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GFW News: GFW Teases Bound For Glory in India & other locations

Riju Dasgupta
348   //    16 Sep 2017, 00:36 IST

Where will Bound for Glory finally take place?
Where will Bound for Glory finally take place?

What's the story?

GFW has uploaded a variety of videos on their official Youtube Channel teasing the location for their November pay-per-view event entitled 'Bound for Glory'.

Among the places that have been teased are India, The United Kingdom and the United States of America. Here is the video that teased the arrival of Bound for Glory, for the very first time in history, to India.

In case you didn't know...

Bound for Glory is an annual TNA tradition and has been so since the year 2005. It is TNA's version of WrestleMania, and 11 editions in, it has been their most notable PPV almost every single year.

The tapings for the episodes leading up to the event are done, and what hasn't been disclosed yet, is the location for the grand finale.

The heart of the matter

India could be a popular choice for Bound For Glory, especially after the immense success of the four episodes of Impact that were filmed in the country leading up to Slammiversary, but it is one of three destinations that was advertised by GFW as a probable destination for the pay-per-view.

Others include The United Kingdom and The United States. One must assume that the location will be a special one, considering so much is being made of it. If Bound for Glory were to happen in the Impact Zone, many fans would be extremely disappointed indeed.

What's next?

We will all find out the location of Bound for Glory come Monday, as the videos indicate. We suppose that the location will also play into the following episode of Impact.


Author's take

Judging from rumors online, it seems like Toronto may be the preferred destination for Bound for Glory considering Anthem is based out of the city. We will find out the answer to our question in a few days.

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Riju Dasgupta
Riju Dasgupta is the bassist of heavy metal bands Albatross and Primitiv. He's also a former guest columnist for Rolling Stone India. His primary passion remains watching and reviewing the art of professional wrestling for Sportskeeda. In the world of heavy metal, he goes by the moniker- Dr. Hex.
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