Kazarian called Storm a "monkey fart" and asked if anyone believed any of that. That got some brief "monkey fart" chants going. Kazarian said that what Storm desired more than anything was the World Title. Daniels suggested a tag match between Bad Influence and Storm/Gunner, with the briefcase on the line. The faces attacked the heels and the match appeared to start as we headed into the break,
Match: Gunner and Storm vs Bad Influence
Back from the break, and Kaz is in the ring with Gunner. Gunner climbs the turnbuckle but a distraction from Daniels allows Kaz to hit a high kick and give his team the advantage. Heels dominated Gunner, before he put Daniels in a small package, but the referee was distracted. Gunner got the tag to Storm, who unloaded on Daniels. Storm went to the top and high a high crossbody. Both teams got "blind" tags and Gunner hit a lovely high knee on Kaz. Gunner hit a diving headbutt from the top rope and got the three count on Kazarian.
Dixie was fretting with Rockstar Spud backstage watching the show on a TV monitor. She told Spud to find out who the investor is. We jumped back to Dixie on the phone who was on the phone to her attorney. Roode interruped, they were both frustrated about who the investor was. Roode asked for his title shot after the work he has done for Dixie. Dixie said she couldn't guarentee it. Roode said he was giving her one week to figure it out, and that until it was, there would be no more favours from him.
Eric Young was backstage with ODB. He said that he wanted to win the tag title with Abyss. Abyss walked up with a bag (presumably full of tacks). Meanwhile Spud said he was going to get answers from The Wolves over who the investor is.
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