What Happened After TNA No Surrender Went Off-Air, Original TNA Plans, Matt Praises Jeff
- After Sunday night’s No Surrender pay-per-view went off the air, Jeff Hardy continued to celebrate with fans before speaking with Jeremy Borash at ringside, likely for the TNA website. Bully Ray finally got up and received a big ovation from the fans in the Impact Zone.
– Some time in the last month or so, TNA changed plans for the Bound For Glory Series as originally, James Storm was scheduled to win. The original plan had Storm challenging for the World Heavyweight Title next month. Now Jeff Hardy is scheduled to get the World Heavyweight Title shot against Austin Aries while Storm will be facing Bobby Roode in singles action.
– Matt Hardy wrote the following on Twitter about his brother Jeff Hardy’s performance at TNA No Surrender last night:
“Very proud of @JEFFHARDYBRAND & his performance tonight-he busted his ass & was at his best. Great business move to have him main event BFG.”
– TNA will be partnering with Screenvision to air Bound For Glory in select movie theaters around the country.
(Partial source: F4Wonline.com)