TNA Wrestling: What Will Happen at Tonight's Bound for Glory PPV?

Steven ConeyCorrespondent IOctober 10, 2010

TNA's biggest PPV of the year, Bound For Glory, is tonight!
TNA's biggest PPV of the year, Bound For Glory, is tonight!

Triple Threat for the vacant TNA Title
Kurt Angle vs. Mr. Anderson vs. Jeff Hardy

I can only see Kurt Angle winning this one. TNA can’t afford to let him retire, and a decent title run from him might give the belt some prestige back after being treated horrifically over the past couple of months. I don’t get Anderson personally; he’s good on the mic but has always looked shabby in the ring to me, dating back to his WWE days. Hardy is a good performer but is so unreliable that they can’t trust him with the strap.

Monster's Ball Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Abyss
Abyss will reveal who "they" are.

This is a tough one to call. RVD’s first match back after Abyss put him out of action for a couple of months. I’m thinking that TNA will want to do this match again so I think that Abyss will reveal who “they” are and they’ll help him gain a controversial win which will allow them to set up a rematch sometime in the near future.

Lethal Lockdown Match
Fortune vs. EV2

I feel sorry for the members of Fortune, AJ Styles, and Beer Money in particular. They deserve to be challenging for titles at PPVS, not trying to make old, out of shape guys look good. Unfortunately, that’s what their job will be at Bound For Glory.

Dreamer and possibly Rhino are the only guys from EV2.0 that have any sort of future in TNA in my opinion, but the group has to disband. Watching guys like Raven, Sabu, and Stevie Richards taking on AJ will be painful, and they’ll have to make it overly hardcore to make EV2.0 look respectable. Either way, I see Fortune picking up the win and sending EV2.0 packing.

Sting, Kevin Nash, and The Pope vs. Jeff Jarrett and Samoa Joe

I hope to God that we find out what all this smoke and mirrors stuff is all about as it’s getting pretty tiring. I’ve heard people talking about the Hulk Hogan thing being a work, but I don’t think that’s a possibility. He’ll most likely send some sort of replacement and Jarrett and Joe will use him to help them gain victory. What they’re fighting for/against is anybody’s guess; I just hope we find out tonight so they stop wasting valuable TV time.

TNA Tag Team Titles
Motor City Machine Guns vs. Generation Me

I really, really hope they give this match a good 20 minutes. These two teams will put on an awesome match if they let them, and I just hope they do. Generation Me don’t really strike me as great heels and could use a manager to help them with their promos, but their in-ring work is exciting. I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the match of the night, and I can see the Motor City Machine Guns retaining their titles.

X Division Title
Jay Lethal vs. Douglas Williams

The X Division title has seen enough upheaval over the past few weeks. For that reason alone, I can only see a Jay Lethal victory here. Even TNA couldn’t book four title changes in a couple of weeks, surely?

TNA Knockouts Title with Mickie James as the special referee.
Angelina Love vs. Velvet Sky vs. Madison Rayne vs. Tara

I can’t see anything major happening in this match. I was thinking of possible swerves, but none of them really made sense so I’m going to say that Angelina Love will retain her title.

Team 3D will make a major announcement.

Who knows what this announcement will be. TNA often say they have announcements that will change things forever, and well, they very rarely change anything so I’m not expecting much. I hear they’ve just signed a new contract with TNA though so any retirement plans will be put on the backburner.

Eric Young & Orlando Jordan vs. Ink Inc

This is obviously just a match to fill up some time on the PPV. Their iMPACT! Match was alright, but I hate what they’re doing with EY. He’s a decent wrestler, and he’s constantly playing that stupid gimmick. I get the whole Orlando Jordan thing, but the fact that they have to accentuate his sexuality sort of tells you everything about his talents inside the ring. Seeing as Ink Inc have shown glimpses of a decent tag team, I’ll say that they pick up the victory.