TNA Bound For Glory 2013 Results

Posted by Matt Boone October 20, 2013 28 Comments

Photos of the EMPTY Arena At TNA Bound For Glory 2013


TNA Bound For Glory Results 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.

X-Division Title
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

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    • chrissi calvert

      Seriously TNA? Sabin becomes X Division Champ (again) and now you’ve ended possibly the strongest tag team in a long times run with the weakest. Rapidly going downhill.

      • Ray

        I think it’s good for Sabin to be champ again. It brings up his heelness and how believable he is since he has lost all, or virtually all, his matches since losing the TNA belt. Plus, makes things fresh and more exciting, at least IMO.

      • Kage

        Eh? From what I’ve seen, people complained non-stop about Storm & Gunner (usually how the former was being ‘wasted’).
        That’s a trend I’ve noticed with TNA-haters; they complain about a certain wrestler/storyline… then sing their praises when that wrestler/storyline disappears/changes.
        Before: “Robbie E & Robbie T suck!”
        After: “I miss Robbie E & Robbie T!”
        Before: “Why did they give A Double the belt? He destroyed Roode’s reign!” After: “Why did they give Jeff Hardy the belt? They destroyed A Double’s reign!”
        Before: “Abyss sucks! He’s fat and useless!”
        After: “I’m sick of Joseph Park! BRING BACK ABYSS!!!”
        Before: “Why do all the ex-WWE guys get pushed? What about the TNA originals?!”
        After: “They gave Chris Sabin the title? He sucks!”
        Before: “They need to get out of the Impact Zone.”
        After: “They need to go back to the Impact Zone.”
        Now, for a future example…
        Before: “Hogan and Sting are old has-beens that need to go away!”
        After: “OH MY GOD!!! HOGAN AND STING ARE AT WRESTLEMANIA XXX!11!1″

    • weedthepeople!

      nw

    • MsBareBottom

      Now Sting will be headed to the WWE soon

    • FTV

      The Wrestlemania of TNA, what a joke!!

      • Ray

        Why? it was awesome. Shoot, it was better than WM29 and all thse WWE PPVs this year.

        • Splodeydope

          Not even close to Summerslam, not by a long shot.

          • FTV

            Yea Summerslam was amazing! I was there live, great audience.

          • Ray

            I didn’t see SS. Maybe not SS, but definitely better than most, if not all, besides SS. That still is very bad for WWE and good for TNA.

            Personally, I’m digging TNA more than WWE right now and by a lot.

        • FTV

          Taker vs Punk and HHH vs Lesnar at 29…but you got Robbie E..yea I can see how much better BfG was than WM 29. And Summerslam was 50 times better than this sorry PPV

          • Ray

            Taker VS Punk was good. Lesnar VS HHH was okay, it’s highly overrated, it was mostly strikes. One match out of an entire show. That’s very bad.

            What does TNA having Robbie E have anything to do with anything? LOL.

            This BFG was better than Mania 29 and a lot, if not most, if not all (IDK since I haven’t seen every single one yet) of WWE PPVs.

            • Ice

              This was one of the worst BFG i ever seen. The matches were slow, and boring. Kurt Angle and Bobby Roode match was horrible. They could’ve done better. The Magnus vs. Sting was terrible as it looked like it was a practice run. The only good match was the x-division match, and the main event match. Bully Ray sucks, but AJ carried that match great.

      • hmw

        yes u damn right what the hell is that shit, he Wrestlemania of TNA .really??????. fuck that

    • JT

      A descent show that actually had good conclusions and new possibilities. I liked the majority of it except the tag team championship match. It’s far from perfect but TNA is cool with me. Some people seem to think you have to pick sides WWE or TNA but both each fill in gaps the other company doesn’t do.

    • Kage

      Overall, I found this year’s BFG to be decent – but not as good as last year.

      MOTN was definitely Angle vs. Roode. I loved the in-ring storytelling, and the wrestling itself was superb. I was also glad that it was given a decent amount of time. Unlike 24Wrestling, I didn’t find it “weird” that Kurt walked to the back after being injured. He refused a stretcher, and wanted to exit under his own power. What was so strange about that? Overall, I thought this was a contender for TNA’s MOFTY.

