Bound For Glory 2020

Bound For Glory 2020
Date: October 24, 2020
Location: Skyway Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Commentators: Don Callis, Josh Matthews

It’s the biggest night of the year, or at least it is on paper. Bound For Glory has long since been the top show in the company, though Slammiversary tends to be more fun. Maybe they can change things around a bit this year, though the card isn’t giving me the best vibes. Let’s get to it.

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Impact Wrestling – October 20, 2020

Impact Wrestling
Date: October 20, 2020
Location: Skyway Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Commentators: Madison Rayne, Josh Matthews

It’s the go home show for Bound For Glory and that probably can’t come soon enough. The company has been limping into the show and they could use a nice boost before we get to Saturday. Tonight is probably going to be a lot of building up what is already there and that could go either way. Let’s get to it.

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Impact Wrestling – October 13, 2020

Impact Wrestling
Date: October 13, 2020
Location: Skyway Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Commentators: Josh Matthews, Madison Rayne

We’re almost up to Bound For Glory and that means it’s time to add in a few more matches before building up everything that has already been set. The show is still lacking that one big match to really make it feel special and I’m not sure what could fill in that role. That’s kind of a problem on the biggest show of the year. Let’s get to it.

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Impact Wrestling – August 4, 2020

Impact Wrestling
Date: August 4, 2020
Location: Skyway Studios, Nashville, Tennessee
Commentators: Madison Rayne, Josh Matthews

Things got turned around in a big way last week with the premiere of Wrestle House, which became the major focal point of the show. That may or may not be to your liking, but there were enough good moments that made me willing to try another show built around it. Other than that, we have the continuing adventured of Eddie Edwards as World Champion. Let’s get to it.

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Heath Slater: WWE Legend


How great would it be if after this gimmick of getting beaten up by the legends each week, Slater gets some sort of acceptance from them and reverses the trend, wherein some guy is in the ring each week and Slater comes out paying tribute to a past WWE legend? The possibilites are endless, and better yet, the guys you couldn't get nowadays for various reasons (Hulk, Macho, Warrior) would be the most obvious ones to use and would probably get the biggest reaction. Best of all, it lets fans further invest in Slater and by the time the whole thing is done, you've got someone the fans really care about and has had plenty of opportunity to show his personality. Thoughts?

Or!  He could go out and lose in a minute to Randy Orton to pay off these weeks of TV time.  That'd be AWESOME.  
Slater's run has been fun, but I honestly don't see them suddenly giving a shit about him, especially when they already have the US champion as a comedy jobber.  

Fwd: CNN Reports on Doink the Clown, Heath Slater

———- Forwarded message —— You've probably already gotten this a million times, but CNN did an article on Doink the Clown's return against Heath "One Man Band" Slater: http://www.cnn.com/2012/07/06/tech/social-media/apparently-this-matters-doink-clown/index.html?iref=allsearch  It informs the non-wrestling crowd what a jobber is, and leads to the article's best quote: "[But] if tomorrow I had to get in the ring and you gave me a list of 10,000 wrestlers to choose from, I'm absolutely, positively picking the guy named Barry Horowitz." HA! ———————- Well that's your surreal story of the day.