Following the blow-off of the feud at Bound for Glory though the blood feud came to an end with LAX moving one way and the OGz going another way. Though the "bosses" told both teams to stay away from each other but they didn't mention friends or protégées. This now opened the door for an interesting feud between the OGz and Pentagon/Fenix who were mentored and heavily influenced by Konnan since very early on in their careers. At this point I don't know if these two teams will revisit the feud they had at one point, but if they did it will likely be in a couple of months. If they did revisit this feud though after the OGz & Los Lucha Brothers feud there will be another layer on a feud that already had deep roots to begin with.
Overall this is one of the many ways that Impact Wrestling has improved the outlook of their product this year as they have shifted focus to pay more attention the wrestling. Comparing the WWE & Impact Wrestling it is incredible the differences between the companies with one focusing more on week to week & the other actually having long term overarching stories. Take a guess which one Impact falls under, fact is Don Callis, Anthem, and Scott D'Amore are slowly turning Impact into a stable wrestling company again and it is amazing to watch them do it.