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Eddie Edwards v. Moose added to Impact Wrestling’s Bound for Glory PPV

Two former friends face off in what should be a hard-hitting affair

Over the past few months, Impact Wrestling has provided some great insight into the mind of Eddie Edwards following his feud with Sami Callihan. The slow turn of Moose, a fan favorite, was a nice twist that shocked their audience. It is only fitting two of the hottest wrestlers in the company today face off against one another.

Following this weeks Impact on Pop TV, it was announced that Edwards would be facing Moose in a grudge match at the companies Bound for Glory PPV.

Once former friends, the two have gone on clear separate paths. The former football player in Moose is now acting as a cocky heel, a mercenary in Austin Aries’ group along with Killer Kross. When motivated, Moose’s surprising athleticism can get fans excited for any match he is in.

Eddie Edwards, a former contender and champion, has used violent methods to get through the Impact roster. Will he be able to use the kendo stick Tommy Dreamer gave him just a few months back? Will these two even be able to keep the action in the ring? Stay tuned to find out.

Impact Wrestling’s Bound for Glory PPV takes place on October 14 inside the Melrose Ballroom in New York City. The main event features Austin Aries defending the Impact World Championship against Johnny Impact.

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