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Bound for Glory (2006) was a professional wrestling pay-per-view (PPV) event produced by Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, which took place on October 22, 2006 from the Compuware Sports Arena in the Detroit, Michigan charter township of Plymouth. It was the second event under the Bound for Glory chronology. Eight professional wrestling matches were featured on the event's card, with Jeff Jarrett defending his NWA World Heavyweight Championship against Sting with the stipulation that Sting would retire from professional wrestling if he'd lose.

Bound for Glory (2006)
Promotional poster featuring various TNA wrestlers
PromotionTotal Nonstop Action Wrestling
DateOctober 22, 2006
CityPlymouth Township, Michigan
VenueCompuware Sports Arena
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Bound for Glory was the first TNA pay-per-view event held in a location other than Nashville, Tennessee, or Orlando, Florida, since the first two weekly pay-per-views in June 2002, which were held in Huntsville, Alabama. The Compuware Sports Arena was also the site of the first TNA house show. This was the first pay-per-view to feature a half-hour "Road to" preview airing the night before. This continued for future pay-per-views.[1] This was the first and only time that all of TNA's active championships at the time changed hands in one night.[2]

In October 2017, with the launch of the Global Wrestling Network, the event became available to stream on demand.[3]


No. Results Stipulations Times
1P Bobby Roode (with Traci Brooks) defeated Lance Hoyt Singles match 04:00
2 Austin Starr last eliminated Jay Lethal to win Kevin Nash Open Invitational X Division Gauntlet battle royal 17:24
3 Team 3D (Brother Ray and Brother Devon) defeated America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm), The James Gang (B.G. James and Kip James), and The Naturals (Chase Stevens and Andy Douglas) (with Shane Douglas) Four-way tag team match 07:02
4 Samoa Joe defeated Abyss (with James Mitchell), Brother Runt and Raven Monster's Ball match with Jake Roberts as the special guest referee 11:51
5 Eric Young defeated Larry Zbyszko Loser Gets Fired match 03:35
6 Chris Sabin defeated Senshi (c) Singles match for the TNA X Division Championship 13:00
7 Christian Cage defeated Rhino 8 Mile Street Fight 14:44
8 The Latin American Xchange (Homicide and Hernandez) (with Konnan) defeated A.J. Styles and Christopher Daniels (c) Six Sides of Steel match for the NWA World Tag Team Championship 14:50
9 Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett (c) Title vs. Career match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship with Kurt Angle as the special outside enforcer 15:11
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • P – indicates the match took place on the pre-show
The Bound for Glory set

Gauntlet Battle Royal entrances and eliminationsEdit

Entrant Eliminated by
1 Austin Starr - Winner
2 Sonjay Dutt 1 Matt and Kazarian
3 Maverick Matt 4 Shark Boy and D-Ray
4 Jay Lethal 15 Starr
5 A-1 3 Matt and Kazarian
6 Zach Gowen 5 Devine
7 Kazarian 6 Starr
8 Sirelda 2 A-1
9 Shark Boy 8 Shelley
10 Alex Shelley 14 Starr
11 D-Ray 3000 7 Starr
12 Johnny Devine 13 Starr
13 Elix Skipper 10 Mark "Slick" Johnson1
14 Short Sleeve Sampson 9 Shelley
15 Norman Smiley 11 Mark "Slick" Johnson1
16 Petey Williams 12 Shelley

1. ^ Johnson was not an official entrant.


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-06-14. Retrieved 2007-02-02.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ Shanks, Curtis (2009-06-26). "Under the Microscope - TNA Impact 6/25: The return of a former interviewer, Kurt Angle's outdated commercial, Record Name-Drop Night for Sting, Who is Sarita?". Retrieved 2009-07-01. Eleven times we've seen all three titles successfully defended on the same night, but only once have we seen all three change hands. Bound for Glory (2006) saw Sting win the World Title from Jeff Jarrett, Chris Sabin defeat Senshi for the X title, and LAX over Styles and Daniels to win the tag titles.
  3. ^ "Anthem, Impact announce Global Wrestling Network launch". Retrieved 20 March 2018.

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