Against All Odds: AJ Styles Vs. Kazarian

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Styles hits a DVD styles neckbreaker, putting Kaz down neck first across his knee, before Styles takes Kaz down yet again for a near fall. Styles calls for the Styles clash, but Kaz fights it off, tries to reverse, but AJ counters. AJ charges into a big boot and Kaz hits a huge dropkick that launches AJ across the ring and puts him down for another two count. AJ fights back and tries for the Styles clash again, but he's fought away by Kaz. AJ goes out to the apron and Kaz hits him with a shoulder to the gut, before he launches himself into Styles and drives AJ head and face first into the apron. Both men fall out to the floor.

Both men are able to beat the count back into the ring, but Kaz meet Styles with a boot to the side. Kaz whips AJ back into the ring and catches him with a cutter, which lays him out for another two count. Kaz picks Styles up and takes him into the corner, seating him on the top turnbuckle. AJ fights Kaz off, but is met with a big running dropkick that keeps him seated on the top.

Kaz heads up after AJ. AJ tries to fight it off, and he's able to by hitting a head butt. Styles hits the moonsault reverse DDT out of the corner, but he can't keep Kaz down for a three count. AJ stomps away at Kaz before picking him up to his feet, and trying for a suplex. Kaz lands on his feet and connects with a reverse Russian leg sweep type move.

Both men get to their feet and Kaz gets a couple of near falls. Styles gets a two count off of a bridge, then connects with the Pele kick out of nowhere and both men are down.

AJ charges Kaz and is back dropped out to the apron. AJ fights off Kaz and jumps up to the top rope, balances for what seems like two seconds, then hits a moonsault to the outside onto Daniels. Styles heads back into the ring and he's caught by Kaz who hits the fade to black, and lays out Styles for the three count.

Winner: Kazarian

Daniels climbs in the ring immediately following the match so that he can celebrate with Kaz. We get highlights of the match, which was another good outing on this card. is the largest independently owned wrestling website in the world (Source: Alexa). Follow us on Twitter by clicking the "Follow" button below:

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