|Bound For Glory Main Event|
The triple threat main event at No Surrender was between the TNA Champion Kurt Angle, and the former Champion Sting... and also Mr. Anderson. The match wasn't bad but it seemed like they didn't know what they were doing and who was supposed to be where. They were all over the place. Kurt carried the whole match. He hit the Triple-German-Suplex on Anderson and on Sting. At one point he even did a double German Suplex on both of them at the same time. That was impressive. Kurt hit the Angle Slam on each of them. He even had Sting in the Ankle Lock. Nothing worked though and it seemed like Sting had the pin on Anderson until Kurt pulled Sting out of the ring and Hulk Hogan was in the crowd and sprayed what we can assume was Mase into Sting's eyes, blinding him. Sting almost hit the Scorpion-Death-Drop on the referee by mistake before Kurt finished him off and got the win to retain the title.
The match was decent but the ending was too stupid and Mr. Anderson seemed to be a waste. A better ending or a better outcome could have saved the show in my opinion.
With that being said, those two matches should stand, but the rest of the show leaves me wondering where the real stars of TNA were and why they weren't on the PPV! Instead of guys like Gunner, or Devon they could have used real stars like AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, Rob Van Dam, and the guy who just returned to Impact last week... Jeff Hardy!!!
TNA finally started making something of the X-Division, but while doing so, they ruined the Tag-Team Division, wasted the Television Title, and have let major superstars fall through the cracks. I think they have enough Championships and talent to have a major PPV where every match its a Championship match with major stars like the ones I just mentioned. But instead they run a whole PPV based around two matches with only a couple of notable stars.
At one point Beer Money was feuding with The Motor City Machine Guns for the Tag-Team Championships... guys like AJ Styles were actually defending the Television Championship as if it were a real credible Championship (instead of a clown like Eric Young fighting Scott Baio on a golf course!)... they had the stars from ECW having Hardcore matches... and they weren't wasting their time over-pushing young guys like Crimsion and Gunner, and over using Mid-Card Talent like Bully Ray and Bobby Roode!
My advice for TNA, make all your Championships matter, and use all you real stars at once!
I want to see:
AJ Styles vs Rob Van Dam...
Jeff Hardy vs Mr. Anderson...
that should have been the finals of the Bound For Glory Series...
and the finals could have been:
Rob Van Dam vs Jeff Hardy!