Bound for Glory (2006)
|Bound for Glory (2006)|
|"Enemy" by Fozzy|
|Promotion||Total Nonstop Action Wrestling|
|Date||October 22, 2006|
|Venue||Compuware Sports Arena|
|City||Plymouth Township, Michigan|
|Bound for Glory chronology|
Bound for Glory (2006) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, which took place on October 22, 2006 from the Compuware Sports Arena in the Detroit, Michigan charter township of Plymouth. Tickets went on sale August 5, 2006. It was the second event under the Bound for Glory chronology. Eight professional wrestling matches were featured on the event's card.
Bound for Glory was the first TNA pay-per-view event held in a location other than Nashville, Tennessee, or Orlando, Florida, since the first two weekly pay-per-views in June 2002, which were held in Huntsville, Alabama. The Compuware Sports Arena was also the site of the first TNA house show. This was the first pay-per-view to feature a half-hour "Road to" preview airing the night before. This continued for future pay-per-views. This was the first and only time that all of TNA's active championships at the time changed hands in one night.
Gauntlet Battle Royal entrances and eliminations
|2||Sonjay Dutt||1||Matt and Kazarian|
|3||Maverick Matt||4||Shark Boy and D-Ray|
|5||A-1||3||Matt and Kazarian|
|13||Elix Skipper||10||Mark "Slick" Johnson1|
|14||Short Sleeve Sampson||9||Shelley|
|15||Norman Smiley||11||Mark "Slick" Johnson1|
1. ^ Johnson was not an official entrant.
- Shanks, Curtis (2009-06-26). "Under the Microscope - TNA Impact 6/25: The return of a former interviewer, Kurt Angle's outdated commercial, Record Name-Drop Night for Sting, Who is Sarita?". PWTorch.com. Retrieved 2009-07-01. "Eleven times we've seen all three titles successfully defended on the same night, but only once have we seen all three change hands. Bound for Glory (2006) saw Sting win the World Title from Jeff Jarrett, Chris Sabin defeat Senshi for the X title, and LAX over Styles and Daniels to win the tag titles."
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