There was a spot with Nakamura running across three tables to hit Styles with the Kinshasa. Styles barely made it back to his feet from the announcer's table before the count of 10. Later, Styles got back up after being dropped on the edge of a table that was set up in the ring. However, Nakamura proceeded to toss Styles through the table set up in the corner. Somehow, Styles was able to get himself back up before the referee counted to 10.
Later in the match, Styles worked on Nakamura's left knee. He hit him with several chair shots, including one that came awfully close to his head. He followed up with a Kinshasa but Styles barely made it back up to his feet before the count of 10. Styles fought back and hit a crazy looking Styles Clash from the top of the steel steps to the floor. Miraculously, Nakamura was able to get back to his feet just before the referee counted him out. Styles hit Nakamura with a low blow at ringside and then he went back into the ring so he could leap from the top rope with a Phenomenal Forearm on Nakamura through the announcer's table. That was enough for Styles to get the win.
AJ Styles is still champion.
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