Sting made his way to the ring. Sting announced that he was filling in for Hogan as GM while Hogan recovered. Sting called out Aces and Eights but Aries came out instead. He warned Aces and Eights that if they showed up tonight, they would have to deal with him. Angle came out and said he wants to fight Aces and Eights too.
Bobby Roode joined the brouhaha, slowly, and he said that he knows who is behind all of the attacks. Roode blamed Storm for the attacks because he’s been out of the title picture for almost a year.
Storm ran out and attacked Roode from behind. The two brawled into the ring. Eventually, Angle pulled Storm off and Roode made his escape.
Kurt Angle and James Storm spoke backstage and Angle asked if Storm was behind Aces and Eight. Storm denied a connection and Angle believed him.
AJ Styles vs. James Storm in a Bound For Glory Series match
The two men worked some chain wrestling in the early going. Claire was shown scowling at ringside and Storm began to take control. Storm worked some power moves and Styles came back off of a dropkick. Styles worked over Storm for the majority of the match and scored several near falls.
Storm hit Eye of the Storm late in the match for another near fall. Styles threw Storm threw Storm into the turnbuckle and followed with a springboard chop for a near fall. Styles went for the Styles Clash but Storm reversed it into an Alabama Slam.
Storm hit a DDT on the apron for another near fall. Styles hit a sudden Pele kick. Styles went right for the Styles Clash but Storm countered with Closing Time. Storm set up for Last Call only to eat another Pele Kick.
Aces and Eights stormed the ring and attacked AJ Styles. TNA immediately cut to commercial.
Winner: No Contest
Backstage, Hervey pointed out how he could be the leader of Aces and Eights. Storm got violently angry and grabbed Hervey by the collar to inform him that that is not how he operates.
Aces and Eights ran out and attacked Angle after the match. Austin Aries, Sting, AJ Styles, and James Storm ran out to fight off Aces and Eights. When Storm came out Aces and Eights booked it from the ring without confrontation. Tenay announced next week we will see Kurt Angle vs. James Storm in a BFGS match.