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Bound For Glory 2008 Results

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Booker T vs. AJ Styles vs. Christian Cage
The bell rings and AJ Styles goes after Booker T right away. Christian Cage leaves the ring and AJ looks at him yelling, “Are you getting in or what?” Booker then takes advantage leveling AJ with a quick side kick. Cage teases that he is on Booker’s side, but pulls him back and takes out Booker with an inverted DDT. AJ and Cage start going back and forth and get in some pinfall attempts that each result in a two count. AJ tries to springboard himself off the ropes, but Cage pushes him off the ropes and AJ lands on his chest. Cage follows that up with a big lifting knee to the chest on AJ. Booker with a big superkick on Cage that sends Cage to the outside. AJ teases doing a springboard splash into Booker in the ring, but he stops himself and hits a huge moonsault on Cage on the outside. The referee goes to the outside to break up a brawl near the announcers table. This allows Sharmell to crack a briefcase over AJ’s head. In the ring, Booker elevates Cage up and down as Cage jumped off the corner. Cover by Booker and Cage gets a shoulder up after two. Booker with some knees to the chest on Cage and then takes the offense to the ground applying a headlock on Cage. Cage fights back with some chops, but Booker levels Cage with a huge spinning heel kick. Cover by Booker and Cage again kicks out after two. Booker mounts Cage and gets in some stiff rights. AJ is up on the ring apron trying to recover from the briefcase shot as Booker levels Cage with another clothesline. Booker with a stiff right to Cage in the corner followed by a big chest chop. Cage with a few chest chops of his own. Booker attempts a Book End, but Cage counters out and then we see a double clothesline between the two in the middle of the ring. Both are up and AJ hits a springboard flying forearm on Booker. AJ with clotheslines on each. AJ with a flying clothesline splash on Cage in the corner. Booker with a knee to AJ, AJ jumps over Booker, AJ flips over Cage, Cage takes out Booker and then AJ nails Cage with a huge dropkick.

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AskMen.com Ranks Top Ten WWE Matches

With WWE’s storied history and many memorable moments to choose from, AskMen.com has compiled their own list of the best matches to ever take place in the squared circle. The list includes matches from as far back as WrestleMania III to WrestleMania X-Seven.

With scores of pay-per-view events and countless other shows, World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has seen plenty of stellar matches throughout its history. The company has had tons of colorful characters over the years, and most important, lots of heart-stopping, jaw-dropping matches. In this list, we’re counting down the best matches ever, taking into consideration the storyline, drama, star power, and historical significance of each.

No.9 – The Hardy Boyz vs. Edge and Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz
WrestleMania X-Seven — April 1, 2001
Decision: Christian and Edge win the Tag Team Championship

There’s little doubt that the three most electrifying tag team duos of the early 2000s were the six men in this bout, and they didn’t disappoint in a Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match on a huge WrestleMania X-Seven card. This match is considered one of the most extreme in WWE history, thanks to the damage the wrestlers put their opponents (as well as themselves) through. Highlights included Jeff Hardy being on the receiving end of Edge’s spear from on top of a ladder, and the Hardy Boyz’s swanton bomb from 16 feet in the air

The full list can be seen here.

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Bound For Glory Fanfest Footage

On Saturday afternoon in Chicago, Illinois, TNA Wrestling held the annual “Bound For Glory” Fanfest, attended by a sold-out crowd of 1,000 fans. Jeremy Borash and Lauren were on hand to interview the TNA superstars as they signed autographs and posed for pictures. The video featured such names as TNA World Heavyweight Champion Samoa Joe, Sting, Kurt Angle, Mick Foley, Jeff Jarrett, AJ Styles, Christian Cage and many more!




Bound For Glory 2008 Preview

This Wednesday, October 15 on Bravo2, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling presents their biggest Pay-Per-View spectacular of the year with “Bound For Glory”, from Chicago’s Sears Centre, in which Christian Cage will be facing AJ Styles and Booker T this Sunday in Chicago for Bound For Glory in a three-way dance.




Lance Storm Comments On Christian

On Lance Storm’s website, StormWrestling.com, he commented on what Christian had to say on iMPACT!. Here’s what he had to say:

Stormwrestling.com – TNA: Impact October 9, 2008

Christian is a buddy of mine but he called Samoa Joe and AJ Styles, Up and Coming Stars, in his promo. Joe is the current TNA World Champion, hasn’t he already UP and CAME? When the only thing AJ and Joe haven’t done that Angle, Booker, and Christian have is work for WWE, they should not be referred to as lesser stars, or future starts, EVER!




TNA iMPACT! Results and Photos – October 9th 2008

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Christian Cage’s music hits and he comes out to the ring with a microphone. Cage talks about always hearing about having to choose a side between the young stars and veteran players and tells us that he will pick a side when he is ready, if he does pick a side at all. Booker T and Sharmell come out to the ring and says that he is there to reason with Cage. Booker tries to persuade him to join the veteran team as AJ Styles makes his way to the ring. Styles call Booker a manipulator and a washed up has-been. Jim Cornette then interrupts the three of them and gives Booker T and AJ Styles a chance to back up their words by putting them in a match tonight. Cornette then appoints Cage as the special guest referee and says that we will see what side of the fence Cage is on tonight.

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