Roode hits a suplex for a 2. Roode tries to make a comeback but he receives three German suplexes from the Gold medalist for a 2 count. Angle goes for a moonsault but Roode runs up behind him halfway and suplexes him off. Roode lands a couple big clotheslines and seems to have momentum on his side. Roode hits a flying neckbreaker off the middle rope for a 2 count. Angle comes back with a DDT out of nowhere for a 2 count of his own. The shoulder straps are down and Kurt goes in for the Olympic slam, but Roode catches him with a big spinebuster instead. Angle gets up and Roode locks him in the crossface crippler but Angle rolls it into an ankle lock. Roode finds a way to get out and locks Angle back in the crossface, but Angle gets out and hits the Olympic Slam for a 2 count. Another big spinebuster by Roode followed up by a fisherman suplex for a very close 2 count. Kurt gets Roode in the ankle lock but Roode gets out. Roode goes up top but Angle uses the ref as a human shield then kicks Roode in the nuts and hits the Olympic Slam for a 2 count. Angle goes for a series of three German suplexes but Roode slips out of it and gets Angle in the crossface yet again. Angle hits a spear and goes up to the top rope and comes flying down but Roode catches him in the crossface again. Angle goes for an Olympic Slam but Roode reverses, Roode goes for the fisherman’s suplex but Angle reverses into a successful Olympic Slam for the 1-2-3. Kurt Angle was holding on to the ropes for the pin and Roode’s arm was under the rope, and the referee’s count had a long gap between 2 and 3. Winner: Kurt Angle
Kurt Angle is helped to the back by TNA staff. He’s selling some sort of injury.
That ends TNA Bound For Glory 2011, thank you for visiting 24Wrestling.com for results. We’ll have backstage news from the event shortly.