TNA Bound for Glory 2012: What We Learned from Sunday's PPV Event

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TNA Bound for Glory 2012: What We Learned from Sunday's PPV Event

The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory.

Finally, we saw exactly what all the fuss was about.

Jeff Hardy is the new TNA World Champion.

And yes, we knew what his name was and oh, did Bully Ray deliver. Until we saw who the leader of Aces and Eights really was (Devon). Shock filled the arena in Phoenix.

There was a Matt Morgan sighting. There were a contract won by Joey Ryan, and we even got to see "Jesse" appear as Tara's boyfriend.

Four title changes in one night? Take that, WWE. I can honestly say that there is never a dull moment in TNA.

And of course, Austin Aries did exactly what I thought he would do: He proved he is one of the best wrestlers in the business today, even in defeat.

There was closure, there were questions answered and there was unfinished business that still needs to be decided.

This actually may have been as good as last year's PPV event. As of Thursday, it looked like TNA was going to seriously fail at reaching the mark. Yes, I was wrong. And yes, it set the company up nicely for the next two months to close out the year.

Oh, and Christy Hemme looked so hot!

Here is what we learned from the Bound for Glory PPV.

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