Source: Crave Online
Kurt Angle stated in an interview at last night's Warrior premiere that he will defend the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against Sting and Mr. Anderson in a three-way match at this Sunday's No Surrender pay-per-view event.
Angle, who defends his strap against Anderson on tomorrow night's episode of IMPACT Wrestling, talked about potentially facing the winner of the Bound for Glory Series at next month's pay-per-view event.
"Our biggest event of the year is Bound for Glory in October. I am wrestling Sting and Mr. Anderson in a triple threat match at No Surrender this Sunday, but if I am to win, at Bound for Glory, whoever wins the Bound for Glory points tournament will be the number one contender for Bound for Glory," Angle told Crave Media. "I believe the final four is Robert Roode, Bully Ray, Gunner and James Storm. I know that they're looking for a big star to come out of there and I will wrestle that guy. Hopefully it'll make him into a household name and a bigger star."
Angle also commented on who he sees as the future of TNA.
"There's a lot of young talent, homegrown talent at TNA that are coming up who are going to be the future of the company. Myself and Sting and Ric Flair will only be there so long and somebody else has to step up and carry the company, guys like A.J. Styles, Samoa Joe, Robert Roode and James Storm. So there are a lot of young talent that are going to take our place. That's the way wrestling goes. It happens in the WWE, it'll happen in Impact wrestling too."
We'll have free live coverage of TNA No Surrender this Sunday night at 8EST.
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