The Young Bucks appeared at the end of tonight’s Impact Against All Odds event, helping Kenny Omega retain the Impact World title.
The Bucks appeared at the end of the Impact World title match, which was held at the Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida. After a ref bump, the Bucks appeared and superkicked Moose, then laid him out with the BTE trigger. They then helped Omega lift up Moose so Omega could pin him with the One Winged Angel to retain the title.
After the match, the lights went out and Sami Callihan, who is set to challenge Omega at Slammiversary next month, appeared and attacked the Bucks with a bat. He then went to Omega and prepared to attack his eye with the bat. Don Callis, who was doing commentary with Tony Schiavone and Scott D’Amore, was angry and ended up firing him, as in storyline he is still an Impact executive vice president. The show closed with D’Amore and Callis leaving, clearly not on the same page.
The idea to move to the Daily’s Place was made on this week’s Impact, with the idea being that The Good Brothers couldn’t interfere in the match. The Good Brothers instead wrestled in Nashville, Tennessee, where the rest of tonight’s card was held. They lost to the team of Tommy Dreamer and Sami Callihan in the opener.