Impact Wrestling star teases ‘surprises’ at Bound for Glory 2020

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Impact Wrestling’s biggest show of the year, Bound for Glory, will take place on Saturday, and we just might get some more major appearances.

A couple of months ago, Impact Wrestling generated a whole lot of buzz at Slammiversary by having a great show that included some huge returns and debuts, such as Heath Miller, Eric Young, the Motor City Machine Guns.

Impact has added a lot of talent this summer. Deonna Purrazzo is the new Knockouts Champion and has signed a long-term contract with the promotion. She’s flourished with Impact Wrestling, showing why WWE completely dropped the ball on the Virtuosa’s talent.

In a recent interview with WrestlingNews.Co, one of the wrestlers who made a big appearance at Slammiversary, Heath, teased more “surprises” happening at Impact Wrestling’s Bound for Glory Pay Per View this Saturday, Oct. 24.

Heath said,

"“Impact is a breath of fresh air. Don’t be surprised if you see more surprises because there might be some more people heading on over. Don’t be surprised if you see surprises.”"

The former member of WWE’s Three Man Brand seems to be hinting at wrestlers making a jump from WWE to Impact Wrestling, just as he did earlier this year.

Could any former WWE stars show up in Impact Wrestling at Bound for Glory 2020?

I don’t even know if I want to speculate which wrestlers that could be, but we’ve seen some seriously big names pop up in Impact and succeed this year. Heath and current world champion Eric Young are on that list, but the Good Brothers have been maybe the biggest blockbuster move due to the potential for them working with NJPW (or even AJ Styles).

Bound for Glory is sure to be a great show. Jordynne Grace could become the first woman to win the X Division Championship, Deonna Purrazzo will have another huge title defense against Kylie Rae, the men’s world title match looks fun, and Eddie Edwards vs. Ken Shamrock could be a real spectacle.

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So imagine how memorable Bound for Glory would be if, like Slammiversary, it has some big surprises. Heath teased his before joining Impact, so maybe he’s dropping some big hints about this weekend, too.