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TNA Bound for Glory Coverage: Magnus vs. Sting

Magnus vs. Sting
Magnus takes control of the match early on and takes Sting to the outside. Magnus allows Sting to get back into the ring, but then Magnus clocks Sting with a right hand and sends him to the corner. Magnus applies a submission down on the mat and then backs him into another corner. Magnus delivers an uppercut, but Sting comes back with a back-body drop. Sting sends Magnus to the corner and delivers the Stinger Splash. Sting locks in the Scorpion Deathlock in the center of the ring. Magnus gets out and both guys are down on the mat until a six count. Both men get to their feet and exchange right hands. Sting tosses Magnus into the corner and delivers another Stinger Splash. Sting locks in the Scorpion Deathlock again, but Magnus gets to the ropes. Magnus delivers an elbow drop and goes for the cover, but Sting kicks out at two. Sting grabs Magnus and takes him to the ropes, but Magnus delivers a series of back elbows and sends Sting down to the mat. Magnus locks in the Cloverleaf submission and Sting gives up.
Winner: Magnus.
After the match, Sting extends his hand for a handshake, but Magnus slaps it twice with a smirk on his face and walks away.

We see another defining moment for A.J. Styles, and this one was him winning the 2013 Bound for Glory Series.

Jeremy Borash is backstage with Bully Ray. Ray says A.J. Styles reeks of fear. Ray quotes “Welcome to the Jungle” by Guns ‘N Roses. Ray says he doesn’t want Styles to die. Ray says he wants Styles to have to live with himself after he loses to Ray tonight.

We see the video hype package for the feud between A.J. Styles and Bully Ray, with the inclusion of Dixie Carter.

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4 Responses

  1. Legend_Killer says:

    Sting’s logic is not going to the WWE because he doesn’t want to job The Undertaker at WrestleMania. Then, he jobs to Magnus, who got almost no reaction from the fans. LOL.

  2. James says:

    Great match. Sting did very well putting Magnus over as the next big star. Hopefully, Magnus will become World Champion soon.

  3. MC Live says:

    It’s not that Sting doesn’t want to job to Undertaker, he really wants that match to happen. He hasn’t gone to WWE because he’s weary of how they would handle his character, and they haven’t been able to come to terms. And jobbing to Magnus is an attempt to help get him over, and it’s completely logical. In my view, Sting putting Magnus over is the only good, logical thing TNA has done in a long time.

  4. doc says:

    Weary of how WWE will handle his character? In TNA he befriends someone every other week only to have them turn on him later in the show. He’s booked as the biggest idiot on the planet. I can’t imagine WWE could make his character look any more idiotic than TNA does.

    I have zero problem with him jobbing to guys TNA are trying to push, even though they have done everything to get Magnus over and he’s just not connecting with TNA’s fans who will normally latch on to everything. He’s at the point though where the wins need to mean something. This just felt like a match where Sting jobbed and that was it. I’d like him to do a STRONG promo at the next taping putting over Magnus as hard as possible. If there’s nothing further pushing the win for Magnus, then it just comes off as PPV filler.

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