Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Oct 14, 2012
TNA Bound For Glory Results (10/14) – Devon Returns!

TNA Bound For Glory Results (10/14) – Devon Returns!

The TNA Bound for Glory pay-per-view opens with a video package highlighting the history of Bound For Glory as well as various talents talking about the importance of the night.

No pyro, but Mike Tenay welcomes us to Phoenix, Arizona for the biggest PPV of the year, Bound For Glory. The crowd seems pretty hot, and ready for some wrestling. Tenay immediately begins hyping the main event which will see TNA World Champion Austin Aries defending against Jeff Hardy. He also highlights the match that will see Bully Ray and Sting teaming up to take on Aces and 8’s. They’re heading straight into the matches though, as Rob Van Dam makes his way out for the first match of the evening.

TNA X Division Championship Match
– Zema Ion (c) vs Rob Van Dam

The crowd is solidly behind RVD as the bell rings. RVD and Zema lock up and RVD goes behind Ion. Ion turns things around, but RVD is able to take him over. Ion backs off and says RVD pulled his hair. Zema jaws with the crowd, and RVD pulls him back by the hair before slamming him into the turnbuckle and jumping off the middle rope with a single leg drop kick the sends Ion to the outside. RVD teases a dive, but Ion gets out of the way before he can leap. Ion gets back in the ring and is able to lock in a head lock, but RVD fights out, only to take a dropkick to the knee. RVD sends Ion into the corner, and Ion hits a crazy twisting press for a two count.

Ion mocks Van Dam, so RVD crotches him on the top rope, and wipes him out with another dropkick that sends him to the outside. Ion catches RVD with a shoulder to the gut, then a second. He leaps into the ring with a crazy DDT that’s good for another near fall. Ion beats on RVD in the corner with a series of stomps before sending RVD across the ring and running into a back elbow. RVD heads to the top, but Ion pushes him off into the guardrail. Ion dives over the top and wipes out RVD before mugging for the crowd.

Back in the ring Ion gets another two count. Ion chokes RVD on the middle rope before kicking him in the side of the head. Ion drives his shoulder into RVD’s back before blasting him with a big forearm to the side of the head. RVD reverses a whip across the ring and tries for a monkey flip, but Ion drops him down face first into the top turnbuckle before heading to the top and taking out RVD with a missile dropkick. Ion gets another near fall.

Ion sends RVD into the ropes and catches him in an abdominal stretch, wrenching away. RVD fights out of it and he and Ion trade rights. Ion kicks RVD in the gut, but ends up tossed up into the air and hit with a dropkick to the gut. Van Dam hits rolling thunder and heads to the top. He hits the five star frog splash and goes for the cover. RVD gets the three count.

Winner and NEW X Division Champion: Rob Van Dam


JB is backstage alongside Magnus. A fan from Twitter wants to know if it’s the most important match of Magnus’ career. Magnus says it’s the biggest night of the year for the company. The night when he gets the chance to become the World TV Champion. But tonight, he’s free, broken out of political prison. Joe can’t hide behind Hulk Hogan anymore. He asks how Joe can follow up his most disappointing loss.

TNA TV Championship Match
– Samoa Joe (c) vs. Magnus

Out first comes Magnus followed by the TNA TV Champion Samoa Joe. They lock up and trade holds before breaking. They lock up again and go to the corner before Magnus backs off. Another lock up and they go to the corner again. Joe with a back splash and a kick in the corner. Joe with right hands now. The referee backs Joe off and Magnus gets in a cheap shot. Magnus with uppercuts but Joe comes right back. Magnus with a clothesline. Magnus with knees and forearm shots in the corner. Joe comes back with right hands but Magnus drops him with a high knee.

Magnus with a big elbow to the back and another pin attempt. Magnus with more uppercuts. Joe fires back with open slaps but Magnus drops him with a big driver. 2 count for Magnus. Magnus rams Joe back into the corner. Joe runs into a boot but caches Magnus with an atomic drop. Joe with a senton for a close 2 count. Joe with a big snap slam for another pin attempt. Joe catches Magnus with a powerbomb for another 2 count. Joe goes for the crossface and locks it in. Magnus goes for the ropes but Joe pulls his arms back and tightens the hold. Magnus finally gets his legs to the ropes and breaks it.

Joe goes for the Musclebuster but Magnus rakes his eyes. They end up on the top and Joe headbutts him to the apron. Magnus with a big knee to the mouth and Joe falls to the mat. Magnus goes to the top for the elbow drop and nails it but Joe kicks out at 2. Joe gets riled up and fires away with rights. Joe goes for the rear-naked choke but it’s countered. 2 count by Magnus. Joe goes for the choke again but it’s blocked with a jawbreaker. Magnus takes out Joe’s knee and he goes down. Magnus goes for a Figure Four but Joe locks in the choke for the submission win.

