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Several New Champions Crowned at TNA's Bound For Glory Pay-Per-View
By Marc Middleton
Oct 20, 2013 - 10:11:37 PM

- Robbie E and Jesse Godderz became the new TNA Tag Team Champions by defeating James Storm and Gunner at tonight's Bound For Glory pay-per-view. They were accompanied by Mr. Olympia Phil Heath. This their first run with the tag team titles.

- Chris Sabin became the new TNA X Division Champion at tonight's pay-per-view. He got the win after forcing girlfriend Velvet Sky to be a distraction. This is Sabin's 7th reign with the X Division Title.

- Gail Kim became the new TNA Knockouts Champion at Bound For Glory after Lei'D Tapa helped her win the match. This is Gail's third run with the Knockouts Title.

- In the No DQ main event of tonight's pay-per-view, AJ Styles defeated Bully Ray to become the new World Heavyweight Champion. This AJ's second run with the TNA World Heavyweight Title.

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