IMPACT WRESTLING-IKONE STING IM POWER-WRESTLING-INTERVIEW
Nur noch wenige Tage ist die aktuelle Power-Wrestling (Oktober 2011) im Handel erhältlich. Darin zu finden ist unter anderem ein ausführliches Exklusivinterview mit Wrestlinglegende Sting. Anlässlich seines großen Matches mit Hulk Hogan (diesen Sonntag bei TNA Bound for Glory) präsentieren wir euch hier einen Auszug aus diesem Gespräch…weiterlesen
On this day: Awesome Kong, ODB, Ms. Brooks, Roxxi Laveaux, Jackie Moore, Angel Williams, Christy Hemme, Talia Madison & Shelly Martinez all compete in a historic Gauntlet for the Gold match at Bound for Glory, but it’s Gail Kim who finishes off Roxxi with an Air Raid Crash to become the first-ever TNA Knockouts Champion. (10/14/07)
Jeff Hardy Wins TNA World Heavyweight Championship - Bound for Glory [10/14/2012]
These photos taken from TNA’s Facebook page show Jeff Hardy before and after his championship match against Austin Aries. It’s a neat candid feature on the site and gives people quick updates while the event goes on but before the official show pictures become uploaded in the next day or so.
I’m just hoping that this title change allows for the return of Hardy’s Immortal Belt for a while. That thing was as pretty as it was completely ridiculous!
I can’t tell you how much crap I get for still being a Jeff Hardy fan. I know so many people who stopped being his fan after BFG 2011. I’ve been a fan of Jeff since I was like nine. I can’t just stop loving him.
On this day: Chris Sabin puts aside the comedy when he meets Senshi at Bound for Glory in his home state of Michigan, where he goes back and forth before escaping a submission and scoring an inside cradle on Senshi to win his third X Division Championship. (10/22/06)
On this day: The latest member of The Main Event Mafia is revealed when Kevin Nash strikes his friend Samoa Joe with Sting’s bat to gain revenge on Joe for his scathing comments about Scott Hall a year prior and allow Sting to win his second TNA World Heavyweight Championship. (10/12/08)
One of Woody Guthrie’s last appearances in public was at a benefit concert for Woody called “Bound For Glory.” The last act was Pete Seeger and as he finished the last song, This Land Is Your Land, he pointed up at one of the theaters boxes and to everyone’s surprise, there was Woody. He was in the advance stages of Huntington’s Disease and had lost much of his control over his muscles and movements, but he still managed to stand up and acknowledge everyone there.
“I don’t remember him smiling, or nodding, or waving to us. He just stood there. He was a little wobbly as he accepted applause and then he finally sat down.”
Woody Guthrie, “I ain’t got no home”, American Masters, PBS