Winner: Samoa Joe


JB interviews Bobby Roode. Roode says this hatred can change lives. They’ve hated each other their entire careers. If King Mo thinks he’s going to get in the way he’s got another thing coming. Roode reminds Storm that he’s never beaten him, and after the last time Roode won, he took his ball and went home, and after tonight, he’ll send him home forever.

Street Fight Match
Special Guest Enforcer King Mo
– James Storm vs. Bobby Roode

The bell rings and both men stare each other down while talking a little trash. Roode throws the first punch, but Storm backs him up with punches of his own and a clothesline. Storm heads into the corner and takes a couple of punches from Roode, but hits him with another clothesline and a big right hand in the corner before whipping him across the ring and hitting a big back body drop. Roode is able to back drop Storm to the floor, but he lands on his feet, yanks Roode out to the apron and kicks him in the head. Roode drops to the floor, and Storm takes him over into the guard rail before slamming him into the apron.

Roode is able to send Storm off for a bit, but a quick stare down with King Mo leads to another clothesline from Storm. Storm takes Roode around ringside and slams him into a chair, but Roode is able to whip Storm into the guardrail. Roode charges, but Storm catches him with a Russian leg sweep, driving Roode’s head into the guardrail. Storm points at the announce table and he tries for the eye of the Storm, but Roode drops out of it and hits him with an elbow to the face before catapulting him into the ring post.

Storm is bleeding from the forehead as Roode heads under the ring to grab a trash can. Roode grabs a chair a drives it into Storm’s midsection before whacking him across the back. Roode sends Storm back into the ring where a chair and trash can await before he grabs a kendo stick. Roode heads back into the ring and wedges a chair in the ropes in the corner. This allows Storm to grab the kendo stick and hit Roode across the back. Storm places the garbage can in between Roode’s legs and uses the kendo stick to swing for the fences.

Storm winds up with the trash can lid, but misses his shot and tumbles out to the entrance ramp. Roode goes for a trash can shot, but Storm catches him with a shoulder to the gut. Storm pulls Roode out through the ropes, with a suspension DDT a la Randy Orton, and drops him on the entrance ramp. Storm grabs a crutch from one of the fans in the audience and drives it into Roode’s gut.

Roode and Storm begin trading trash can lid shots, and Storm gets the better of the exchange before blasting Roode with a shot with the whole trash can. Roode is cut open, but Storm is pouring blood, his whole face is covered. Storm charges Roode, but gets put down with a spinebuster on the ramp. Storm falls out to the floor and Roode follows. Storm hits Roode with a right and takes a sip of a fans beer. Roode comes back and fights Storm around the ring, but Storm is able to slam Roode head first into the announcer’s table. Storm stands on top of the table and tries for a suplex, but Roode fights it off. The two trade rights, and Roode spears Storm off the announcer’s table and through another table beside it.

Roode brings things back into the ring and tries for a cover, but he’s only able to get a two count. Roode argues with Earl Hebner in the corner, and King Mo is in to break it up. Roode shoves Mo, so Mo shoves back, sending Roode into a code breaker from Storm. Storm gets to his feet and psychs himself up, hitting the last call superkick, but it’s not enough for a three count.

Storm tries for another superkick, but Roode catches his leg and tosses him head first into the chair wedged in the ropes in the corner. Roode grabs the tights, but Storm still kicks out at two. Roode seats Storm on the top turnbuckle before heading back to the outside under the ring. Roode grabs another chair and uses it to blast Storm across the back. He goes under the ring again and grabs a bag that’s filled with thumbtacks, spreading them all across the ring. Roode heads up after Storm and tries for the superplex, but Storm fights it off with rights, pushing Roode off into the thumbtacks.

Storm hits an elbow drop from the top rope, but it’s not enough to keep Roode down for a three count. Roode hits Storm with a low blow before bailing to the outside again. Roode has tacks stuck all over the back of his body. Roode grabs a six pack of beer bottles and heads back into the ring. He opens one, and tries to use it, but Storm hits him with a low blow. Storm grabs a beer and opens it, blasting Roode with a shot to the head. Storm picks Roode up and superkicks him into the pile of tacks. Storm goes for the pin, and gets the three count.

Winner: James Storm


JB is backstage along with Joey Ryan. Ryan says he just wants to speak the truth. The truth is he should have been handed a contract before ever appearing on Gut Check, but he went through with it, became a world wide trend on twitter, and had 87% of fans asking for him, but TNA said no. Tonight though, when he defeats Al Snow, he’ll become a full time member of the roster. Opposites attract, and on one hand you have the disgusting Al Snow, best known for talking to a head, and you have Joey Ryan, known for his good looks and rockstar charisma. Tonight, Joey Ryan is bringing sleazy back to Bound For Glory.

