LAX are back at the top of the mountain in IMPACT's tag team division.
The duo regained the IMPACT Wrestling Tag Team Championships after an extended losing streak after dropping the titles months ago. They were victorious in their title attempt against Z&E, but the title change actually occurred on April 26, four days after they lost the titles in the first place. Across those four days, there were three title changes.
You can see an excerpt of the live coverage from Impact below.
LAX meet Z&E on the ramp and they brawl before they get in the ring and Andrew hits a tope out of the ring. Z&E double team Santana for a quick two count before Andrew hits a missile dropkick into a standing shooting star press for a quick two count. Ortiz gets a blind tag before LAX hit a combination neckbreaker and backbreaker for a near fall before Ortiz hits a backbreaker into a reverse DDT for a quick two count. Z takes out both members of LAX before they come back with a back suplex and Andrew hits a springboard powerbomb for a near fall as we go to commercial.
We come back from commercial to LAX in control until DJ hits a tornado DDT and Andrew hits a standing moonsault before DJ hits one off of the top for a near fall. Santana then drags DJ out of the ring before Andrew misses a shooting star press and LAX hit the Street Sweeper for the pin and the win.
Winner: LAX defeat Z&E via pinfall to become IMPACT Tag Team champions when they hit Andrew Everett with the Street Sweeper.
In all, it is this version of LAX's third title reign. In the history of the stable, they've held six tag titles across NWA, TNA, GFW and Impact.