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|TNA Wrestling Presents - Bound for Glory 2007|
Actors: Sting, Kurt Angle, Christian Cage, AJ Styles
Genres: Television, Sports
On October 14, Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling presented the biggest Pay-Per-View of 2007 with the "Bound For Glory" extravaganza live from Atlanta, Georgia. That night, two of the greatest superstars ever to compete ... more »
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blaze | pennsylvania, usa | 11/02/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Before i begin the reveiw i would like to say that i saw this on pay per veiw and it was the best wrestling show i ever saw.
The matches include-
1.) LAX vs. XXX- This match was an ultimate x match and was a really good opener. I wouldn't say that it was the best ever ultimate x but it was pretty good and had some high spots. 8/10
2.) 15 Man Fight For The Right- In this match 16 men start out outside of the ring and the objective is to be one of the 8 men aloud in the ring by jumping in the ring. then it is over the top rope elimination until the last 2 men then you win by pinfall or submision- This match is an ok match with some good spots to watch for. 7/10
3.)A.J. Styles and Tomko (Christians Coilition) vs. Team Pacman- This match is for the TNA Tag Team Championship. they only thing is there is a man named rusheed lucious creed who substitutes for Pacman Jones, but Pacman is at ringside. This match is actually a good tag title bout and the ending is just absolutely hialrious. 7.5/10
4.) Black Machismo (Jay Lethal) vs. Christopher Daniels- This match is for the X Division Championship- this is a good X Division with a lot of near falls. 8/10
5.) The Steiner Brother vs. Team 3D- This is a 2/3 tables in which you have to put the opposing team through 2 tables to win the match- I really enjoyed this match with some good brawling through the crowd and a good ending. 9/10
6.) 10 Knockout Gauntlet- This match is for the first ever TNA Womens Championship- What happens is 2 Knockouts start in the ring then every minute another one comes out and the way to win is to show the opposing knockout over the top rope. Then when it gets down to 2 Knockouts then you ahve to win by pinfall or submission. This match was a lot better of a womens match than wwe could ever put on. This was a good match but seemed pretty quik.
7.) Samoa Joe vs. Christian Cage- This match had Matt Morgan as the special enforcer- Call me crazy but this match reminded me a lot about something that ring of honor (roh) would put on. This match was just great and had some really cool spots and this was a job well done by both of these men. 10/10
8.) Abyss vs. Black Reign vs. Raven vs. Rhyno- This match is a monsters ball match where anything is legal- I really liked this match because their were some many hardcore spots and high risk moves it was hard to take your eyes off of it. Although i expected more tables to be used but this match was still very good. 10/10
9.) Sting vs. Kurt Angle- This match is for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship- After many weeks of seeing kurt angle and sting just wanting to get at each other we finally see it and what a match it was. This match will definately go down in the record books as one of the best. This match also had a lot of twists and turns, such as you didnt know who was going to win, sometimes it seemed like Sting then Kurt Angle and back and forth. But over-all this match was good and had some interference 11/10
Well there you have it Bound For Glory 2007 and i'd say it is worth every penny. So i suggest you get it now!!!!!"
One of the best shows in TNA history!
Northlander | The Northlands, USA | 03/31/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I love this show. It just started off red-hot and never really slowed down, every match had a reason to be on the card, and the crowd was amazing. They practically made this event. TNA had been slumping somewhat in the months before BFG, and that would continue afterwards until the Main Event Mafia storyline brought some more enthusiasm into the company. So this was sort of an island of awesomeness in a sea of merely decent shows, which makes it seem even better. Matches are rated out of five stars.
