TNA Bound for Glory 2010: Highlights & Results

Posted by admin on Oct 11, 2010 | 25 Comments

Bound For Glory’ is the biggest professional wrestling pay-per-view event. It took place on October 10, 2010 at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach, Florida. It was the 6th annual event under the Bound for Glory chronology which was produced by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). For the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling Company, Bound For Glory is considered to be the premiere event of the year. The finals of the TNA World Heavyweight Championship tournament headlined this year. At the event, total of eight official matches were played. Check out the results and highlights of this year’s TNA Bound for Glory event.

TNA World Tag Team Title Match: Generation Me vs. The Motor City Machineguns
The Motor City Machineguns


Firstly, Generation Me, Max and Jeremy Buck hit the ring and after that, the TNA Tag Team Champions enters. Alex Shelley goes off the ropes but he is tripped up but Jeremy Buck. Shelley comes back with a couple of knife edge chops, an arm drag, and a leg sweep. Generation Me’s life doesn’t last long as the Machine Guns hit a double suicide dive. The MCMG used their “Skull and Bones” top rope splash combination finisher to win the bout.

Shelley and Sabin do some quick double team work, taking it to Max and Shelley scores a near fall after knocking Jeremy off the ring apron. By sweeping his feet out from under him, Jeremy is able to repay Shelley and tagging out to his brother. The Bucks double team Shelley for a bit by hitting a nice chestbreaker/neckbreaker combo before Jeremy locks in a rear chin lock. Shelley tries for a double foot stomp, but he eats a double team maneuver.

The back body of Sabin dropped to the floor. Crazy double team dives from Gen Me still can’t keep Shelley down for three. Guns try another double team move but it’s broken up. Max hits a blockbuster while Jeremy takes out Shelley. Jeremy is hit with a release German off the top rope and this leaves Max all alone and the Guns finish him off with Skull and Bones. At last, the Motor City Machineguns declared winner.

TNA Knockouts Title Match: Tara vs. Velvet Sky vs. Madison Rayne vs. Angelina Love with Mickie James as Referee
Winner: Tara

In Knockouts four-way match, Mickie James is the special referee. Tara and Madison Rayne hit on the ring, riding on Tara’s motorcycle. After that, the two gorgeous beauties Angelina Love and Velvet Sky enter. All four women end up in the ring. Tara loads Love up on her shoulders and hits a side slam. After that, Rayne hits a Facebuster on Love while she hits Tara with the Botox Injection. Tara tags in and gets Love across her back by her hair, hangman’s style. They do a series of reversed roll-ups that end with Tara pinning Sky with an absolutely awful roll-up, all while allegedly holding the tights.

Sky hits floating DDT on Rayne and she rolls to the apron. Sky locks in a weird type of octopus stretch, but Tara fights out and connects with a big dropkick to Sky’s face. Tara tries to suplex Sky, but Sky is able to turn around it. Tara hits an awesome side slam, but everyone takes down everyone else in turn. It goes till Sky hits jumping DDT on Rayne, and she’s attacked from behind by Tara. At the end, Tara becomes the new TNA Knockouts Champion. After the match, Mickie James knocked out Madison Rayne with a punch.

Ink Inc. vs. Eric Young and Orlando Jordan
Winner: Ink Inc.

The match begins with Young telling the referee that he is the ref and putting the real ref on the apron. EY pulls the ref out of the ring and actually decides to ref the match for a bit. This match is all about the comedy. Eric whips Jordan into the ring. He tries to get Young to come in for a double team but he points to his TNA Rule Book and doesn’t. After Ink Inc hit a top rope neckbreaker on Jordan The team of Ink Inc defeated Eric Young and Orlando Jordan and gets the win. During the bout, Eric Young brought out a TNA Rule Book and stuck to the rules, even costing his own partner the match in the end.

TNA X Division Title Match: Douglas Williams vs. Jay Lethal
Winner: Jay Lethal

In the beginning of the match, Douglas Williams represents Fortune while TNA X Division Champion Jay Lethal enters afterwards. By taking Lethal down to the mat, Williams tries for an arm submission right off the bat. Williams puts him right back down while Lethal tries to fight out. Lethal is successful at the first try by locking in an arm bar in the process. Williams drills Lethal with an inside-out clothesline and goes back to work with some mat work. Lethal, though, gets going with a flying forearm, a clothesline and two dropkicks. Williams rolls to the outside, but Lethal comes right out with a slingshot cross-body, taking Williams out. At last, Jay Lethal wins the match.

