Impact Wrestling Results
By Bill Pritchard for Wrestlezone.com
August 9th 2012
Bully Ray makes his entrance, and he takes a mic from So Cal Val and tells her to get out of his way. He says they know who he is, and holds up his phone and says he doesn't go anywhere without his 'Twittah Machine.' Bully says he learned something from Joseph Park, and he knows when there is enough evidence stacked against one person they might be guilty. He says James Storm is guilty, and he is going to beat him tonight and get seven points, or he might make him tap out and go for all ten points. Bully says he is also going to win at Hardcore Justice, then he continues to talk about Storm and says everything he is saying is true.
James Storm comes out and says none of it is true, and he is sick and tired of his word not being good enough, and he didn't have anything to do with the attacks. He says he's more worried about going to Bound For Glory and winning back his title, and all Bully did was fire him up even more. Storm says he will kick the crap out of him, and he is giving him until a count of three or he is going to cross that line and kick his ass. Bully tells him to start counting, then Storm gets to three but Bully backs away and says he's all talk, then Aces and Eights appears on the big screen. The leader (speaking with voice distortion) says they missed them last week, but they had club business to take care of. He says Sting gave them an open invitation to the show, and they are going to be seen alot, but they are only going to show up on their terms.
Bound For Glory Series
Rob Van Dam vs Magnus
RVD hits the ropes and goes for a crossbody, but Magnus catches him then throws him in the air and suplexes him for a two count. RVD rebounds with a springboard back heel kick, then he sweeps Magnus' legs and goes for a pin before catching him with a superkick. He goes for a monkey flip but Magnus clotheslines him for a near fall, then Magnus picks him up but RVD hits a stepover heel kick and a Five Star Frog Splash for the win.
Winner – Rob Van Dam