Impact Wrestling announced Thursday that AEW duo Private Party will challenge Doc Gallows and Karl Anderson for the Impact Tag Team titles at No Surrender, on Saturday, February 13 in Nashville.
Isiah Kassidy and Marq Quen became number one contenders for the titles on this past week's edition of Impact, after defeating Chris Sabin and James Storm. AEW President Tony Khan, as well as AEW official (and former Impact star) Jerry Lynn, sat ringside in a scouting capacity. In the match, Private Party's manager Matt Hardy provided a distraction that allowed his team to win.
The Good Brothers have been at the core of Impact and AEW's cross-promotional warfare, along with AEW World champion Kenny Omega, and Omega's adviser/Impact official Don Callis. The three wrestlers teamed together to defeat Sabin, Moose, and Impact World champion Rich Swann last Saturday at Impact's Hard to Kill.
Gallows and Anderson are also set to compete on this week's AEW Dynamite, teaming with The Young Bucks to face The Dark Order in an eight-man tag.
No Surrender will air on Impact's exclusive streaming service, Impact Plus.