Karl Anderson and Luke Gallows had their crack at the tag team titles in a standard match against The North, and they made the most of the opportunity by winning gold at Impact’s Tuning Point special event.
The match began with The North focusing heavily on attacking Anderson. Gallows eventually got the hot tag to clean house. Ethan Page and Josh Alexander rebounded with a flurry of head kicks and forearm blasts. They put the big man down with a double team front slam. Gallows stayed alive on the cover.
The North tried to end it with a teamwork finisher, but Anderson pulled the top rope low to send Page crashing to the floor. The Good Brothers executed a neckbreaker suplex combo on Alexander. They set up their Magic Killer finisher, however, Page used big kicks to save his partner. All four men pounded on each other.
The match reset to feature Anderson and Alexander getting physical. Anderson rallied hard with a spinebuster to Page and a Gun Stun to Alexander. The Good Brothers finished Alexander off with the Magic Killer to win the Impact tag belts.
The North’s second title reign only lasted 21 days.
Are you happy for the Good Brothers’ success? Or would you have preferred a longer run for The North? Does winning Impact gold make the Good Brothers’ overall career resume worthy of the Hall of Fame?