Impact Bound for Glory PPV card finalized
Bound for Glory is coming at you hard this Saturday night (Oct. 24, 2020). Impact’s PPV card has been finalized, and the action should be hot and heavy. There will be four title bouts, a cinematic fight, the World’s Most Dangerous Man ready to rage, and a battle royal gauntlet.
The headliner will see Rich Swann out for revenge in an effort to win the Impact World Championship from the maniacal Eric Young. The champ sat down to share his thoughts about the match.
Young’s violence is not the problem. Young has taken control of his career. Young tried to give Swann the easy way out, but there have to be ramifications for breaking Young’s boundaries. Bodies will continue to pile up for those that get in his way. Now, Young will be vindictive with a purpose.
Swann attacked. The two grunted their way outdoors, and fisticuffs knocked the camera feed offline.
[email protected] insists from here on out his actions are @GottaGetSwann‘s responsibility. #IMPACTonAXSTV pic.twitter.com/sxA9hvhz4C
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) October 21, 2020
Aside from seeing Swann achieve vengeance and golden glory, another selling point has emerged in how violent Young will become at Bound for Glory.
The full card for Bound for Glory on October 24 is:
- Impact World Championship: Eric Young (c) vs Rich Swann
- Knockouts Championship: Deonna Purrazzo (c) vs Kylie Rae
- Tag Team Championship: Motor City Machine Guns (c) vs Good Brothers vs The North vs Ace Austin & Madman Fulton
- X-Division Championship Scramble: Rohit Raju (c) vs Jordynne Grace vs Willie Mack vs Chris Bey vs TJP vs Trey Miguel
- EC3 vs Moose at an undisclosed location
- Ken Shamrock vs Eddie Edwards
- Call Your Shot Gauntlet: Rhino at #1, Hernandez at #20, Heath, Tommy Dreamer, Brian Myers, Cody Deaner, Cousin Jake, Johnny Swinger, Alisha Edwards, Tenille Dashwood, plus 10 more. If Heath or Rhino win, then Heath gets a contract. If they don’t win, then Heath has no more opportunities with Impact and Rhino loses his contract.
Bound for Glory is available on PPV and Fite TV. The show begins at 8 pm ET on Saturday, October 24.
Does this lineup persuade you to open your wallet for Bound for Glory? Which match are you most looking forward to?
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