Bound for Glory 2011: Why the Bound for Glory Series Wasn't as Good as Expected

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Bound for Glory 2011: Why the Bound for Glory Series Wasn't as Good as Expected

The Bound For Glory Series, or BFG Series for short, was IMPACT Wrestling's hot new concept that took over most of the summer and spread into early fall.

The BFG Series would place the company's top 12 World Championship contenders in a point-based tournament. Different types of wins meant different amounts of points.

The four people with the highest scores before No Surrender would be the Final Four, with the other eight competitors being eliminated.

From there, the Final four would fight in singles elimination matches, still gathering as many points as possible.

The winner's prize? A World Heavyweight Championship match at the biggest stage of them all: Bound For Glory.

This concept was just picked up this past summer and I wonder if we'll see it again next year. I had some thoughts and issues about this past BFGS and why I don't think it was as good as expected.

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