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TNA Bound For Glory PPV - 20th October 2013 (San Diego)


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The Viejas Arena - San Diego, California


TV Schedule:

USA: Sunday 20th October on PPV at 8e/5p - LIVE

UK: Wednesday 23rd October on Challenge Late Zone at 9pm


Official TNA Bound For Glory 2013 PPV Website HERE


TNA Presents "Bound For Glory" LIVE on PPV

20th October 2013


On Sunday 20th October 2013, TNA Wrestling presents "Bound For Glory" LIVE on Pay-Per-View and online around the world at TNAOnDemand.com from The Viejas Arena in San Diego, California.


The miles traveled, the battles fought, the challenges met and the lives changed. All of them lead here. TNA Wrestling is heading to San Diego for the very first time with its marquee Pay-Per-View event of 2013 "Bound For Glory" LIVE from Viejas Arena on the campus of San Diego State University on Sunday 20th October at 8e/5p.


TNA is partnering with Spike TV for a second year to bring fans behind the scenes for “IMPACT WRESTLING’s” biggest night of the year in a one-hour LIVE special, "Countdown to Bound For Glory," on Sunday 20th October at 7e/4p.


TNA’s "Bound For Glory" PPV, now in its ninth year, airs live from San Diego and across the globe on Sunday 20th October at 8e/5p. Countdown to Bound For Glory" will feature: An exclusive “Bound For Glory” match, highlights of the "BFG Series" leading to the main event between TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bully Ray and "BFG Series" winner, "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles. Also the broadcast features LIVE backstage interviews, including social integration where fans will have the opportunity to have questions answered live on the air by TNA Superstars. Unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to "Bound For Glory" weekend events, including Fan Interaction and the induction of Olympic Gold Medalist and TNA Superstar Kurt Angle into the TNA Hall of Fame!



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Timing, Mr Muerto.


Your BFG crowd ladies and gents


EDIT: That said I see TNA on the ring apron so either they are too poor to afford new aprons or that's an old photo someone posted recently saying it was BFG.


EDIT 2: Seems it might be real after all.

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They wanted to do, I think, 6 back to back tapings to save money. So enjoy reading a month and half of TNA spoilers ahead of time because that's going to help ratings.


That's WCW style. Almost exactly. The old super long tapings where it was like Nitro followed by two tapings of Thunder or something like that, where the fans would be bored shitless by the end. Or it was a ton of Thunder tapings at once. I forget the actual setup, but it happened.

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