Friday, November 27, 2020

Impact Bound For Glory 2019 Date & Location

Details on Impact Wrestling's biggest event of 2019

Impact Wrestling has reportedly settled on a date and location for this year’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view.

This year’s Bound for Glory is scheduled for Sunday, October 20th. According to PWInsider, the show will be held at the Odeum Sports and Convention Expo Center in Villa Park, IL.

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The Odeum has a capacity of approximately 5,500 people. The venue played host to ECW’s Anarchy Rulz PPV back in 1999, as well as numerous ECW and Ring of Honor events throughout the years.

Bound for Glory is one of Impact Wrestling’s signature events each year. This will be the 15th installment of Bound for Glory, which was held in the Chicago area at the Sears Center back in 2008.

The next Impact Wrestling pay-per-view, Slammiversary XVII, takes place this Sunday, July 7th from Gilley’s in Dallas, TX. The main event will see Impact World Champion Brian Cage defending against Michael Elgin.

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