In this case, 4 on 4 makes much more sense than 2 on 2. The Aces & Eights have 4 members who were presented more regularly and focussed than the others and they seem to be always the same 4 guys (Brisco, Gallows and two others), so exactly these 4 men should be in the match.
Except we don't know for sure these guys are on TV. I've heard that TNA use body doubles during the tv shows since it's cheaper and only use Gallows etc when they're needed. And beyond Gallows, Brisco and Knox we don't know who's in the team. Brisco might appear on the PPV and then attack Sting/Bully during to be revealed as a member. So that leaves Gallows and Knox for the tag.
2 on 2 doesn't seem BIG enough for this angle, IMO. It should be 4 on 4, with Team TNA being Sting, Hogan, Ray and BVD.
Oh Lord @ Hogan and Van Dam. Hogan obviously can't go at this age hence he's just providing support from the sides, brother. RVD is someone I want nowhere near BFG too.
This does make me wonder, if there was any more than 2 on 2, who would TNA use? Anderson and RVD spring to mind, but I have no desire to see either man and I can't think of any other viable alternatives who are free. Maybe the 2 on 2 is more from neccessity than anything.
I think they're saving the big 4 on 4 match for Lethal Lockdown next year.
Does the storyline have the legs to go that far? I suppose it depends how things go post reveal of the leader, but my interest in it is already waning now.