In honoUr of TNA's debut on Spike TV tomorrow night, I've decided to start a new thread devoted to all things TNA. This includes Impact on Spike TV (Wrestling Channel and EuroSport for you Europeans/UK people), PPV's, DVD's, and Xplosion. The state of professional wrestling that it is today, its more important than ever that TNA succeeds and hopefully continues to build itself up. Impact debuts on Spike TV this Saturday and here's the card: AJ Styles vs. Roderick Strong - AJ Styles is the current NWA TNA X Division champion. Roderick Strong is one of the top indy wrestlers of the world today and the messiah of the back-breaker. They've faced each other before in TNA and the indy scene in some great matches so I'm excited about this. X Division Triple Threat: Alex Shelley vs. Petey Williams vs. Chris Sabin - Shelley's also one of the top indy guys as well and part of ROH. He recently rejoined TNA's roster in June of this year. Petey Williams is the second longest reigning X Division champion ever behind Christopher Daniels. Sabin is one of the few guys who has held the X division title more than once and has won more of TNA's Ultimate X matches than anyone else. These are 3 of the top and best wrestlers in the X division so I expect this to be of PPV quality . Rhino vs. Jeff Hardy - Well Rhino rocks and Jeff Hardy sucks. If anyone wants to know spoilers for the first 2 Impact episodes I can post them in blacked out tags tags. TNA Bound For Glory is set for October 23rd, and its going to be TNA's biggest PPV and signature event of the year. Here's the run-down of the current card: AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels for the X Division Title in a 30 minute Iron Man Match. Samoa "Jaw" Joe vs. Jushin Thunder Liger, for the first time in professional wrestling history. This is an X Division dream match. Ultimate X Matt Bentley vs. Chris Sabin vs. Petey Williams. Three of the best in the X division in the X division signature gimmick match. Monsters' Ball II - Rhino vs. Abyss vs. Sabu vs. Jeff Hardy. Hardcore brawl type match. The first three matches alone will probably put it over anything the WWE has done on PPV this year bar none.