TNA Bound for Glory Results: 10 Reasons Event Was No Different from Last Year's

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TNA Bound for Glory Results: 10 Reasons Event Was No Different from Last Year's
TNA Bound for Glory 2010

Only a mere 24 hours removed from TNA's biggest event of the year, Bound for Glory, members of IWC express their one-shot reactions from the controversial fallout of last night's show, both positive and negative feedback alike.

Since transferring to the slogan of "Wrestling Matters" earlier this year, the TNA roster truly lived up to that standard with explosive wrestling from start to finish.

However, TNA is primarily known for screwing a perfect opportunity when given one, and many argue that was certainly the case following last night's TNA World Heavyweight Championship main event contest between Kurt Angle and Bobby Roode. Looking back at years past, I've come to realize that last night's spectacle was no different than previous annual events, despite my original thoughts that last night was something to be remembered rather than forgotten.

Join me as I take a trip down memory lane and look back at last night's less-than-desirable Bound for Glory event with their respective similarities that made last night just another uninspiring show. 

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