Joey Ryan vs. Al Snow

The bell rings, and Joey Ryan goes through the ropes and begs off before anything even starts. Al Snow gets down into referee’s position, and Joey goes for the advantage, but Snow takes Joey to the mat and slaps at his head. Ryan backs into the corner to force the ref to back Snow off. Snow gets down into position again and Ryan goes for a kick, but Snow catches his foot and slams him down to the mat. Ryan goes for a right, but Snow avoids it and slaps him in the mouth. Snow blasts Ryan with a shot to the back before taking him into the corner. Joey turns things around, but ends up getting slapped in the face.

Snow takes Ryan down to the mat after a series of elbows with a body slam. Snow drops an elbow on Ryan. Snow takes Ryan back down to the mat and locks in a front face lock. Ryan fights up to his feet and Snow grabs him by the hair, arguing with the ref. Ryan pulls Snow down to the mat by his hair before hitting him with a big right hand. Ryan executes a big suplex, but only gets a one count. Ryan hits Snow with a right hand before choking him with his boot in the corner. Ryan driver his shoulder into Snow’s gut in the corner before sending him across the ring and hitting him with a big right hand.

Snow is able to take Ryan down to the mat to turn the tide, before trapping Ryan’s arm and hitting him with a series of head butts. Snow grabs a hand full of Ryan’s chest hair before hitting the Snow plow, but Ryan is able to kick out at two. The crowd chants that they want Head, so Snow bails to the outside and goes under the ring where he comes up with the familiar weapon. Snow brings it back into the ring and the ref grabs it, allowing Joey to shove Snow into the ref. Joey hits Ryan with a big dropkick that sends him to the outside. Ryan grabs Head and kisses it before tossing it aside. Ryan goes for a baseball slide and Snow traps him in the ring apron before hitting him with a series of clubbing blows.

Snow grabs Head, but Matt Morgan comes out of nowhere to wipe out Snow. Morgan sends Snow back into the ring where he’s pinned by Joey Ryan. Ryan gets the three count.

Winner and NEW TNA Roster member: Joey Ryan

Following the match, Ryan hugs Morgan’s leg before standing and shaking Morgan’s hand.


JB is backstage with Kazarian and Christopher Daniels. Kaz says they aren’t influenced by Twitter or the fans. A lot of people consider them a bad influence. Daniels says bad meaning good. Daniels says everyone wants to be where they are. They’ve already beaten both teams one at a time, and now the deck is stacked. Daniels doesn’t care because on the biggest stage of TNA history, the best tag team in the business is going to eat them alive and wash them down with a delicious beverage.

TNA Tag Team Championship
Triple Threat Tag Match
– Christopher Daniels & Kazarian (c) vs. Kurt Angle & AJ Styles vs. Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez

The bell rings and Styles and Chavo look like they’ll be kicking things off. We get a lock up and Chavo goes behind Styles. A little bit of chain wrestling and Chavo takes AJ down to the mat. AJ fights back to his feet and sends Chavo into the ropes, but he runs into a shoulder block, and a side headlock. AJ sends Chavo off the ropes and takes him off his feet before locking in a head lock of his own. Styles his Chavo with a big shoulder block before taking Chavo into the corner and tagging Angle in. Angle blasts Chavo with a big uppercut before stomping away at him in the corner.

Angle slams Chavo to the mat, but Daniels tags Angle from behind. Angle slams Daniels into his own corner and AJ makes the tag. AJ comes in and Chavo takes over, making the tag to Hernandez, who comes in with a bear hug before hitting a big overhead release suplex. Hernandez tags in Chavo who comes in with a slingshot splash before letting Hernandez slam him down on top of AJ. Hernandez tags back in and comes in with a big splash on AJ. Kaz makes the tag and beats on AJ for a bit before being caught with a dropkick. AJ brings things to his corner to make the tag to Angle. Angle takes Kaz down to the mat before being pushed into the corner for Chavo to make the tag. Chavo beats down Kaz in the corner, stomping away at him before sending him into his own corner to make the tag to Hernandez. Hernandez comes in and drops Kaz with a big backbreaker across his shoulder.

Chavo tags back in and hits a running leg drop which is good for a near fall. Daniels tags in, but so does Styles. Daniels is able to take Styles down to the mat, but Styles takes Daniels over with a head scissors. He’s caught out of nowhere by a clothesline from Kaz on the outside. Daniels takes Styles down to the mat and makes the tag, hitting an elbow drop followed by Kaz’s leg drop which is good for a two count. Daniels tags back in and kicks away at AJ before Kaz tags back in and we get some double team combo work. Kaz goes for the pin but it’s broken up by Chavo. Kaz sends Styles into the corner, monkey flipping him, but Styles lands on his feet. Angle and Daniels tag in and Angle suplexes just about everyone before being taken out by a dive from Daniels to the outside. Hernandez in kind dives out on top of Daniels.