1. ULTIMATE X FOR TAG TITLE SHOT: Triple X (Elix Skipper & Senshi) vs. The Latin American Xchange (Homicide & Hernandez)
An action-packed, high-flying thriller. Exactly what was needed to kick off the show. All four guys pull off some crazy spots. LAX wins when Hernandez Border Tosses Skipper out of the ring and onto Senshi, then pulls himself along the cables and grabs the X. RATING: ***1/2
2. FIGHT FOR THE RIGHT BATTLE ROYAL
Sort of a weird concept here involving a bunch of TNA's midcarders (half of whom are probably released by now...a sad thought). The first eight guys to get into the ring fight a battle royal. When it comes down to two wrestlers, it becomes a singles match. The purpose of the match is to set up a tournament on Impact for the number-one contendership. After some fun action throughout, Eric Young and Robert Roode are the two finalists. Young wins with a roll-up. RATING: ***
3. TNA WORLD TAG TITLES: A.J. Styles & Tomko vs. Team Pacman (Ron Killings & Consequences Creed w/Pacman Jones) [c]
Thankfully, the controversial Dallas Cowboys football player was not in TNA for long. But during his suspension from the NFL, he came to TNA and won the tag titles with Ron "The Truth" Killings, who was frustrated and on the tail end of his time with the company. Since some legal problems led to Pacman not being able to wrestle at BFG, he was replaced with the debuting Consequences Creed (an excellent wrestler, fortunately). Styles and Tomko are fighting to bring some prestige back to the tag titles. After a great match, some outside interference from Pacman goes awry (one of the best moments of the show) and we have new champions. RATING: ****
4. X DIVISION TITLE: "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels vs. "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal [c]
I wish Daniels had kept this persona longer; I'm tired of TNA short-changing him. As for Lethal, he was ripping off Randy Savage's gimmick but doing an excellent job of it. These guys put on a hell of an athletic and unpredictable contest, hitting their best moves on each other. Lethal proves himself once and for all as a worthy champion when he hits the Lethal Combination off the top rope and retains his belt. RATING: ****
5. TWO OUT OF THREE TABLES MATCH: Team 3D vs. The Steiners
This was during Team 3D's brief time as heels. Steiner's injury and miraculous comeback played a big part in the storyline. It was awesome to see him and Rick together again while it lasted. The match is a crazy and very personal brawl; after getting the hell beat out of them for several minutes, Ray and Devon hit a 3D on Rick through the first table. Scott hits a Frankensteiner off the top to put Ray through the second table. Finally, the Steiners annihilate Devon with a double-team bulldog through the third table, winning the match. Rick and Scott are both past their prime, but they really got the job done out there. RATING: **1/2
6. GAUNTLET MATCH TO CROWN FIRST-EVER KNOCKOUTS CHAMPION
A really important moment in TNA, and the true birth of a women's division that would go on to regularly outperform WWE's "Divas." Entrants included Talia Madison (Taylor Wilde), Awesome Kong (debuting), Christy Hemme, Roxxi Laveaux (Nikki Roxx), Jackie Moore and Gail Kim. Kim pins Roxxi to become the inaugural champion. RATING: ***
7. Christian Cage vs. Samoa Joe ("Special Enforcer" Matt Morgan)
This was one hell of a match, and possibly the best of the night. Cage and Joe tear the house down. The psychology is excellent; Joe is larger and has the upper hand for most of it, but Cage is still portrayed as a threat. Morgan stops the Christian Coalition (AJ and Tomko) from interfering, and Joe finishes off Cage with a Muscle Buster and Coquina Clutch. Before this, Cage had never been pinned or forced to submit in TNA. RATING: ****1/2
8. MONSTERS BALL: Raven vs. Black Reign vs. Rhyno vs. Abyss
Not as crazy as previous MB matches, but great for what it was. All four guys had some evil spots to contribute; weapons were everywhere, of course. Rhino tries to gore Abyss off the stage, but crashes right through a barricade when the monster dodges. Raven jumps off a balcony to elbow drop Abyss through a table, breaking his wrist on the floor. The carnage ends when Abyss gives Raven a Black Hole Slam onto some thumbtacks and broken glass. Totally sick. James Mitchell seethes on the ramp afterwards. RATING: ***1/2
9. TNA WORLD TITLE: Sting vs. Kurt Angle [c]
Quite a storyline leading up to this one, with Sting "slapping" Karen Angle (not really) and Kurt stalking Sting's son in California. This really was a dream match, and they pulled it off well. There's some excellent back and forth action. Angle hits a crazy 450 Splash, driving his knees into Sting's chest; that looked painful. Kevin Nash interferes, despite telling Angle "you're on your own" before the match. Sting overcomes the odds, belting both heels with his bat and finishing Angle with a Scorpion Deathdrop. Sting becomes a two-time TNA Champion. Great main event to cap off an outstanding show from TNA. RATING: ****"
TNA Bound for GREATNESS!!!!