      The Styles vs. Bully match was also great, with a couple of sick spots (Ray’s chest-slaps, and Styles’ dive through the table). Oddly, it seemed that Bully was teasing a return of past A&8s members, but nothing happened. Strange. Still, it was a hell of a match.

      Another surprisingly good bout was Storm & Gunner vs. The Bromans. Robbie E & Jesse worked very well together, and their reign as Tag Champions should be interesting. Also, I loved the protien shake-drenched celebration afterward.

      The big disappointments were the Ultimate X match, and Sting vs. Magnus. The former seemed too slow to me, and lacked enough high-spots. I wasn’t too sure about Sabin winning either. Still, he’s been entertaining as a heel, so hopefully his reign will be fun. The latter match was just too short, and never seemed to exit first gear. Whether this was due to time constraints, or Sting’s age, I dunno. Magnus low-blowing Sting (Jericho style) after the match would have gained the Brit (and the angle) some much-needed heat, IMO.

      Finally, Kurt declining the HOF was a genuine surprise, but could lead to an interesting storyline. I’ll wait and see where this goes, before judging too harshly. I just hope TNA doesn’t gain a habit of using its (supposedly legitimate) HOF for its angles.

      • Ray

        So far, I have just seen the main event and the ending to the Roode/Angle match. To me, the main event was a decent match. IMO, it should
        have been better, longer and more things happening. The 450 springboard
        onto the announcer table was CRAZY! So was the second one he connected.

        AJ Styles has become my favorite wrestler ever. The things he does so
        easily has never been done by anyone before ever.

        I didn’t get the whole “send them out” only to have Dixie come out by herself LOL.

        The ending to the Roode/Angle match was weird to me because Angle did a Super Angle Slam, Angle never got up but Roode did, then without any hesitation pinned Angle Angle stayed on the ground and no explaination was done for all of it. IMO, it could be great for a great storyline, plus, with the whole HOF thing. But it wasn’t explained in the show itself.

        • Kage

          Yeah, the commentators did explain why Angle was unconscious. Taz explained that Angle hit the back of his head on the mat, and was knocked out.
          I agree with the length of the main event. It’s one of my big problems with TNA – the matches are usually too short. I long for the days of 40 – 60 minute epics …

          • Ray

            TNA does have them. I think they do they almost all the time except for the Bully matches.

    • Ray

      Just finished seeing the
      Styles vs Bully match. I would say it was a decent match. IMO, it should
      have been better, longer and more things happening. The 450 springboard
      onto the announcer table was CRAZY! So was the second one he connected.
      AJ Styles has become my favorite wrestler ever. The things he does so
      easily has never been done by anyone before ever.

      I didn’t get the whole “send them out” only to have Dixie come out by herself LOL.

      The NEW TNA World champion…the Margi…Phenomenal, AJ Styyyyyyyyyyyles! =D

    • Ray

      What happened to the backstage A&8s segment? Bully talked to three A&8s members when right now there is only two apart from Bully and Brooke (and Tazz) and only Knux and Bischoff (two) came out.

    • Ray

      Also, why is EC3 billed from Boca Raton, Florida (a suburb of Miami)? I just checked his Wikipedia page and he resides in Tampa and was billed from Cleveland. Shouldn’t he billed from where Dixie is from or at least from Miami? Being billed from Boca Raton is lame and sounds lame.

    • Ray

      Just saw the Ultimate X match. IMO, good match but it felt short, maybe rushed and maybe a little like disorganized. Also, I think Manik should have replaced Hardy in the whole making sure Velvet is safe and climbing the ladder thing.

    • Great job TNA

      Take notice WWE this is how you do a PPV. Some solid wrestling, great matches by great wrestlers and some sick spots! Not crazy about Sabin but I understand it. Ultimate X had a few good spots but was not as good as you would think. Angle, Roode, Styles, Bully Ray, the tag match and even the Knockouts match were all good.

      • WTF

        Lol now what you call the joke of the day.

    • hmw

      What a shit

    • Ivor Biggen

      Great show!!! BoundForGlory delivered a successful combination of top class wrestling & compelling drama!!!!
      From start to finish, fans were on the edge of their seat.

      The Phenomenal AJ Styles winning against the odds will be long remembered by wrestling fans.

    • Ej

      Omg the bromans suck!!!!!!!!!

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