Impact Wrestling Bound For Glory
October 25, 2020
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Don Callis and Matt Striker are the announcers for the pre-show.
The pre-show was mostly video packages and analysis. Bret Hart sent in a video for Ken Shamrock’s Hall Of Fame induction. Later in the show, they showed videos from Mick Foley, Ariel Helawani, Bas Rutten and Chael Sonnen.
The Rascalz vs. The Deaners
The Deaners won the match with a modified assisted side slam. It was pointed out during commentary that the winners of the match could be in contention for the World Tag Team Titles so that could be the direction for them.
Josh Mathews and Don Callis are the announcers for the main show.
Impact X-Division Championship – Six-Way Scramble
Rohit Raju (Champion) vs. Chris Bey vs. Jordynne Grace vs. TJP vs. Trey Miguel vs. Willie Mack
The match was incredible and it would be great if they did it again when fans are allowed back at shows. Late in the match, TJP had the ankle lock submission on Grace but she slipped out of it and Miguel was locked in until Grace hit TJP with a senton splash.
At 20 minutes into the match, Raju retained the title via pin.
In a backstage segment, Rosemary and John E. Bravo decided that they would get married in the wrestling ring. Several wrestlers were partying in the back during this segment.
Then they cut to Heath Slater and Rhino. There was a production mistake as the director could be heard giving them the cue to talk.
Call Your Shot Gauntlet Match
Acey Romero vs. Alisha Edwards vs. Brian Myers vs. Havok vs. Heath vs. Hernandez vs. Larry D vs. Rhino vs. Taya Valkyrie vs. Tenille Dashwood vs. Tommy Dreamer vs. Shawn Daivari vs. Swoggle vs. Kiera Hogan vs. Taya Valkyrie vs. Fallah Bah, James Storm vs. Adam Thronstone vs. Luster The Legend, Sami Callihan vs. Hernandez
Shawn Daivari and Swoggle were two of the surprise entrants. Tommy Dreamer walked out to the ring in a Road Warrior Animal t-shirt and the Animal paint. He also had a Road Warrior haircut.
Heath was eliminated by Callihan so Heath won’t be getting a contract. Callihan, Storm, Rhino and Heath were the final four wrestlers in the match. The final two were Rhino and Callihan and this is when this turned into a regular match where the winner could win via regular match rules. Rhino pinned Callihan to win the match and a trophy. He will get a future title shot.
The North gave a great backstage interview. They were interviewed by Gia Miller.
EC3 vs. Moose
This match started with Moose arriving at a building and EC3 was shown in a dark fight club setting beating up unamed guys in a ring. EC3 said earlier this week that WWE took his idea and turned it into Lucha Underground.
Moose walked into the building and he walked past some people that were kind of dressed like WWE’s Retribution stable. The match started in the dark ring with punches and a Rock Bottom for Moose. A few minutes into the match, EC3 was busted open and he had blood all over his forehead and face.
At one point, EC3 grabbed the TNA Title and said that Moose did not deserve that title. he put over the prestige of the title and the major names that held it at one time. Late in the match, EC3 yelled “yes!” when Moose asked if the TNA title is what he wants. EC3 was knocked to his knees and then told Moose to control his narrative. Moose then knocked him out with the TNA Title.
Eddie Edwards vs. Ken Shamrock
The first few minutes consisted of MMA moves and holds. Late in the match, Edwards hit a sit-down powerbomb but Shamrock countered into an arm submission. Moments later, Edwards hit a Backpack Stunner but Shamrock no-sold it and the locked in a sleeper hold but Edwards broke free with a headbutt.
Edwards eventually locked in the Boston Crab and he had the match won but the lights went out and Callihan appeared in the ring with the baseball bat but Edwards pulled out a kendo stick and he used it to knock Callihan out of the ring. Shamrock recovered and hit a belly to belly suplex, followed by the ankle lock. Edwards tapped out so Shamrock won.
Impact World Tag Team Championship – Four-Way Tag Team Match
The Motor City Machine Guns (Champions) vs. The Good Brothers vs. The North vs. Ace Austin & Madman Fulton
Shelley was immediately taken out of the match by The North by a piledriver on the stage. referee, trainers and officials ran out to check on Shelley. Sabin had to continue the match without his partner.
The North won thanks to a belt shot to the head to Karl Anderson from Ethan Page.
There was another backstage segment with Bravo, Taya, Rosemary and Havok.
Impact Knockouts Championship
Deonna Purrazzo (Champion) vs. Su Yung (replacing Kylie Rae)
Purrazzo was introduced first. Rae did not come out to the ring when her music was played. Purrazzo said she knew this could happen so she challenged any man or woman to walk out for this match. Su Yung answered the challenge. This was very odd because the announcers talked like they had no idea what happened to Rae and there was nothing done in a pre-tape to explain her absence.
Late in the match, the referee took a bump because of an accidental kick to the face from Purrazzo. Yung had the match won after hitting a package piledriver but the referee was out of it. Kimber Lee took a chair and hit Yung’s back. Purrazzo then went for a stomp off the middle rope but Yung countered and sprayed Lee in the eyes with mist but Purrazzo was able to lock in an armbar while Yung locked in the mandible claw. Purrazzo broke free and then she hit a pair of kicks to the face, Yung fought back with a Stunner and the Panic Switch. Yung won to become the champion.
Impact World Championship
Eric Young (Champion) vs. Rich Swann
Swann was in great shape and Don Callis noted that he put on 25 pounds of muscle during his injury recovery.
Young dominated most of the first half of the match and the story that was told was that Swann was taking everything from Young and still fighting his way up to his feet. Swann eventually hit a sequence of offensive moves, including a slam off the top rope but he was too exhausted to try for a pin.
Late in the match, Swann hit two cutters and the Phoenix splash off the top to pin Young and win the title. The babyfaces went to the ring to congratulate him and to put him up on their shoulders as the show ended.