Kaz heads to the top, but he’s dumped to the outside and lands hard with a thud. Styles goes to the top rope, leaping from rope to rope before springboarding to the outside on top of Hernandez, Daniels, and Kaz. Chavo and Angle back in the ring and Chavo hits two suplexes, but gets hit with an Angle slam before he can hit the third. Angle goes up, but he’s stopped by Hernandez. Styles makes the blind tag and pulls Angle down. Hernandez breaks a double clothesline, but falls to a double suplex. Chavo sidesteps Kurt and Angle falls to the outside. Styles sends Chavo from the ring, but he’s dropped by Kaz. Daniels hits the BME, but Styles kicks out!

Chavo blasts Daniels and heads to the top, pushing Kaz out to the floor and following him, leaping off the top. Daniels tries for Angle’s wings, but Styles blocks it and hits the moonsault reverse DDT out of the corner. Styles tries for the Styles clash, but Hernandez tags in and hits Daniels with a big shoulder block, then a Border toss. Chavo hits the frog splash, and Hernandez gets the three count.

Winners and NEW TNA Tag Team Champions: Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez

Following the match, Christy Hemme interviews Chavo and Hernandez. Chavo says they said they’d do it, and they deliver. Viva la Raza, Viva Guerrero. He and Hernandez celebrate all the way to the back.

TNA Knockout Championship Match
– Miss Tessmacher (c) vs. Tara

Booke and Tara stare each other down and Brooke shoves Tara away. Brooke tries for a roll up, but can’t get it. Tessmacher even dances in Tara’s face before going for another pin. Brooke hits a headscissors that sends Tara to the outside. Brroke chases Tara around the ring, then pulls the ref in front of her for the distraction. This allows Tara to hit a baseball slide to send Brooke from the apron to the outside. Tara follows and slams Brooke’s face into the apron before picking her up and dropping her down face first on the apron. Tara sends things back into the ring, following herself.

Tara beats on Brooke in the corner, driving her shoulder into Brooke’s midsection. She drags her out of the corner, but Brooke is able to roll Tara up for a one count. Tara mounts Brooke from behind and rubs her face down into the mat before pulling her back by her hair. Tara tries for the pin and gets a two count. Tara sends Brooke into the corner but runs into a big boot. Brooke hits a headscissors that transitions into a DDT. Tara and Brooke trade blows before slamming each other’s faces into the canvas. They fight up to their feet where Brooke hits a couple of clotheslines and a running forearm.

Brooke takes Tara down to the mat and heads for the top rope, hitting a top rope hurricanrana. Tara hits Brooke with a back elbow before seating her on the top turnbuckle. Tara follows up, but ends up shoved back down to the mat. Brooke stands on the top and goes for an elbow drop, but Tara moves and Brooke crashes to the mat. Tara tries for the widow’s peak, connecting. Tara pins Brooke and gets the three count.

Winner and NEW TNA Knockouts Champion: Tara

After the match Tara requests the mic. She says she’s been so inspired lately, but she hasn’t done it for these people. She’s done it for her Hollywood boyfriend. We might have seen him on TMZ, he’s kind of a big deal. Tara wants to take this moment to introduce Hollywood’s biggest star. Her Boo. From Big Brother, Jesse!

– Footage is shown of last night’s TNA Hall of Fame induction of Sting. Footage is shown of Lex Lugar speaking, and Hulk Hogan, and Dixie Carter telling stories. We also get a snippet of Sting’s acceptance speech. It all looks pretty nice.

Sting & Bully Ray vs. Aces & 8’s

Sting and Bully Ray are the first team to make his way out for the No DQ tag match. Ray turns around and he’s got his face painted up, more like a Road Warrior than Sting, but I guess it’s the thought that counts.

Aces and 8’s are introduced next, and a couple of guys make their way out through the crowd dragging a beat up Joseph Parks with them. They bring Parks to the ringside area and handcuff him to the barricade. Sting and Bully make their way out to attack. They take the members of Aces and 8’s around the ringside area, slamming them into the ring steps and barricade. Sting slams one of the members through part of the remaining table from Roode/Storm earlier. Ray catches a couple of punches from the guy he’s fighting, getting his head slammed into the ring steps. Sting ends up slammed head first into the announcer’s table.

Sting is able to fight back and hold one of the members of Aces and 8’s up, allowing Bully to hit a flying axe handle smash from the ring steps. Bully picks up part of the table and smashes it over one of the guys’ heads. Bully tries to whip one of the guys into the ring steps, but it’s reversed and Bully eats the steps. Sting tries for a splash, but the guy moves and Sting crashes into the guardrail. Aces and 8’s bring things back into the ring where they slam Sting down to the mat. I’m just going to call them #1 and #2. #1 hits a short arm clothesline and pins Sting for a two count.

#2 tags in and launches #1 into Sting in the corner before hitting a big clothesline for a two count. #2 hits a big boot to take Sting to the mat for another two count. #1 tags back into the match and slams Sting down to the mat hard before trying for an elbow drop. He misses and Sting comes back, locking in the scorpion death lock. #2 breaks it up, and #1 tries for a suplex, Sting lands on his feet and hits the scorpion death drop.

