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Kurt Angle Reveals Main Event For This Sunday’s No Surrender PPV

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 Online. “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.”

The full interview is available here.

  • Who Kidnapped Samoa Joe?

    I wouldn’t count out Bully Ray winning the tournament over Robert Roode.

  • venom

    I guess Angle forgot to mention that Joe and Styles were at the top before guys like RVD, Hardy, and Flair took their spot light. I hope this BFG series makes a new mainevent star.

  • JD

    It’s pretty sad that the PPV is this Sunday and there’s no official main event yet.

  • ThaNooch

    Unless they put the strap on Anderson and have Bully Ray win the tournament, the culmination of this epic feud they’ve been building over the months. Of course if this happens I can stop worrying about setting my VCR on Thursdays, because I will never EVER EVER watch TNA again.

  • ThaNooch

    Yea, its pretty much in stone that they’re pushing a Sting vs. Hogan match at BFG. TNA isn’t fooling anybody into thinking that Bully Ray, Gunner or James Storm are headlining the biggest show of the year. Robert Roode vs. Kurt Angle is the most logical and the most rightful main event. We’ve seen hints that TNA is ready to push him to the top, with his interactions with Flair and Hogan. Good for him, he’s worked hard for it and he deserves it. Hopefully they build it right.

  • DuffManLovesHimSomeWrestling

    When those dinosaurs end up in chairs, they will still be in the spotlight rather than the younger talent. That is TNA rule 1 – Ex WWE/WCW > Home talent.

  • Dick Coxafloppin

    WTF? did he say?

    Come on guys lets make a little more sense than a ten year old.

  • TheStinger


    Who do you mean “we” retard? TNA IW will go to the top when HHH and Undertaker will hang up their boots and when the dinasours at TNA will end up in a wheelchair cuz they have got talent on their roster which needs to blossom with more tv-time!

  • Devil_Rising

    Angle and Sting have held the title like a total of 9 times or something close to that. The TNA Championship, that is. Add their combined NWA World Titles, it’s even more.

  • nick

    I hope you’re wrong about Sting winning the world title for the 37th time.

  • CM Mark

    Look for sting to win the title. He’s the paddle in TNA.

  • Valo487

    Yes guys, do step up. We won’t get out of the way, but you should step up.