Considering the last few weeks have been unforgettable for professional wrestling as a whole with the launch of AEW Dynamite and NXT moving over to the USA Network, it's perhaps easier to forget about the likes of Impact, but you're missing out on some top quality wrestling.
Aside from a couple of questionable booking decisions, this year's Bound For Glory was an enjoyable night. You had everything you could've wanted from a good wrestling show - decent storytelling, wonderful back-and-forth action, spots that made you jump out of your seat, the whole nine yards.
While many would've enjoyed seeing Tessa Blanchard and Sami Callihan win their respective championship matches to set up a World Championship match for them further down the line, you can't argue too much with the results considering the brutality of both of the matches. There's still time to bring closure to that story and there's still time to get a championship involved there. Sure, Bound For Glory is the biggest night of the year for Impact, but it's not the be-all and end-all.
In short, if you didn't see Bound For Glory, you missed quite the night. Let's get to it, starting with the negatives...
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