The TNA Bound For Glory Series is under full swing! The format features 12 wrestlers competing for a World Title shot.
In the series, these wrestlers have experienced success, whether it is in TNA or elsewhere. For 2012, it has become an entertaining series to watch.
The following slideshow will present my predictions on who will win the Bound for Glory Series.
Just as the picture tells it all, Robbie E will more than likely not even come away with higher than seven points.
I never really understood why Robbie E was in the Bound For Glory Series in the first place, but his chances of actually getting out of last place are slim.
Look for Robbie E to lose almost all of his matches and make no impact on the Bound For Glory Series tournament.
On to a tiebreaker at No. 10.
Bully Ray is wrestling's best heel. He is playing that role to perfection as a bully in TNA Wrestling.
However, despite his harsh attitude and hard hits, Ray will not be a serious contender for the title shot as of this moment.
Christopher Daniels, who is involved in one of TNA's biggest storylines, will also more than likely not be a contender.
Though it is still early, both wrestlers are great talents for their characters but will not be highly sought in the series.
In my prediction, Magnus will see some victories and some close calls during this Bound For Glory Series.
I enjoy watching Magnus on television and pay-per-view.
He is a talented wrestler and was an excellent tag-team partner to both Douglas Williams and Samoa Joe.
He will finish this series at No. 9.
The Pope D'Angelo Dinero has been out of the TNA picture for quite some time.
He made his comeback to television when Impact! went live at the very end of May.
I am glad TNA is beginning to use The Pope once again.
He offers a certain excitement to a live crowd. He won't win the series but will see a few victories from it.
Although I would like to see him higher, AJ Styles will not be able to crack the Top Five list.
Styles, like Daniels, is heavily involved in a scandalous storyline.
For the past several weeks, this has caused Styles to become extremely distracted in the ring from all the rumors swirling around him.
With that, Styles will struggle but still make a competitive run in the series.
Coming in at No. 6 will be Rob Van Dam.
RVD has been used purely in just matches as of late, with no storyline or distractions around him.
This will enable him to score victories but still not earn a spot the Top Five list of my predictions.
Up next, No. 5!
Jeff Hardy is a fan favorite.
He is also a very athletic wrestler that will enable him to be at No. 5.
I do not believe the moment is right for Hardy to become World Champion in TNA, but he brings a ton to the table in this series.
Mr. Anderson will fall into fourth place in the series.
Coming in at No. 3 is Kurt Angle.
Angle should see a string of success in this tournament, but with his tag-team partner AJ Styles involved in trouble again, he could see some distraction in this series run.
In the last Bound For Glory Series, Samoa Joe mightily struggled.
However, it grew him into a whole new tough character.
Since then, Joe has been used more in TNA and is performing at a high rate.
That will enable him to finish off at No. 2 in a very strong run.
The No. 1 pick might have been a bit predictable, but James Storm is indeed deserving of a title shot.
I believe that Bobby Roode will continue to be World Champion for nearly a full year.
Storm and Roode will have their rematch, which would be an exciting one to watch at Bound For Glory.
Storm will capture the Bound For Glory Series and could become the new World Title holder.