Oct 11, 2012
Vote For Your Favorite 2012 Historical Match To Air On Countdown To Bound For Glory
Vote For Your Favorite 2012 Historical Match To Air On Countdown To Bound For GlorySpike TV will present a one-hour special, “Countdown to Bound For Glory,” this Sunday at 7:00pm ET/4:00pm PT that will provide an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at TNA’s biggest and most star-studded event of the year.
Fans can vote on their favorite historical match from 2012 they want rebroadcast on the "Countdown To Bound For Glory" special! Vote now below and tune into Spike TV this Sunday night one hour before "Bound For Glory" to see which match won the vote!
A) Austin Aries vs. Bobby Roode - World Heavyweight Title Match - Destination X 2012
(Coming into “Destination X” 2012, then TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Roode had held the title for a record-breaking 256 days. But on a night that celebrated the athleticism of the X Division superstars, we saw Austin Aries transcend TNA divisions to capture his first World Heavyweight Championship. With Roode stumbling to get up after a failed “Pay Off,” Aries kicked Roode in the chest and followed up with a “Brainbuster” that sealed his fate. The IMPACT Zone was electric as Aries bathed in confetti after his unlikely victory.)
B) Jeff Hardy vs. Bully Ray - BFG Series Finals (No Surrender 2012)
(Another unparalleled “Bound for Glory Series” culminated with a tournament style evening of matches at September’s “No Surrender.” Though Jeff Hardy had narrowly avoided elimination just days prior, he fought his way into the “BFG Series” finale against Bully Ray despite an attack from the “Aces and 8s.” Both superstars unleashed every high-impact move in their arsenal, but one last “Swonton” from Hardy sealed the victory and his shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.)
C) James Storm vs. Bobby Roode - World Heavyweight Title Match - Lockdown 2012
(For over three years, Bobby Roode and James Storm dominated the TNA tag team ranks with beer in hand. But the inaugural “BFG series” in 2011 lured them into singles competition, and after a series of betrayals, the former friends entered the steel cage at “Lockdown 2012” with more than just a TNA World Heavyweight Championship on the line. As the vicious match wound down, the “Cowboy” Storm was in total control; but by “Last Call Superkicking” Roode through the cage’s door, Storm inadvertently gifted his nemesis the victory.)
Here's the link to vote: http://twtpoll.com/owlj5a