Both men make the tag and Bully goes to twon on #2, hitting him with a series of strikes and kicks before hitting him with a neck breaker and a big shoulder block. Bully eats a knee to the back from the outside, and Aces and 8’s double team Bully until he connects with a double clothesline and a big splash to #2 for a two count. #1 is in and he blasts Ray with a couple of punches to the face while #2 fights with Sting on the outside. #1 grabs a chair and brings it into the ring, but he runs into a big boot from Bully. Another one of the Aces and 8’s comes in and low blows Bully from behind.

#3 spits at Parks, and Parks freaks out, breaking the handcuffs and making his way into the ring. He chases #3 up the entrance ramp, beating him all the way toward the back. Back in the ring, Bully and Sting are distracted and they’re taken out by both members of Aces and 8’s. Ray tosses #2 from the ring and gets #1 on his shoulders, setting Sting up to hit the doomsday device clothesline. Ray and Sting send #2 across the ring and Ray and Sting both splash him.

Ray bails to the outside to grab a table and the crowd goes nuts. Bully brings the table back into the ring and sets it up right in the middle of the ring. Bully picks up #2, but #1 pulls Sting from the ring and drives him into the barricade. Another member of Aces and 8’s makes his way into the ring and drives Ray down through the table. #2 makes the pin, and gets the three count.

Winners: Aces and 8’s

More members of Aces and 8’s head into the ring following the match, and Hogan’s music hits.

Hogan heads down to the ring, laying out members of Aces and 8’s on his way to the ring with right hands. #4 tries to beat down Hogan, but he shakes everything off and points at #4. He hits him with a series of rights and tries to his the big boot, hitting him somewhere around the belly button. Hogan asks the crowd if they want him to pull off the mask. Hogan pulls it off and pulls off the bandana as well, revealing Devon. Devon smiles and laughs before simply walking out of the ring, saying it was always him.

Ray, Hogan and Sting are in shock in the ring as the audience boos and Tenay and Taz talk about how shocked they are. Tenay reminds everyone that this means that Aces and 8’s has full access to TNA now.


JB is standing backstage with Austin Aries. Aries says every time he says something, he says something he’s not supposed to. Hardy has been working toward this for a long time, and needs this for his redemption. The problem is he’s got to go through the greatest man who ever lived. Tonight, he’s going to do things with anger, like he did on Thursday. This is not Hardy’s redemption song, it’s just another chapter in Aries’ story.

– This leads us into a video package that highlights Hardy’s road to this match, and Aries’ defiance at being part of Hardy’s ‘road to redemption’.

TNA Championship Match
– Austin Aries (c) vs. Jeff Hardy

JB does formal ring introductions for both men, and we’re ready to kick things off in our main event of the evening.

Following ring introductions, the crowd seems more behind Aries, but I’m sure it’ll change several times during the match. The bell rings and we get some dueling chants from the crowd. We get a lock up and Aries backs Hardy up into the corner, getting shoved back hard by Hardy. Another lock up and Aries takes Hardy down to the mat, clamping on a head lock. Hardy fights to his feet and tries to send Aries across the ring, but Aries hangs on to the head lock. Aries locks on a body scissors, but Hardy slaps Aries to force him out of the ring to the entrance ramp.

Another lock up and Hardy backs Aries into the corner. Hardy breaks clean, but Aries shoves him away and talks a bit of trash. Aries calls for a test of strength, but Hardy kicks him in the gut before slamming him into the corner turnbuckle, then taking him across the ring. Aries takes Hardy over with a side head lock. Hardy clamps on a head scissors and Aries leaps out and tries for a dropkick, but Hardy rolls out of the way. Hardy stomps at Aries in the corner before blasting him with a couple of big rights.

Aries sends Hardy out to the apron and Hardy comes back in with a roll up, but Aries jumps out and connects with a dropkick that rocks Hardy. Aries leaps over the top rope and comes down with an elbow to Hardy’s throat before doing a victory lap, and then doing it in reverse. Aries heads back into the ring, stopping to prop himself on the top turnbuckle. Hardy charges in but Aries avoids it. Aries tells the ref to back Hardy up, but Hardy chages in and kicks the rope into Aries’ groin on his way in. Hardy hits a brainbuster which is good for a two count. Aries rolls to the outside and Hardy hits a dropkick through the ropes.

Hardy mocks Aries before leaping from the apron to the outside with a double axe handle sash. Hardy goes for the steps, but Aries cuts him off. Aries tries to whip Hardy into the steps, but it’s reversed. Hardy sends Aries into the barricade before leaping off the ring steps and crushing Aries into the barricade again. Hardy sends Aries back into the ring and he goes for the pin but he’s only able to get a two count. Aries whips Hardy across the ring and runs into a back elbow, but he avoids the whisper in the wind. Aries heads to the middle rope and drops an elbow which is good for a two count.

