The dissension between Bully Ray and Mr. Anderson should have only one purpose: to totally extinguish the Aces and Eights. Bully will do good away from the group, as he was a good heel before he was unveiled as the president (minus the brief face run in between). Tito Ortiz alongside him will do fine as well. However, Mr. Anderson will most likely briefly feud with Bully Ray (boring), and then wallow in the midcard. As far as Knux, Wes Brisco and Garett Bischoff? Flip a coin.
Jeff Hardy vs. Kazarian was a good match, but Kazarian would have benefited more with a win. With this E.G.O. group trying to spoil everyone's chances of winning, at least it brings some personality to the BFG Series. Plus, Jeff Hardy can be in the main event whenever he wants. Kazarian? Not so much.
ThankYouCleveland,OH.&TWTWW! . . !8-29-13 http://t.co/rTjlGrEQ0x— Jeff Hardy (@JEFFHARDYBRAND) August 30, 2013
Speaking of confusing, AJ Styles vs. Bobby Roode was very much that. Styles needed 10 points to break into the final four, but he pinned Roode, which gave him seven points and did not place him in the finals. This makes me wonder if the 20 point gauntlet match for next week was intentional or a last ditch attempt to right the wrong of Styles' mistake.
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