Monster’s Ball Match: Abyss vs. Rob Van Dam
Winner: Rob Van Dam

In the starting of the game, RVD hits a Van Daminator on Abyss but Abyss gains control. RVD chokes Abyss with his feet for a bit before dragging him over to the apron and hitting a big slingshot legdrop over the ropes and across Abyss’ throat. RVD is out on the outside and Abyss bridges a table between the apron and the guardrail on the other side. Abyss goes and hits RVD with a trash can. RVD and Abyss trade blows instantly with RVD beating on Abyss in the corner with a series of big kicks.

RVD goes to the outside and grabs a chair. He comes back into the ring with a single leg dropkick, and picks up the chair, hitting a low, chair assisted dropkick in the corner. RVD sets Abyss up for the Van Terminator, but Abyss gets up, throws the chair from halfway across the ring into RVD’s head and RVD goes crashing through the barb wire board. Abyss mocks the crowd and brings RVD into the ring. He sets the other barb wire board up in the corner and goes to throw RVD into it but RVD slips out and throws Abyss into it.

RVD looks like he’s going to the top but he instead picks up Janice. He drills Abyss right in the stomach with it. Abyss starts bleeding from the mouth as RVD goes up. He goes to the top and nails the five star frog splashes. RVD covers Abyss and gets the three counts.

Handicap Match: Sting, Kevin Nash and The Pope vs. Samoa Joe and Jeff Jarrett
Winners: Kevin Nash, The Pope and Sting

The game begins with Joe and Pope, both men getting in huge shots, and Pope hitting a great flying shoulder block. Joe gets going with some strikes in the corner but Pope gets going with some of his own. Sting in and he goes after Jarrett on the apron. Pope comes back, hitting Joe with lefts and rights, but he eats a high knee when he sends Joe into the ropes. Joe goes for another but Joe catches him with an uranage as he comes in. Sting rolls to the floor and Joe pursues and they brawl.

Sting tags out to Nash, who comes in and hits a series of high knees to Joe’s gut, before following up with a series of elbows to the side of the head and Sting connects with a clothesline, taking Joe down. Sting sends Joe chest first into the barricade before heading back into the ring. Jarrett walked away, he left Joe to face the trio of Sting, Nash and Pope! Nash eventually hit his Jackknife Powerbomb finisher on Joe to get his team the win.

Lethal Lockdown: Tommy Dreamer, Rhino, Sabu, Stevie Richards and Raven with Mick Foley vs. AJ Styles, James Storm, Robert Roode, Matt Morgan and Kazarian with Ric Flair
Winners: Tommy Dreamer, Rhino, Sabu, Stevie Richards and Raven

Ric Flair and Mick Foley start going at it as Fortune makes their way to the ring. Kazarian and Stevie Richards start off. Flair and Foley brawl a bit at ringside before all of Fortune can even get down the ramp. Kazarian and Stevie enter the cage as they will be starting things off for their teams. Kazarian gets the upper hand with a huge right hand and a series of forearms to Richards’ face. Kazarian goes to the top for a guillotine leg drop but Richards moves. Richards chops Kazarian and struts and Flair goes nuts.

Timer runs out and Tommy Dreamer comes in for EV2. Dreamer comes in and gets going. Elbow drop from the middle rope for Dreamer and then he slams Richards onto Styles. A big corner suplex spot takes all four men out and the clock hits zero again and Fortune sends in Robert Roode. Dreamer is busted open and Styles is raking his face across the cage. Roode hits a big splash to Richards, as does AJ.

Bryan Kendrick comes from out of nowhere and attacks Kazarian, knocking him off the ladder while Kazarian climbs the ladder, and almost gets to the top. Kendrick backdrops Kaz through the table, then begins meditating on top of the cage. In the ring, Dreamer hits Styles in the knee with a chair and crotches him. He grabs him and hits the Dreamer Driver onto the chair.

TNA World Heavyweight Title Match: Mr. Anderson vs. Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle
Winner and New TNA World Champion: Jeff Hardy

Eric Bischoff comes out during the bout, but then Hulk Hogan’s music is played and he appears on crutches. Bischoff takes the crutches from Hogan inside the ring and gives them to Hardy, who uses them on Anderson and Angle. Angle and Hardy attack Anderson right off the bat, beating on him in the corner, before Angle tries for a splash in the corner, and connects with the ring post. Hardy takes Anderson down with a big forearm, but Anderson comes right back with a neckbreaker, but a pin is broken up by Angle. Angle kicks at Anderson’s legs, before pounding on Anderson’s head for a bit. Angle tries to splash Anderson only to eat a big boot, but he responds with a belly to belly, although the pin is broken up by Hardy.