Aries drops his knee into Hardy’s spine, then hits an elbow for another two count. Aries drops an elbow to the top of Hardy’s head. Aries hits Hardy with a big right hand before sending him into the corner. Aries runs into a big boot, but when Hardy tries for a splash, Aries gets his knees up and Hardy crashes down into them. Aries picks Hardy up and drops him with a backbreaker across the knee. Aries locks in a seated abdominal stretch, wearing away Hardy before going for the pin and getting two.

Aries kicks away at Hardy while the fans go nuts. Aries takes Hardy into the corner and buries his shoulder in Hardy’s midsection. Aries hits the snap mare out of the corner before hitting a dropkick from the second rope to the back of Hardy’s head, which is good for another two count. Aries tries for the brainbuster, but Hardy fights it off. Hardy drops Aries with a sit out front suplex.

Hardy hits a couple of rights, but he’s dropped by an Aries clothesline. Aries heads to the apron and hits a slingshot corkscrew press for another near fall. Aries puts on a front face lock to continue to wear away at Hardy. Aries goes for the knees to the top of the head, but it’s blocked by Hardy. Hardy fights up to his feet and ducks a clothesline, launching Aries across the ring. Aries looks stunned.

Areies and Hardy trade rights and Hardy takes Aries out with a running forearm. Aries gets his boot up in the corner, but leaps down into an atomic drop. Hardy hits a couple of boots and a low dropkick for a two count. Hardy slams Aries from corner to corner before connecting with the whisper in the wind. Hardy goes for the pin but only gets a two count.

Hardy tries for the twist of fate, but he’s pushed away. Hardy is able to send Aries to the outside with a headscissors. Hardy leaps over the top, but Aries slides back into the ring to avoid it. Aries leaps out through the bottom and middle rope to sandwich Hardy against the barricade. Aries rolls back into the ring.

Hardy gets to his feet, and Aries launches himself through the ropes again. He gets Hardy back into the ring, but he can’t keep him down for a three count. Aries clamps on the front face lock and floats over into the last chancery. Hardy gets his leg on the ropes to force a break. Aries picks Hardy up to his feet and tosses him out on the entrance ramp.

Aries tries for the brainbuster, but Hardy floats over. Hardy tries for a twist of fate, but Aries pushes him off and clotheslines him hard. Aries drops Hardy with a neckbreaker, dropping the back of his head on the entrance ramp. Aries heads to the top rope and leaps off with a missile dropkick. Hardy struggles to his feet in the corner and blocks the dropkick with a boot to the face. Hardy and Aries trade rights in the middle of the ring. Hardy gets the upper hand, but runs into an elbow. Hardy hits the twist of fate out of nowhere but still can’t get three. Hardy heads up to the top. Aries dives into the ropes and Hardy is crotched in the corner. Aries connects with a crazy top rope super hurricanrana.

Aries charges in with the corner dropkick and hits the brainbuster, but Hardy is still able to kick out at three! Aries seats Hardy on the top turnbuckle and tries for a double foot stomp, but misses. Hardy is able to connect with a stunner, and a twist of fate. Hardy heads up to the top again and connects with the twist of fate, pinning Aries for the three count.

Winner and NEW TNA World Champion: Jeff Hardy

Mike Tenay and Taz thank the fans as Jeff Hardy celebrates with the TNA World Title to end the show.

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27 Responses to “TNA Bound For Glory Results (10/14) – Devon Returns!”

  1. vantheman77 says:

    I called it that D-Von would be part of the Aces and Eights as a member and inside man. How much you want to bet that Hulk Hogan and Sting will confront Garret Bischoff as another inside man on next week's post-BFG Impact?

    • andy3323 says:

      Wouldn't be shocked if they did, only makes sense…….I am looking forward to hearing more from Devon.

      Also, wondering where they will go with Matt Morgans apparent heat with TNA based on what he was saying when they zoomed in on him and helping Joey Ryan…..wondering if we will see this intersect at all, guys that feel as if they were screwed by TNA (including perhaps JJ and EB at some point being the puppet masters) trying to regain control.

      I am sure this was just the tip of the iceburg.

      • vantheman77 says:

        If this leads to the schism in TNA where we have people who used to work for TNA vs. the people who currently work for TNA, then all the better. It reminds me of X-Men: Schism by Marvel.

        D-Von being part of the Aces and Eights reminds me of Aqualad joining the Light from Young Justice Invasion.

        • Dante_Cross says:

          Well aqualad is being played as a triple agent, and Devon was double agent I guess, but for the other guys. So the comparison is effy but I get what ya mean.

        • andy3323 says:

          Glad I picked that PPV to buy, I'll be honest, I have told myself for YEARS I'd someday put the money into buying a PPV wrestling event, decided to make this one the one and I wasn't let down.