Scotty 2 Hotty 24 | Back Woods, GEORGIA | 06/14/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Bound for Glory 2007 was to me the greatest wrestling ppv of 2007 and yes even better than all of the WWE's ppvs. The event was great from beginning to end!!!
1. Ultimate X Match
Senshi & Elix Skipper vs. LAX
What a great opener!!! This match was very fast paced with some great aerial moves from both teams. Skipper pulled off an about 15 foot high cross body onto Hernandez which was an amazing thing to see. An Excellent opener. 5/5
2. Fight for your Right
This match was made to crown a new #1 contender for the world title. 16 men would start on the outside and once 8 men climbed over the top rope, then it would become an eight man over the top battle royal until there were 2 left in the ring and that would then become a pin fall encounter between the 2.
The match itself was great. it had a lot of action taking place everywhere. the motor city machineguns had a good showing and so did eric young as well as kaz. terrific match. 5/5
3. TNA Tag Team Championship
AJ Styles and Tomko vs. Ron "Truth" Killings & Consequences Creed
Adam Pacman Jones took himself out of the match so Creed would substitute in his place. Creed and Styles had a good showing in the ring when it came down to just them two. Good brawling from Tomko. Just a good tag team match. 4/5
4. X-Division Championship
"Black Machismo" Jay Lethal vs. "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels
Great x-division match up. good in ring action as well as good outside ring action. Lethal's lower back took some sickening slams onto the guard rail. A good all around match with a good ending. 5/5
5. 2 out of 3 Tables Match
The Steiner Brothers vs. Team 3D
This match was good, I thought it was going to suck but boy ol' boy was I wrong. I really enjoyed this match a great deal. It soon gets taken to the Georgia crowd and gets physical out there. The table spots came at good times and it turned out to be just an awesome match between these two legendary teams. I really loved this one. 4.5/5
6. Gauntlet Match for the TNA Knockout Championship
This was a great showing from the TNA knockouts. There wasn't no girly crying in this one. Mrs. Brooks took some hard shots and also christy hemme got hurt very badly from a power slam by awesome kong which looked like it broked christy's back. just a good womens match. 4/5
7. Samoa Joe vs. Christian Cage with Matt Morgan as the Special Enforcer
They said There MUST be a winner and there was. this was a good third encounter from these two. Christian has really became an all star player since coming to TNA and Joe was excellent from day one. There were some viscious kicks to Christian from Joe in this one. Morgan did a fantastic job as the enforcer. Good showing from both men. Tremendous match!!! 5/5
8. Monster's Ball Match
Abyss vs. Rhino vs. Black Reign vs. Raven
Not the best Monster's Ball match in history but it served its purpose to prepare you for the main event. Raven gets black hole slammed onto broken glass and thumb tacks which gave Abyss his first ever Monster's Ball victory. 3.5/5
9. TNA World Championship
Sting vs. Kurt Angle
To me, this was a dream match. Sting is an icon in the annals of wrestling history and Angle is probably the greatest mat wrestler ever. Just a good match. There were counters, outside ring action, close pin falls, submissions, interference, blood, just a great all around match. A great match to end a great ppv. 5/5
Like i said earlier, Bound for Glory was the ppv to see in 2007 from both TNA and the WWE. I HIGHLY recommend on buying this ppv!!!! You most likely won't be sorry you did.