By Ryan Clark | June 22, 2009
- Main Event Mafia leader Sting will respond to the situation involving Angle and Samoa Joe?
- "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash will battle "The Monster" Abyss
- Taylor Wilde will battle Daffney in the first-ever Knockouts 10,000 Tacks Match
- We'll hear from new TNA World Tag Team Champions Beer Money, Inc.
-- Team 3D has promised to unleash hell on The British Invasion for costing them the tag titles at Slammiversary.
TNA sent out the following press release: TOTAL NONSTOP ACTION (TNA) WRESTLING HITS THE WEST COAST FOR 'BOUND FOR GLORY 2009,' THE BIGGEST PAY-PER-VIEW EVENT OF THE YEAR! Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling announced that "Bound For Glory 2009" would be held Sunday, October 18, at the Bren Events Center at University of California at Irvine in Irvine, California, live and exclusively on pay-per-view. "Bound For Glory 2009" will be the single biggest professional wrestling event of the year, and marks TNA's first live pay-per-view event on the West Coast. Tickets for "Bound For Glory 2009" will go on sale August 1 at all Ticketmaster Locations, http://www.ticketmaster.com and the Bren Events Center box office (949-824-5000). Stay tuned for more information on "Bound For Glory 2009".
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