TNA Superstar Drew Galloway was pulled out from the match against Aron Rex (formerly known as Damien Sandow) for the Impact Grand Championship at TNA’s “Bound for Glory” PPV which is to be held this Sunday. Galloway was taken out of the match because of an injury and has now been replaced by the former two-time X-Division Champion and five-time TNA Tag-Team Champion, Eddie Edwards.
The news of Galloway’s removal from the event is not really that surprising, as he tweeted out the below given message a week and a half before:-
Apologies to everyone, I hate missing shows but I took a nasty knock last week that will keep me out the ring for the next couple of weeks— Drew Galloway (@GallowaySpeaks) September 22, 2016
Galloway staying in character tweeted out the given below message today:-
As I told https://t.co/S7anIObb2f I'll be at PPV on Sun. If the Docs or brass wanna try stop me they can piss off/ try me & see what happens— Drew Galloway (@GallowaySpeaks) September 30, 2016
The above message indicates a possibility that although he won’t be competing at the PPV, he will be a part of the match in some way or another.
And speaking of Bound for Glory, until today the question was up in the air whether the event will even take place as TNA literally had no money to produce the PPV and further T.V. tapings. But, Dixie Carter announced via Twitter that Bound for Glory will take place this Sunday, and so will the T.V. tapings.
I don’t make it a habit to reply to speculation, but I'll say if you're close to Orlando this Sun-Sat YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS THESE TAPINGS!— Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) September 30, 2016
And to find out that who this mystery sponsor is, we’ll have to wait until tomorrow’s event or until someone makes any official statement. There are reports that Vince McMahon was interested to make the purchase but again there is no legitimate information regarding that, so we’ll just have to wait for Dixie Carter or Billy Corgan to release any official statement.