There's no question that Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin have been one of the most – if not the most – talented tag teams in wrestling over the past few years, and in 2010, TNA finally made better use of all that talent. After the TNA world tag team title was declared vacant in June, the Guns defeated Beer Money in a title tournament final that stole the show at the Victory Road pay-per-view in July. The Guns went on to hold the title for the rest of the year. Their first title defense came in the form of a fantastic best-of-five series against Beer Money. The teams split the first four matches – which were a Ladder Match, Street Fight, Steel Cage Match and Ultimate X Match – and saved the best for last. On a special episode of Impact in August that was dubbed "The Whole F'n Show," the Guns defeated Beer Money in a 21-minute, two-out-of-three falls match to win the series. In my opinion, it was the second-best match of the year, trailing only the Undertaker-Shawn Michaels match at WrestleMania XXVI. After the series with Beer Money concluded, the Guns engaged in an entertaining program with fellow high-flyers Generation Me. They wrestled each other on three pay-per-views, including TNA's marquee event, October's Bound for Glory, where they had a great match that was the best on the card. The Guns won all three of those matches against Generation Me, and also defeated Team 3-D in an outstanding match at the Turning Point pay-per-view in November.