Hardy pounds on Angle in the corner, climbing the ropes and hitting Angle with repeated right hands, only to be stopped with a double ax handle to the back from Anderson. In a shocking main event, Jeff Hardy defeats Mr. Anderson and Kurt Angle to become the NEW TNA World Heavyweight Champion. After the match, Hogan, Hardy, Bischoff, Jeff Jarrett, and Abyss revealed they as the “they” Abyss has been talking about for weeks. Rob Van Dam comes to the ring to try and talk some sense into Hardy, but Hardy knocks him out with the TNA World Title.

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  1. ronak says:

    I didn’t see it, was it good? Sounds kind of strange I hope not, I’m pulling for them.

  2. asha says:

    still i must say that after all the months of “they” are coming, it seems abit anti climax when they finally appeared.

  3. Tyler says:

    I was thinking they’d put over the guys who will still be around in the next 2 months over the guys that don’t look like they’ll make it through another Wrestling match but well I don’t really care, I rarely watch TNA and that’s not because I think its a terrible company, hell I think they’re even doing better than the WWE in terms of wrestling and story lines, its just I cant watch two wrestling promotions in one week, I barely make it to my apartment on Monday Nights by 8pm so I dont think I can make it on Thursday night but I hope TNA catches up in the ratings, it is a decent company with a lot of good wrestlers like Styles and Angle.

  4. gail says:

    You guys haven’t even seen the PPV and you’re ragging about it. Geez, stop acting like a bunch of little girls. Although, why not bring up “They” during the Abyss match is weird, at least give them some slack.

    I’m more pissed at that whole “Shane McMahon shows up at TNA” crap. Maybe “They” shouldn’t be allowed to post bogus news/links here.

  5. raju says:

    Now that i’ve seen it, I wish that I would have seen that coming, cause then I wouldnt have just watched that ppv.

  6. parita says:

    if “they” is a no show or if it flops…then wrestling is truly dead. wwe wont do anything good and tna just makes empty promises.

  7. ragini says:

    I love how ppl come on here and all they do is complain!! Prolly didn’t even watch the ppv, yet you think the match was crap just by reading the results! Waaah waah, dang just give it a minute!

  8. adrina says:

    lol the lame ass ev2 win again .hell why not give them all the belts to.tna you are a joke.just when i think ya’ll coming along ya’ll f things up again.the ending better be the best ending in a long time.are ya’ll bigges paperview will be a big bust.and any life ya’ll was getting will be over.and still no they what the hell are these dumb asses thinking god !

  9. Addison says:

    i think Bound for Glory it going to be better than Wrestlemania besides the HBK-taker match

  10. jolly says:

    i agree if they wanted to wait till last to reveal they they should have had abyss and RVD on last point less will it be to have the they revealed in a match that abyss isnt even in..because the they angle was centered around abyss.

  11. yarmi says:

    still no they yet…last match which means if they even show up tonight which they may not knowing tnas track record of dissapointing so called big suprises and what not means that they will get involved in a match that doesnt involve abyss even though the story is centered around him

  12. harit says:

    Dixie signing a paper from Bischoff will be the basis of “They”. She probably signed the company over to Bischoff. Big PPV’s try to have more than 1 main event. Take Wrestlemania MITB, title matches, Taker streak matches they get like 4 main events. This PPV has zero main events. None. No must see matches. Seeing how the They storyline plays out seems to be the must watch aspect. Fortune has been so wasted by feuding with ECWFAIL has-beens. I will give u a like just for trying to explain the Sting Nash storyline, I still have no idea. I simply think they stuck all the geezers in a match to keep them out of the way. The Beautiful People of TNA and LezCool from WWE are mirroring each other with being the only woman storyline on either company. Mickie James is the ref of a TBP match? Samoa Joe was kidnapped and never explained. Magnus and Wolfie dropped off the face of the earth. Generation ME was not set up for a title run yet. Beer Money should be fighting the Guns in this PPV. Explaining/apologizing for TNA is the same thing in this PPV. No champion makes TNA very weak.

  13. mellisa says:

    Of course TNA is floundering. What kind of message does it send when the promotional poster for the biggest event of the year is entirely made up of ex WWE and WCW guys. They let go countless Knockouts despite their fights being TNA’s best ratings grab. They let the reunited nWo hold the tag team titles, which was almost as bad as when Pacman Jones held the title. They fired their greatest talent besides Kurt Angle, Christopher Daniels,* so that they could hire Hogan, The Nasty Boys, Val Venis, and Bubba the Love Sponge, men who don’t deserve to lace Daniels boots. They’ve done absolutely nothing with Samoa Joe and Nigel McGuinness over the past year, despite both mens charisma, youth, and wrestling ability.

    But the worst part is Dixie Carter showing over and over again that she doesn’t want to listen to her talent. Anyone who’s seen her speech to the TNA locker room knows that the company will never make it big as long as Dixie is on top, and the fact that the WWE’s best hope for competition repeatedly shoots itself in the foot every year makes me sad.

