Impact Bound For Glory 2021 Taking Place In Las Vegas

The seventeenth annual

During Saturday night's Slammiversary pay-per-view in Nashville, Impact Wrestling announced that this year's Bound For Glory pay-per-view will take place in Las Vegas on Saturday night, October 23.

No venue has been announced for the event.

Logos for AEW, AAA, and New Japan appeared in the announcement video.

AEW's Kenny Omega retained the Impact title on Saturday night by defeating Sami Callihan in a No Disqualification match. Afterward, New Japan's NEVER Openweight champion Jay White made an appearance, staring down Omega and his Super Elite teammates.

Barring any upcoming TV taping occurring at another location, this will be the first time Impact holds a card outside of Nashville since March 7, 2020, shortly before the pandemic altered the course of everything.

Generally considered the "WrestleMania" of Impact's calendar, Bound For Glory was first held in 2005. Of all of Impact's events, Bound For Glory is the one that has taken place at the most different locations, as cities like Philadelphia, New York, Chicago, Detroit, and even Tokyo have hosted the cards through the years.

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