The card keeps growing. Titles are what makes most wrestling storylines go around. While a wrestler can get by on star power, it is pretty rare that it works without having won something to get you to the next level. Sometimes that can be based off of one big run as champion or several combined, but at some point a title win is almost required to be seen as a bigger deal. Two new stars will get a chance at some titles later this month.
Back at Slammiversary, the Good Brothers debuted for Impact Wrestling, giving them two of the biggest free agent names in wrestling. The Good Brothers had been released from WWE a few months prior and it was clear that someone was going to get a very nice signing out of the whole situation. Impact Wrestling was the company that made it happen and now they are going somewhere with the team.
On Wednesday, NXT has announced that the Good Brothers will be challenging for the Impact Wrestling Tag Team Titles at Bound For Glory in a four way tag match. The Good Brothers, Ace Austin/Madman Fulton and the North will be challenging for the Motor City Machine Guns’ Tag Team Titles. The match was teased last week on Impact Wrestling with the announcement coming after the Good Brothers and the North both won matches on this week’s show.
BREAKING: The Motor City Machine Guns will defend the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles against The Good Brothers, The North and Ace Austin and Madman Fulton on October 24th at Bound For Glory! #BFG2020
— IMPACT (@IMPACTWRESTLING) September 30, 2020
The team has started off hot. Check out how we got here:
Opinion: You had to know that this is coming as the Good Brothers were some of the biggest stars in the company as soon as they arrived. Throw in the Motor City Machine Guns as one of the best teams of their generation, the North as the recently dominant champions and Fulton/Austin as the wildcards and we could be in for a heck of a match. Impact Wrestling has built things back up in a hurry and this is no exception.
What do you expect from the match? Who will leave with the titles? Let us know in the comments below.
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