Bobby Roode, Christopher Daniels and Kazarian cut an in-ring promo, in which they continue to show their alliance for the sake of advancing in the Bound for Glory series. Daniels names the group the Extraordinary Gentlemen's Organization—or E.G.O.—and Roode attempts to recruit Austin Aries to be a part of the cause. James Storm and Gunner appears, which leads to an impromptu match of Roode/Kazarian vs. Storm/Gunner, in which the heels win. Storm and Gunner has not really been very impressive as tag champs, and something must happen soon before those belts have the same relevance as the now-defunct TV title.
Joseph Park vs. Christopher Daniels vs. Jay Bradley vs. Hernandez was a much better match than expected. As I said before, Park's character is definitely refreshed with Eric Young as his manager. Both have quirky personalities, and work well together. The win would have benefited Daniels much more, but I supposed there are greater ideas in store for him in the coming weeks.
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