BFG Qualifier: Kurt Angle vs. AJ Styles
The bell ring with 15 minutes left and here we go. They lock up and Angle backs him into the corner. The ref breaks them and they reset. Angle goes behind and they exchange counters. AJ hits an insane looking dropkick to Angle and takes his head off. AJ continues offense as he leaps into the corner and drops Angle in a backbreaker across his knee. Angle fights back with strikes and stomps in the corner.
AJ comes back with a snap suplex and more methodical offense. Angle blocks another suplex and fights back but AJ gets him and hits the suplex in the corner turnbuckles. Rampage looks on in the back as we go to a commercial.
We're back to action as AJ dropkicks Angle through the ropes and into the announcers. Angle moves and hits a belly-to-belly on the floor. Angle sends him back in and hits a backbreaker. AJ tries to come back but Angle hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. AJ and Angle trade shots in the center but AJ hits a combination and drops Angle with a clothesline. Wow that was cool. AJ comes off with a springboard elbow and gets 2. Angle goes behind and hits a trifecta of Germans. Angle stalks AJ for the Angle Slam but AJ counters in mid-air and hits a DDT for 2. The crowd chants, "This is awesome."
Angle ducks in the corner and hits the Angle Slam for 2. Angle looks as if he is about to cry that AJ kicked out. Angle pulls the straps down and applies the Ankle Lock. AJ gets out and into a calf killer but Angle reverses back to the Ankle Lock. AJ kicks him off and his a spin kick to lay Angle out. AJ goes up top but Angle runs up from behind and tosses him. AJ lands on his feet in the ring and hits a suplex to Angle to the turnbuckle again. Maybe it was a DDT; it was kind of a mix of the two.
DOC and Knux rush the ring as Anderson distracts the ref. AJ moves and DOC and Knux run Angle over. AJ tosses DOC and Knux out as Angle takes care of Anderson. AJ rolls Angle up from behind for the win.
Winner by pin: AJ Styles
Angle is attacked in the ring by Knux, DOC, and Anderson. Rampage comes to the rescue with his chain. Rampage and Angle keep them at bay as they are back-to-back in the ring. We go off the air with Angle and Rampage standing tall.
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