Impact Tag Team Championships Remain on Impact, Good Brothers Retain at No Surrender

Private Party, consisting of AEW’s Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen, were unsuccessful in their attempt to bring the Impact Tag Team Championships to AEW.

Kassidy and Quen were involved in a three-way title bout on the Impact pay-per-view No Surrender this Saturday.

The match had originally been between Private Party and the Impact Tag Team Champions The Good Brothers (Karl Anderson and Doc Gallows).

However, on the last episode of Impact, Private Party interfered in the Good Brothers’ match with Chris Sabian and James Storm. This resulted in Sabian and Storm being added to the No Surrender championship match, making it a three-way.

Private Party was accompanied to the match by their manager/mentor Matt Hardy. During the match, Hardy hit Storm with a Twist of Fate when the referee was dealing with Gallows who was trying to bring in a chair. Storm was then hit by a Swanton Bomb from Kassidy and a Shooting Star Press by Quen.

Anderson, however, was able to tag himself in and removed Quen from the ring to get the pin on Storm. This allowed the Good Brothers to retain the Impact Tag Team Champions.

A furious Hardy berated Private Party after the match and the trio left the event.