TNA Tag Team Championship Match
– Christopher Daniels & Kazarian (c) vs. AJ Styles & Kurt Angle
Kazarian and Christopher Daniels are the first men to make their way out to the ring, and they get a bit of heat on their way out. Kurt Angle makes his way out next, and he gets a great reaction from the crowd. AJ Styles is the final competitor to make his way out to the ring, and he gets a great reaction from the crowd.
Styles heads down to the ring and jumps Daniels immediately, but he’s double teamed
Kaz works over AJ with a head lock and roll up, but he’s taken out with a nice dropkick. Kaz bails to the outside. Styles follows. Kaz tries to whip AJ into the barricade, but Styles goes under the barricade, then springboards off the barricade with a big forearm. Styles takes Kaz back into the ring and slams him down before hitting a knee drop and tagging out to Angle. Styles and Kaz hit a double suplex that puts Kaz down for two. Angle blasts Kaz with a big right hand before kicking away at him in the corner.
Daniels is able to tag in and he stops Angle with a big kick to the face. Daniels hits Angle with another forearm, but falls to a back body drop. Styles tags in and he beats on Daniels in the corner before hitting a big backbreaker. Styles teases the Styles clash, but Daniels fights it off and tags out to Kaz. Kaz comes in and works over AJ in the corner, but then runs into a big boot. Styles goes up in the corner, but Daniels distracts him and Styles falls with his leg wrapped in between the ropes. Daniels and Kaz take advantage. Quick tags between Kaz and Daniels allow each of them to get in a couple of shots. Daniels hits a huge stomp, taking Styles to the mat.
A double team moves gets Kaz a two count, but another double team maneuver leads to Angle breaking up the pin. Kaz tries for a suplex, but Styles fights it off. Styles suplexes Kaz over into a neckbreaker. Both men make the tag and Angle comes in as a house of fire, taking it to Daniels with a huge belly to belly suplex, then a German for Kaz and one for Daniels too. Angle hits the Angle slam, but a pin is broken up by Kaz. Angle hits Kaz with a big German, then a second, and when Kaz grabs on to Daniels, Angle German suplexes both. Angle pulls down the straps and locks on the ankle lock on Daniels. It’s broken up by Kaz.
Daniels tries for angel’s wings, but Angle counters. Styles comes in with a springboard forearm. Styles hits a moonsault into a reverse DDT on Kaz and regular DDT on Daniels. A kick from Kaz catches Styles off guard and allows Daniels to hit a DDT. Daniels and Kaz catch Angle, but Styles comes back, planting Kaz with a big facebuster for a two count. AJ takes Kaz into the corner and seats him on the top turnbuckle. Styles goes for a superplex, but Kaz pushes him off into the ref. Angle leaps into the corner for a belly to belly superplex, but he walks into an STO from Daniels. Daniels and Styles trade blows.
Daniels hits Styles with the urunage, but misses the BME and falls victim to a German suplex rom Angle. Styles hits Kaz with the Pele kick. Angle tags in and hits the frog splash, but Daniels pulls the ref out of the ring. Styles hits a springboard shooting star press to the outside, wiping out Daniels. Kaz tries for the fade to black, but Angle counters into the ankle lock, grape-vining the leg. Kaz is forced to tap.
Winners and NEW TNA World Tag Team Champions: Kurt Angle and AJ Styles