I'd kinda like it if he did, but since his bride is about to die, I feel like they will go out together somehow. And that bastard Shen Yen wants to get rid of him too, so, if I had to make a prediction, that would be it.
With Tian's power around, I don't see how other parts would be possible. Since he can just go and destroy anyone. But if Shen Yen call's the shots, resistance becomes a possibility.
Yes a question now is: what will be the villain to defeat after this war: Shen Yen or Tian? It's possible Ah Gou beats Tyan. The fight against Zi Yu left him weakened, and Ah Gou will try to smash him much more now that his uncle was killed by him. Still we don't know what surprise Shen Yen has for Tyan, but sure it won't be good neither for him. Fron this point of view it would be Tyan will be killed and Shen Yen will be the next villain, with uncertain result for Ah Gou.
An alternative to it would be that Tyan has such a tremendous level of power that he can overcome to the situation, and he will defeat Ah Gou; but in the final moment, She Yen will enter the scenario with his surprise and will interrupt the fight; Ah Gou will be able to escape, and likely Shen Yen will be killed by Tyan. That would result in the preservations of the main premises of the story: the ancient powerful god subjugating the humans who struggle to gain their freedom, etc… There are other things in favour of this other possible development: Ah Gou's father died using the phoenix and the story has foreshadowed that the phoenix is necessary to beat Tian. Shi Yin has the phoenix, so... I've been wondering how the phoenix is going to end in Ah Gou's hands, and now I wonder if it's going to happen ever.
Anyway, it would a great plot twist, if Tyan is not the final villain. Whatever will be the outcome of the war, it should have to be believable. But the author is that good in keeping the intrigue alive ...