This formerly undefeated hero was the frontrunner of last year's BFG Series. He held the No. 1 spot since the very beginning of the Series and was a clear-cut favorite to win it while riding on his undefeated streak.
Now, after one loss, Crimson finds himself outside looking in on this year's tournament despite what was previously said above.
Crimson would've gotten that World title match at BFG too if it weren't for Samoa Joe being a sore loser and all.
The more I think about it, the better I think it is, though. Not being involved allows Crimson to hone his newly found heel character in the mid-card without taking too many hits.
Maybe being left out of the Series increases his odds of becoming Television Champion.
"Mr. Intensity" finished in the final four of the BFG Series last year. He had quite the performance too before it all ended with one cross-face courtesy of Bobby Roode.
Gunner is a good, young talent that could learn from veterans such as Kurt Angle, Daniels or Bully Ray. For him to go from final four to nothing is pretty bad within itself.
Some of the best matches of his career thus far came because of the BFG Series.
I would've loved to see an underdog story in the form of Austin Aries. Watching him try to live up to his "Greatest Man That Ever Lived" nickname with the likes of Kurt Angle, AJ Styles, Daniels and Jeff Hardy would've definitely been fun to watch.
Instead, Hulk Hogan has laid out an interesting proposal to "A Double."
Will he take a World title shot or keep his X Division Championship?
Kazarian is involved in the storyline between AJ, Dixie, Angle and Daniels. Yet, he's the only wrestler in that angle to have gotten left out of the Bound For Glory Series! As a longtime Kazarian fan, that's upsetting to me.
Kazarian is a great worker and TNA has yet to realize his full potential. The BFG Series would've been a great way for Kazarian to showcase whether he has what it takes to become World Heavyweight Champion (Spoiler Alert: He does).
This one seems like a stretch, but it's worth a shot.
Apparently, rumors are that Hernandez has impressed someone within TNA enough to get a little push going. Which is the reason for his random match at Slammiversary and TV title shot on IMPACT.
Hernandez has been very close to the World Heavyweight Championship scene (Thanks to Feast or Fired) and it'd be interesting to see if "Super Mex" can hang.
Oh, come on! I can't be the only one that would think Kid Kash in the BFG Series would be awesome!
Imagine Kid Kash vs. Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy, Samoa Joe, RVD or Robbie E.
Kash is awesome!