There was a time when Six-Man Elimination Tag Team Matches were Roman Reigns’ bread and butter. Well, The Club just went and ate his lunch. The freshly reunited trio of AJ Styles, Luke Gallows & Karl Anderson showed why they were a dominant force in Japan in their six-way rumble with The Big Dog and his family, drawing first blood when Gallows right-handed Jey Uso into a tights-assisted pin by Anderson.
Anderson paid the price only minutes later when Jimmy Uso rolled him up, but Styles landed a Phenomenal Forearm to oust Jimmy and make it a 2-on-1 affair. A Spear took out Gallows and then it was down to Reigns and Styles, who picked up where they left off last week, down to Reigns setting Styles up for a trip through the commentary table. Gallows returned and smashed Reigns with a chair to end the match in a disqualification, but the ensuing brawl ended with a standoff between the Extreme Rules opponents over a steel chair. This particular confrontation ended in an armistice, but perhaps, like a certain black-clad trio of old, The Club is simply biding its time for the proper moment.