-- Here are the updated TNA Bound for Glory series standings:

Standings (Win-Loss records reflect singles matches only)

Magnus: (3-1) 39 Points

Bobby Roode: (1-3) 27 Points

Samoa Joe: (3-2-1dr) 26 Points

Jeff Hardy: (3-1) 24 Points

Ken Anderson: (4-1) 24 Points

Daniels: (3-0-1) 23 Points

Kazarian: (0-3-1) 22 Points

AJ Styles: (2-2-1dr) 22 Points

Austin Aries: (3-1) 21 Points

Hernandez: (1-4) 7 Points

Jay Bradley: (0-4) 0 Points

Joseph Park: (1-3) -3 Points

Ongoing Series Results

TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Ken Anderson defeated Joseph Park via pin

TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Austin Aries defeated Jay Bradley via pin

TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Daniels defeated Hernandez via pin

TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Magnus defeated Kazarian via submission

TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: AJ Styles and Samoa Joe fought to a draw

TNA iMPACT! 6.20.13: Jeff Hardy defeated Bobby Roode via pin

iMPACT! World Tour in Ottumwa, IA 6.20.13: Magnus defeated Hernandez via pin

TNA iMPACT! 6.27.13: Magnus defeated Bobby Roode via pin

TNA iMPACT! 6.27.13: Samoa Joe defeated Ken Anderson via submission

iMPACT! World Tour in St. Joseph, MO 6.28.13: Samoa Joe defeated Kazarian via pin

TNA iMPACT! 7.04.13: AJ Styles defeated Kazarian via submission

TNA iMPACT! 7.04.13: Hernandez defeated Jay Bradley via pin

TNA iMPACT! 7.04.13: Jeff Hardy defeated Joseph Park via DQ

iMPACT! World Tour in Brooklyn, NY 7.05.13: Jeff Hardy defeated Austin Aries via pin

iMPACT! World Tour in White Plains, NY 7.06.13: Christopher Daniels defeated Joseph Park via pin

TNA iMPACT! 7.11.13: Magnus Won a Joker's Wild Gauntlet Match Worth 25 Points

TNA iMPACT! 7.18.13: Austin Aries defeated Bobby Roode via pin

iMPACT! World Tour in Danville, IL 7.19.13: Samoa Joe defeated Jay Bradley via pin

TNA iMPACT! 7.25.13: Ken Anderson defeated Hernandez via pin

TNA iMPACT! 7.25.13: Daniels defeated Samoa Joe via pin

TNA iMPACT! 7.25.13: AJ Styles defeated Jeff Hardy via submission

iMPACT! World Tour in Columbus, GA 7.26.13: Ken Anderson defeated AJ Styles via pin

TNA iMPACT! 8.01.13: Bobby Roode defeated Hernandez via pin

TNA iMPACT! 8.01.13: Joseph Park defeated Jay Bradley via pin

TNA iMPACT! 8.01.13: Austin Aries defeated AJ Styles via pin

TNA iMPACT! 8.08.13: Jeff Hardy defeated Samoa Joe via pin

TNA iMPACT! 8.08.13: Ken Anderson defeated Magnus via DQ

TNA iMPACT! 8.08.13: Daniels and Kazarian fought to a double count out

TNA iMPACT! 8.15.13: Bobby Roode won a Bound For Glory Series Tables Match Worth 20 Points

TNA iMPACT! 8.15.13: Kazarian won a Bound For Glory Series Ladder Match Worth 20 Points

How Scoring Works

All matches have a 15-minute time limit

Submission Victory: 10 Points

Pinfall Victory: 7 Points

Countout Victory: 5 Points

DQ Victory: 3 Points

Draw: 2 Points

DQ Loss: -10 Points

-- Bellator MMA issued the following on Thursday:

Newton vs. King Mo II Set For November 2nd Live On Pay-Per-View In Epic Rematch

Newport Beach, CA. (August 15th, 2013) – Chandler vs. Alvarez II won’t be the only highly anticipated rematch featured on Bellator’s Pay-Per-View debut November 2nd, as King Mo will once again meet Emanuel Newton, this time for the interim Bellator Light Heavyweight Title. With reigning Light Heavyweight Champion Attila Vegh sidelined with a shoulder injury, Mo and Newton will now square off for a shot at the title. In their previous meeting, the two engaged in a back and forth battle that eventually ended with Newton delivering a devastating spinning back fist that earned the fight the distinction of upset of the year. Mo vs. Newton II now joins a night of fights that already features Chandler vs. Alvarez II, along with the main event of the evening, Rampage vs. Tito.

“Rampage vs. Tito” will be held at Southern California’s Long Beach Arena on Saturday, November 2nd, with tickets on sale now. Tickets can be purchased on Bellator.com, Ticketmaster.com, as well as at the Long Beach Arena Box Office.

“The energy in the arena when Newton dropped Mo with that spinning back fist was simply awesome,” Bellator Chairman & CEO Bjorn Rebney said. “And, to be able to have this rematch take place on our first PPV is something we couldn’t pass up. With Mo and Emanuel winning our previous two Light Heavyweight Tournaments, the timing was perfect for this rematch add another incredible intriguing storyline to this huge night of fights.”

After storming through the Summer Series Tournament with two stoppage victories over Seth Petruzelli and Jacob Noe, Mo has now earned the right to fight for the title, along with erasing a loss that still looms large for the man they call “King”.

“Listen, I’m going to be real honest about this. Emanuel is fake as hell,” Lawal said. “He runs his mouth about being a black skinhead or something, and likes to act real hard. He’s as hard as baby shit. I’m going to...