Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jul 22, 2013
The Updated TNA Bound For Glory Series Standings

The Updated TNA Bound For Glory Series Standings

Here are the updated TNA Bound for Glory series standings:

Standings (Win-Loss records reflect singles matches only)
Magnus: (3-0) 49 Points
Samoa Joe: (3-0-1dr) 26 Points
Jeff Hardy: (3-0) 17 Points
Austin Aries: (2-1) 14 Points
Daniels: (2-0) 14 Points
A.J. Styles: (1-0-1dr) 12 Points
Ken Anderson: (1-1) 7 Points
Hernandez: (1-2) 7 Points
Bobby Roode: (0-3) 0 Points
Kazarian: (0-3) 0 Points
Jay Bradley: (0-3) 0 Points
Joseph Park: (0-3) -10 Points

Ongoing Series Results
TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Ken Anderson defeated Joseph Park via pin
TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Austin Aries defeated Jay Bradley via pin
TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Daniels defeated Hernandez via pin
TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Magnus defeated Kazarian via submission
TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: AJ Styles and Samoa Joe fought to a draw
TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Jeff Hardy defeated Bobby Roode via pin
iMPACT! World Tour in Ottumwa, IA 6.20.13: Magnus defeated Hernandez via pin
TNA iMPACT! 6.27.13: Magnus defeated Bobby Roode via pin
TNA iMPACT! 6.27.13: Samoa Joe defeated Ken Anderson via submission
iMPACT! World Tour in St. Joseph, MO 6.28.13: Samoa Joe defeated Kazarian via pin
TNA iMPACT! 7.04.13: AJ Styles defeated Kazarian via submission
TNA iMPACT! 7.04.13: Hernandez defeated Jay Bradley via pin
TNA iMPACT! 7.04.13: Jeff Hardy defeated Joseph Park via DQ
iMPACT! World Tour in Brooklyn, NY 7.05.13: Jeff Hardy defeated Austin Aries via pin
iMPACT! World Tour in White Plains, NY 7.06.13: Christopher Daniels defeated Joseph Park via pin
TNA iMPACT! 7.11.13: Magnus won a Joker’s Wild Gauntlet match to earn 25 points
TNA iMPACT! 7.18.13: Austin Aries defeated Bobby Roode via pin
iMPACT! World Tour in Danville, IL 7.19.13: Samoa Joe defeated Jay Bradley via pin

How Scoring Works
All matches have a 15-minute time limit
Submission Victory: 10 Points
Pinfall Victory: 7 Points
Countout Victory: 5 Points
DQ Victory: 3 Points
Draw: 2 Points
DQ Loss: -10 Points


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11 Responses to “The Updated TNA Bound For Glory Series Standings”

  1. Roid Master says:

    Please…no wagering!

  2. Philly_Cheese says:

    How exactly is magnus at 49 points with only 3 wins? Does anyone else not see the fact that out of 3 matches the highest possibility is 30 points, yet somehow he's 19 over that…

  3. OldManEaston says:

    I think the BFG series is ok, but it is still a little bit too hard to follow after all this time. A lot of it always seems like it is pulled out of somebodies rear end, and then conveniently gains momentum and wraps up over the last couple of weeks. I don't know why they don't just opt for a simple ranked double elimination (Since single would be too short without more competitors), or a round-robin format.

    • Agreed. While I think the BFG series is perhaps TNA's best thing going for them, it does need tweeked. Like some of the entrants just don't make sense storyline-wise.
      I know Magnus is getting a big push, but why is he in it?
      Why is Joe in it every year when he hasn't headlined anything since his fued with Kurt Angle?
      Why is there a 15 minute time limit?

      Fix the issues, or explain things a little better. And condense it a little so it's only a month long, not so spread out that you have to give such long-winded "catch-up" segments.

  4. whatsup121 says:

    Man this is terrible for Robert Rhoode guy

    Is still @ zero points so far , hope he starts

    Interfering in matchs , takes out the

    Ref to cause the 15 mins to expire

    And screws over other members in the

    BFG series like Magnus , Joe etc causing

    A big feud to happen

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