          I recall at one point someone, maybe Hogan, EB, someone along those lines saying things aren't what they seem, things could turn upside down, at least something to that tune. Well, how much would it mess with people having the Ace's & 8's turn out to be guys like Devon and other names people have said 'why are they gone?? get them back!' and suddenly these guys show up and take on the management people have been criticizing and suddenly you find yourself pulling for them almost in a way people started buying NWO merchandise, looking forward to their antics, etc. Imagine if Amazing Red, MCMG, etc showed up at some point? People would eat that up.

          And let's face it, no matter who predicting what and such, they have been playing us like a fiddle with twitter and other social sites, we are having a hard time telling legit rants online vs. works.

          • weasel6666 says:

            "And let's face it, no matter who predicting what and such, they have been playing us like a fiddle with twitter and other social sites, we are having a hard time telling legit rants online vs. works. "

            you've said it, awesome job TNA

  2. Ringmaster44 says:

    One of the best ppvs tna has had in ages hands done not a dud in the bunch. Storm/roode MOTY contender in my opinion mad props to roode taking the tacks, Devon was a blindside suprise, no one can say they predicted that, we were all way off. greatly dissapointed in aries loss as i love him so but a fantastic main event with the finish i expected. No abyss? Awesome show tho

    • tnadude says:

      Actually heard Devon predicted earlier today on Sirius-XM radio. Was like WTF does this guy know??? That said, I'm still hoping Devon is reporting to "higher-ups" that still need to be revealed.

      The issue here is that I just don't see Devon carrying this angle out on his own. It took Hogan, Bischoff, Hall & Nash to build the nWo. Do we really think Devon is going to do it with a few no-names?

      The rest of the PPV was off the charts. Hats off to Tessmacher. By far her best match. By far. Storm/Roode MOTY as you stated. Hardy & Aries had a difficult time getting past the crowd but in the end delivered a solid match. Tag title match was fantastic.

      The only match that didn't deliver was Snow & Ryan, but that match wasn't going to deliver anyway. The Aces & 8s match was good, but had a lousy ending.

      • vantheman77 says:

        I can't see D-Von as the leader of the Aces and Eights. But rather a member and one of the inside men.

        • Ringmaster44 says:

          Maybe its all guys theyve let go that ppl wanted to stay. theyve become with using twitter and internet like devon and morgan to make us think theyve parted ways. Like motorcity machineguns could easily be the next to be revealed, and theyre just all mad about getting mistreated and formed this alliance of aces and eights, morgan could be the leader or member that doesnt ear mask, idk just thots on where its headed

  3. Ryuho121 says:

    Let the bitching about hardy comence

  4. Leg Drop Jobber says:

    I thought it might be Devon! I'm glad they're FINALLY giving him a shot with a worthy angle! He has every reason to do all this stuff. Bully got a push, he didn't. They let his contract expire and took the TV Title from him. Now all they need to do is explain his "crew," how and why he assemble it and reveal who they are.

    My only issue with the PPV was the match order. I understand the X Division match as an opener, considering it was just booked on Impact. I thought the Storm/Roode match should have been higher in the card. It was impossible for a Tessmacher match to keep the crowd alive after a match that intense.

    I loved the main event. I'm not so sure a title change was necessary. I don't consider this redemption for Hardy. He has a long way to go to be considered "redeemed." He doesn't really need the title. I hope Aries wins it back quickly.

    Tag match was good, but that spot off the ring apron that Hernandez botched nearly killed Kazarian. I question why Hernandez and Chavo leave with the belts, but at least it establishes them as an official tag team.

    Joe vs. Magnus was pretty good. I like Magnus and this whole "Mag Daddy" persona he's starting to build for himself. I like that Joe is consistently winning his matches with submission moves. After all, he is the "Samoan Submission Machine."

    My only real complaint is that the Hall Of Fame ceremony looked pretty cheap. I'm no so sure a company that has only been around for 10 years is ready to pull that off like it's a really big deal. However, I'm glad to see Sting get such a great show of respect.

    • tnadude says:

      The match order was actually spot-on. Storm / Roode were going to spoil anything that came after them, as was the tag-title match. You could have switched the two, but then you could argue the tag-title match deserved a later order.

      I said over and over that Joey Ryan & Al Snow did not belong at BFG. But TNA proved me wrong, so I'll man-up on it. The match was not put on because it was a high-profile match. It was used as filler since there was no way the match behind Storm & Roode was going over anyway. The match itself was the least impressive of the night, but served it's purpose well which is what counts. So props to TNA.

      Just goes to show why Hogan, Pritchard & Bischoff are booking and not me!

      • Leg Drop Jobber says:

        Look at what you stated again.. "Storm / Roode were going to spoil anything that came after them, as was the tag-title match." That should tell you the match should have been HIGHER ON THE CARD. You don't get a crowd on the edge of their seats, then BORE THEM.

