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  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: TNA Wrestling
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00B2OG2TQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #282,738 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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TNA Wrestling's biggest Pay-Per-View Event of the year, "Bound For Glory" stormed the Phoenix desert. With all five TNA Championships on the line, TNA's most formidable competitors battle it out. Who walked away with the most coveted prize, and who was left in the dust? Action-packed bonus features include the InauguralTNA Hall Of Fame Celebration honoring "The Icon" Sting as the first inductee, backstage interviews, suprtstars' favorite BFG moments and more!

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This was a good athletic match that had some nice spots.
D.P.
Gave it to him, and he said," Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU!!!" I said you're welcome.
Mama Bear Everett
The X-Division Championship match between Rob Van Dam & Zema Ion was fun but not stellar.
J. Perez

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By J. Perez on February 14, 2013
Format: DVD
The X-Division Championship match between Rob Van Dam & Zema Ion was fun but not stellar. The Television Championship match between Samoa Joe & Magnus was solid but could have done better if given more screen time. The Street Fight between James Storm & Bobby Roode was a hardcore,smash-mouth,bloody,ECW-ish brawl. The Al Snow-Joey Ryan match was not bad but a little boring. The 3 way World Tag Team Championship match(Chavo Guerrero Jr/Hernandez vs Christopher Daniels/Frankie Kazarian vs Kurt Angle/AJ Styles) was not great but pretty good. The Knocksout Championship match between Tara & Miss Tessmacher was so-so at best. The No DQ tag team match between The Aces & Eights against the team of Sting & Bully Ray was also a smash-mouth,hardcore,ECW-ish brawl with a twist ending to boot. The World Championship match between Austin Aries & Jeff Hardy was a high-flying,dynamic,dramatic match of the night. I give this PPV a 7 out of 10.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on February 11, 2013
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X Division Champion Zema Ion vs. Rob Van Dam - RVD started out using his educated feet early causing Zema to attempt to take his legs with a dropkick before taking RVD down completely with a head scissors as both men traded momentum with high flying moves such as a top rope side kick, twisting spike DDT, top rope flip suicide dive, and missile dropkick. Each man delivered an impactful move of their own with Ion dropping during RVD's rolling monkeyflip in the corner causing RVD to drop headfirst onto the turnbuckle & later Ion being elevated in the air with RVD catching him with a dropkick in mid-air. This was a good athletic match that had some nice spots.

Television Champion Samoa Joe vs. Magnus - The former tag team champions met here as both men started working a clean match against each other before Magnus threw the first sucker punch over the referee to gain control for a bit including a running elbow to the back of Joe's neck. Joe was able to catch Magnus when he went to top rope & unleashed some stiff offense like a snap powerslam, powerbomb, and STF before Magnus regained the momentum with his trademark top rope elbow while being able to keep countering Joe's attempt at a real naked choke submission. Real good back & forth match between the two.

Street Fight Match with Special Enforcer King Mo: James Storm vs. Bobby Roode - A year in the making here between the former Beer Money partners that started off with Storm taking the fight right to Roode bouncing him off the guardrail & apron.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By LW Taylor on April 10, 2013
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Bound for Glory ranks with Destination X as the top 2 TNA ppv's of the year.
Solid card. Roode vs. Storm is my favorite match on this one.
Sting's Hall of Fame induction is a great bonus too.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Jonnathan Ritland on January 19, 2013
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A year after coming back from a drug suspension Jeff Hardy looks to cement his legacy by caputring the TNA Heavyweight Title, however current Champion Austin Aries is standing in his way and wants to attain Jeff's level of stardom by any means necessary. Also after stealing the TNA Title from his former friend last November, former Beer Money members Robert Roode and James Storm battle in a Street Fight where MMA star King Mo is the Special Enforcer. Finally can Sting and Bully Ray turn back the challenge of the band of thugs known as Aces & Eights, or will the renegades earn the right to have their run in TNA? We are live in Phoenix, Arizona and its time for TNA's biggest PPV of the year, Bound For Glory.

-X Division Championship Match, Zema Ion (Champion) vs. RVD: Its the Pretty F'n Dangerous champ vs. The Whole F'n Show to kick off the show and despite only being made 3 days before the show this is a good opener. RVD hits his usual unique kicks while Zema tried grounding Van Dam and hit his own high flying moves including a nice dive to the outside. Ion continues the ground game but RVD makes his comeback and hits the Five Star Frog Splash and covers to win the title. 6/10.

-Television Championship Match, Samoa Joe (Champion) vs. Magnus: Former World Tag Team Champions collide as Magnus felt Joe had been dodging him for weeks, it starts with some good wrestling as Magnus went after Joe's previous injured arm, Joe comes back with power and grounding moves. Magnus does some great ground and pound offense, including a running elbow slamming Joe's neck into the second rope, then a huge sit out driver for two. Joe comes back with a snap slam for two, then locks on the STF, then a double arm stretch but Magnus gets to the ropes.
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By joey dealba on February 8, 2014
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happy to see it for the first time it was fun to watch all the match aging and see the w how sure to be with the c
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