    * My personal favorite active wrestler who never worked for the WWE.

  14. kreena says:

    I Care! but i do agree, there are some things that could make or break the company this pay per view… i just think it’s going to make it

  15. krishna says:

    While I dont really like what WWE has become since the attitude era, one thing they do better than TNA is pushing there Young Talent. The only old guys who are still in the main event picture are The Undertaker, Kane, and HHH. Other than that young and up and coming talent are running the WWE(and cena) and more people are more interested in it. The sooner TNA figures out that we as fans want to see knew faces rather than old guys who had their run, the sooner they can get this thing running in the right direction.

  16. pawar says:

    This whole PPV is idiotic. The main event should be AJ Styles vs. Desmond Wolfe vs. The Pope, three guys who became stars in TNA and ROH, not WWE and WCW.

    Not to mention that TNA let Christopher Daniels, Homicide, and countless others go for Hulk Hogan, a man no one has cared about in at least a decade, and who hasn’t wrestled a good technical match in two decades.

  17. jimmy says:

    Yah but when the fans had voted Desmond Wolfe as the number 1 contender they had RVD destory him in like 5 mins they burried him cause they dont like ROH guys Eric called them a bunch off back yard wreslters

  18. brads says:

    i used to be a big tna fan,but after watching a 700 year old ric flair bleeding all over the place for the 15th time is just disgusting me.i love blood in violent matches but having flair blade over and over at his age is just i dont want to watch ancient relics like nash and sting wrestle,now they are taliking about another dinosaur hogan wrestling,its just to much.week after week i give them another chance and they keep letting me down,wwe is on the right track whith the youth movement.

  19. pinal says:

    Don’t watch the Pay-per-view, because you’re going to pick at whatever flaws their may be and choose to judge the show on that. You’ve already decided how the show will end, so why bother watching?

    TNA will put on a good show, like they always do. If you don’t like it, stay tuned to WWE where they give absolutely no effort 100% of the time. Their direction is easy to follow, so it’ll be right up your alley.

  20. micheal says:

    There’s a difference between picking at flaws and seeing them. As I said before, I’m a big fan of TNA. I’ve been watching since 2004, I’ve appreciated it as an alternative, I’ve talked about it to people that didn’t want to listen, I’ve bought a lot of the DVDs, but I’m not blind to plot holes and direction I would prefer.

    As I said, I think a lot of the card looks great: Angle/Hardy/Anderson, Lethal Lockdown, RVD/Abyss, MCMG/Gen-Me, the Knockouts four-way, and I think they have a lot of potential.

    But TNA has disappointed me, and a lot of other people, in the past. TNA does not always put on a good show. Consider Slammiversary from this year. Aside from the opener, the show was terrible. Or Destination X, with the main event turning into a Benny Hill gag.

  21. glory says:

    Personally, I care about this PPV. For the most part, it’s been built up properly with very interesting storylines and feuds. I find it ironic that you post this article a day before the PPV. I’m not sure if you are a TNA fan as most of BFG is rock solid.

  22. sunny says:

    I am a TNA fan. I waited until the day after iMPACT! because I wanted to write a full article, and I knew TNA hadn’t announced a lot of matches, nor was I sure if there might be any changes to the existing ones.

    Like I said, I’m a big supporter of TNA: the legendary names, the up-and-coming talent, the unpredictable storylines, the use of blood, but I can’t just blindly support them without seeing their flaws.

    If you put me in front of the card for Bound for Glory, I’d say it looked great. If you told me that it was the card for their version of WrestleMania, I’d say it could be better. Just look at the card for every other Bound for Glory. In my opinion, it just doesn’t compare.

  23. jigo says:

    awesome show, just awesome, and the ending? this is how it’s done man, TNA definitly going in the right direction. i was so happy of the show from begining till the end.

    and thank you eric for the effort, i check your blog daily :)
    keep it up :) :)

  24. dazy says:

    The Knockouts division is really started to heat up. Tara vs Angelina Love in a rematch for the Knockouts Title should be a good match and Mickie James vs Madison Rayne to see who is the number one contender for the Knockouts Title should be good match as well.

    If Team 3D joins THEY it could mean that every title in TNA could be held by THEY. Jeff Jarrett as TNA Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Hardy as X Division Champion, Abyss as TV Champion and Team 3D as TNA Tag Team Champions.

    I can’t wait to see what happens on TNA Impact and TNA Reaction this Thursday. I’m glad to see that your ECW Originals beat Fourtone. I check out your blog almost daily Eric and I really enjoy it. Thanks for all of the hard work that you do. Wrestling wouldn’t be the same without you.

  25. hussain says:

    Very interesting results from Bound for glory 2010, is Kurt going to retire.

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