        During the KO's match, the crowd went DEAD. That alone tells me that Roode/Storm KILLED any opportunity the KO's match had. If those two matches had been switched (in the least) the KO's would have seemed a little more exciting. I'm sorry, but Tessmacher's ass just isn't enough to make a KO's match important and neither was the Jesse Goddard "payoff."

        I enjoyed Al Snow and Joey Ryan, but again… it just seemed bland after that epic brawl Roode/Storm had.

        We're talking about a match that has been built up FOR THE LAST YEAR. That match should have co-headlined the show at mininum. Who co-headlined the show again? OH YA, HOGAN AND STING.

        That matches biggest competition was Hardy/Aries. That should tell you something right there.

        You don't just get the crowd amped up with a brawl like that, then bring them back down and literally kill them with a Tessmacher match. By the end of that match, Tara-who was booked as the heel had the crowd behind her, wishing she'd take the belt off "Kurt Russell," as Roid Master would say.

        In response to another post about Hardy winning the belt… I get it. He's top merchandising guy. However, he doesn't NEED the title. The only thing that bothers me about him winning is the fact that Aries needed the belt a bit longer to cement his identity as a TOP PLAYER and not a FLUKE, like they built him to be in the last couple weeks… jobbing the champ to Bully Ray, Jeff Hardy… Now his victory over Roode DOES sort of look like a FLUKE.

    • Raincold57 says:

      wwe didnt do the hall of fame thing till the mid 2000's and they have been around since the 70's so in another 10 years you probaly see that in tna

      • Bigmike885 says:

        acctually they've been doing the HOF since 93 when they put Andre was a suit and tie event that wasnt televised..they did it till the late 90's and then started it back up again…

  5. Bigmike885 says:

    the PPV was very VERY good, but man, Devon was a letdown..but in reality who could it have been? Nobody from WWE was jumping ship..Bully was to obvious…I dunno…i love the story, but i just dont see the payoff being that great.

    • Raincold57 says:

      if it was eric bischoff or jarret ppl would being having bitch fits no matter who it was ppl will complain but i liked it tna has done a great job with guys like morgan and devon who everybody thought were not in tna anymore and they fooled everybody.. an just so u know devon is a member not the leader

      • Bigmike885 says:

        im not even bitching..but the only problem with this whole angle is they based it off the NWO…and most people are/were exepcting the same payoff as the NWO..and thats not going to happen. Theres noone out there that would make it that big. I never said Devon was the leader, but this is TNA"s biggest show of the year..big show should equal big pay happy to see Devon back.

  6. Firestormdzl says:

    This is not just a very good ppv. This is an extremely awesome ppv. I always have a high expectation for BFG and BFG always stays beyond my expectation. Devon really shocks me a lot and Morgan. I still wish Tessmacher were to be the heel one not Tara. Overall, as I mention earlier. This is one extremely awesome PPV.

  7. Ringmaster44 says:

    Anyone notice that parks fought the guy to the back not to be seen again? And wheres the abyss return that was expected? Abyss is with aces and eights as leader got a feeling there building something with him just a matter of what_

  8. jbcissom says:

    I gotta be honest, some of you guys' comments is hilarious.

    Seriously, think about it. Devon is not the leader. Devon is the mouthpiece. But the "leader" that Hogan and Sting spoke with will probably be revealed within the month.

    And if you saw the promotional poster for Turning Point when it was released over a month ago, you knew A&8 was going to win the match. I'm glad that neither Bully nor Sting turned. I'm starting to think Angle may be involved somehow. TNA is showing Brisco guy playing tag-a-long with Angle, and he's a member of the group (I think the one of the promotional poster).

    • Raincold57 says:

      yeah some fans on video reviews are complaining and say oh it was a letdown wah wah wah..who do they expect?? would they rather have more bischoff? jarret? hell ppl said if it was bully it would be boring and anti climatic so who did they expect? steve austin? hbk? they should get real…an ppl think devon is the leader shows how dumb they are he is a member not the leader but ppl are so whinny they look past that

  9. Raincold57 says:

    Great ppv!!! roode vs storm is match of the year along with samoa joe vs aries, roode vs aries, aj and kurt vs kaz and daniels

  10. jdwolfie says:

    I'm actually pretty dissapointed that at least one member of Aces and Eights is Devon. His TV Title reign was boring as hell and he was terrible on the mic. I hope there are more members besides Devon and possibly Garret? I was hoping for a really big star on the scales of a Hogan or Flair. And I really hate the fact that Matt Morgan is back but I shouldn't be surprised considering they came out with a new wrestling figure of him.

  11. weasel6666 says:

    Amazing job by TNA for giving back to the wrestling fans genuine surprises. All the misinformation on the dirt sheets and on the social networks have contribute for a better TNA product. Matt Morgan and Devon returns to TNA were brilliant, because everybody thought they were no longer under contract with TNA. It make us guess whats going to happen next. Velvet Sky is still under contract with TNA? What other news about TNA are actually real? I must say that i like this moment that TNA is living right now. And by the way, great BFG.

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