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Daniels’ PPV Record: 0-5
Kaz’s PPV Record: 0-3
Styles’ PPV Record: 4-4
Angle’s PPV Record: 2-3
Chavo’s PPV Record: First Bound for Glory
Hernandez’s PPV Record: 3-2
Titles Defended at PPV: 7 times (4 times successfully)
The AJ Styles/Christopher Daniels feud has been a long one. While it did get ridiculous at points, they were still producing great match after great match.
The best was without a doubt the Tag Team Championship match featuring Daniels, Kazarian, Styles and Kurt Angle at Slammiversary. Not only was it the Match of the Night, it’s a sure candidate for Match of the Year.
They produced another match again at No Surrender and will no doubt do it again here.
The addition of Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez adds a little more excitement to the match and I have a feeling that these six will be delivering the Match of the Night at Bound for Glory.
Looking at the history of the event, the titles, both TNA and NWA, have been defended at all previous seven events with four of the champions defending successfully. Hernandez has competed in three of those matches, retaining in 2007 with Homicide and last year with Anarquia, while failing to win the belts with Homicide in 2008.
History is slightly in favor of Daniels and Kazarian, but the odds are very much against them.
As for the winners, I can see new champions crowned here and those new champions will be Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez. I think they will win the match, which will take the titles out of the picture in the Styles/Daniels feud.
Then next month at Turning Point, the long standing feud between AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels will finally come to an end.
Winners and New Champions: Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez