Week of 12/5/2016 - 12/11/2016

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    AJ Styles may have injured his ankle at TLC.

    Mickie James has been offered a full time contract.

    Monday Night Raw
    Date: December 5, 2016
    Location: Frank Erwin Center, Austin, Texas
    Commentators: Michael Cole, Byron Saxton, Corey Graves

    We've less than two weeks away from Roadblock and the top of the card seems to be set. The big story continues to be Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens but the big question is how to keep Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte going even longer. They've only had five title changes in about four months and that's just not enough. Let's get to it.

    We open with a long recap of Seth Rollins/Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens/Chris Jericho, including everything last week that set up the Roadblock main event.

    Here's Seth to get things going and he gets right to the point: he wants HHH. Life is about choices and one of the choices he made cost him a lot of his career. That was trusting HHH, but now he wants to get his hands on Chris Jericho. This brings out Owens, who doesn't want to talk about his best friend's health. Owens and Rollins don't like each other very much but Kevin wants to talk about his Christmas presents. First up is a US Title match when Jericho will challenge Reigns for the title. Other than that we have Jericho vs. Rollins at Roadblock and a third match taking place right now.

    So wait. NOW we're going back to the HHH feud? I'm glad we're getting somewhere with it but this feels like your standard Raw storytelling: we don't have any reason to do it now but it has to be done so let's just do it now and hope for the best because the details will work themselves out. Is it that hard to do ANYTHING to make this feel a little more natural?

    Big Show vs. Seth Rollins

    Show has REALLY slimmed down and is billed at 395lbs. Show tosses him around to start but Seth dropkicks the knee. More kicks to the legs set up the springboard knee to the head but Show doesn't go down. A top rope version works a bit better but Show just shrugs it off again. Owens tries to yell at Show and gets chokeslammed for his efforts, leaving Show to walk out in what seems to be a mid-match face turn. Rollins wins by countout at 5:15.

    Rollins superkicks and Pedigrees Owens.

    Video on Jack Gallagher. He debuts tonight and we're all better because of it.

    Jack Gallagher vs. Ariya Daivari

    Gallagher does the spinning wristlock to start and makes sure to smooth out his hair for good measure. The handstand walk gets him out of a headlock as we hear about Gallagher's influences: Mankind, X-Pac and Steve Austin. Well he has good taste. The headbutt to the chest sets up the running corner dropkick and Daivari is done at 2:43. Gallagher is going to be a STAR if they give him the chance.

    Daivari shakes his hand but takes out Jack's knee like a villain should.

    Owens yells at Mick Foley and says this wouldn't happen if Stephanie was here. Foley really doesn't care and walks away. Owens goes up to see Jericho, who just got here. He runs the matches by Jericho but Chris says the two of them aren't good.

    Enzo and Big Cass are in the back when Rusev and Lana are arguing a full fifteen feet away. Enzo goes over to defend Lana's honor so she takes her ring off and throws it away. The certified G looks stunned and sends Cass away so he can pick up the ring. He asks Lana how she is doing and Lana looks sad. I'm enjoying this idea WAY too much.

    Post break Enzo and Lana are still talking and she doesn't think her husband understands her. She thinks Rusev needs to be taught a lesson. Maybe he wouldn't take her for granted if another man appreciated her. This leads to an invitation to Lana's hotel room. Wouldn't that be Rusev's room too? Lana leaves and Enzo dances.

    Sami Zayn vs. Kevin Owens

    Non-title as this feud just won't go away. They slug it out to start with Owens bailing to the floor. Sami follows and gets sent into the barricade, followed by a big flip dive to the outside. That's fine with Zayn as he hits one of his own, sending us to a break. Back with Sami fighting out of a chinlock and grabbing a tornado DDT onto the apron.

    The dive into another DDT knocks Owens silly but he's fine enough to hit his swinging superplex for two. Back to back Cannonballs have Sami reeling so he does a third tornado DDT. The half and half suplex sends Owens flying, followed by the Blue Thunder Bomb for two. A quick Pop Up Powerbomb finishes Sami in a hurry at 10:30.

    Reigns comes in to see Jericho and the words STUPID IDIOT are uttered. Basically Reigns says don't get cocky.

    Video on Sasha Banks vs. Charlotte from last week.

    Sasha challenges Charlotte to an Iron Man match for Roadblock. As for Ric Flair, Charlotte doesn't deserve to live in his legacy.

    We look at Charlotte yelling at her dad back in May.

    Rich Swann vs. TJ Perkins

    Non-title. They shake hands to start and Swann gets taken down off a shoulder. Back up and Swann scores with a dropkick and does a little dabbing. We hit a waistlock on Perkins for a bit until he dropkicks Swann's knee out. There's a running dropkick to knock Swann out of the Tree of Woe for two. Perkins goes to the top and dives almost into the spinning kick to the face to give Swann the pin at 5:51.

    Bayley vs. Alicia Fox

    This is over Bayley giving Cedric Alexander a Bayley Bear (yes that's a real thing) even though Fox has a thing for Alexander. Fox gets knocked into the corner to start but grabs the northern lights suplex for two. We're already in the chinlock but Bayley pops up with the Bayley to Belly for the pin at 2:20.

    Enzo: “My mind is telling me no but my body is telling me bada boom go to the hotel room.” Cass isn't sure but Lana texts Enzo with a picture included. Cass seems to change his mind as Enzo runs off. Rusev comes up to ask Cass where Lana is. A match is made for later.

    Emmalina is here next week.

    Mark Henry vs. Titus O'Neil

    Titus is marketing this as the Tussle in Texas. World's Strongest Slam ends Titus in 25 seconds.

    Enzo is waiting on his Uber but gets a limo containing Ric Flair instead. Ric gives him the limo upon hearing about the foreign blonde.

    Jericho wants Owens to stay in the back.

    US Title: Chris Jericho vs. Roman Reigns

    Roman is defending and is actually driven into the corner to start. The Superman Punch is countered with a dropkick and a clothesline puts the champ on the floor. A big dive to the floor takes Reigns out again and we take a break. Back with Reigns caught in a chinlock for a bit before being tossed out to the floor.

    The Lionsault only gets two and the fans are getting WAY into Jericho all over again. A Samoan drop and Superman Punch get two on Jericho and the Codebreaker is countered into a sitout powerbomb. Roman goes shoulder first into the post though and we hit the Walls. As Reigns grabs the rope, cue Owens for a superkick. The Codebreaker gets two on Reigns but the Canadian argument sets up the spear to retain the title at 13:43.

    We look at Flair and Charlotte's split again.

    Rusev vs. Big Cass

    And there's no Rusev because, as anyone paying attention could tell you, it was a trap. Cass mouths the word “oh crap” and commandeers someone's phone.

    We IMMEDIATELY cut to Enzo at the hotel but he won't answer the phone because it's listed as unknown. Enzo knocks on the door and Lana opens up in a very short robe. Legs are shown and Enzo takes off the jacket despite being nervous. They both down some champagne and Lana rips off his shirt. Enzo eventually agrees to take off his pants and of course Lana reveals that Rusev is here. The beatdown is quickly on and Enzo is massacred. A vase to the head knocks him out and Rusev throws him out in the hall.

    Anderson and Gallows vs. Cesaro/Sheamus

    The winners get New Day, at ringside here, next week for the titles. Anderson and Gallows go outside and get in New Day's face to start but the Europeans run them over, sending the cereal flying. Back from a break with Cesaro fighting out of Anderson's chinlock and escaping the Magic Killer with some help from Sheamus. The hot tag brings Sheamus in for the ten forearms to the chest but everyone winds up on the floor for the brawl with New Day and that's a no contest at 9:58.

    It's time for the big ending with Charlotte (who has accepted the Iron Man challenge) apologizing to her dad. We see her yelling at Flair (that makes three times tonight) but it was even harder to see Flair raise Sasha's hand last week. Charlotte says no one can imagine how hard it is to be Ric's daughter because of how big his legacy really is.

    Then last week she saw her dad raise Sasha's hand and she knew she had failed as his daughter. Flair comes out and hugs her but, of course (that's a trend tonight) she slaps him in the face. Cue Sasha but Charlotte Alley Oops her face first into the post. Charlotte mocks Flair crying and walks away to end the show.

    Seth Rollins b. Big Show via countout
    Jack Gallagher b. Ariya Daivari – Running corner dropkick
    Kevin Owens b. Sami Zayn – Pop Up Powerbomb
    Rich Swann b. TJ Perkins – Spinning kick to the head
    Bayley b. Alicia Fox – Bayley to Belly
    Mark Henry b. Titus O'Neil – World's Strongest Slam
    Roman Reigns b. Chris Jericho – Spear
    Anderson and Gallows vs. Cesaro/Sheamus went to a no contest when all four brawled with New Day


    Date: December 6, 2016
    Location: Toyota Center, Houston, Texas
    Commentators: Mauro Ranallo, John Bradshaw Layfield, David Otunga, Tom Phillips

    It's a big night here as we're past Tables Ladders and Chairs and getting ready for Royal Rumble. Before we get there though, two titles are on the line tonight with AJ Styles (on a bad ankle) defending the World Title against James Ellsworth and new Tag Team Champions the Wyatt Family defending against former champion Heath Slater/Rhyno. Let's get to it.

    We open with the ending of Sunday's show where Ellsworth turned on Ambrose to cost him the title. Ellsworth's explanation: he's beaten Styles three times so why would he want to fight anyone else? Makes sense actually.

    Here's AJ in a walking boot and street clothes to open the show. Styles talks about the tragedy of Sunday but is talking about his torn tights. Apparently AJ isn't cleared to wrestle tonight but here's Ellsworth to start the match now. That isn't happening though and Ellsworth thinks Daniel Bryan is protecting him. After all, Ellsworth has his number and can beat him a fourth time. AJ laughs off the idea that Ellsworth helped him get the title and says Ambrose handed Ellsworth every win. Cue Ambrose to give Ellsworth Dirty Deeds and immediately leave. Again, makes sense for him.

    Tag Team Titles: Wyatt Family vs. Heath Slater/Rhyno

    Slater and Rhyno are challenging. Heath forearms Orton down to start and Bray does even worse by charging into a boot to the face. Rhyno comes in but it's WAY too early for a Gore as we take a break instead. Back with Rhyno in trouble as the champs take turns working him over. A shoulder lets Slater come in and Orton gets neckbreakered for two. It doesn't last long though as Bray runs Slater over. Sister Abigail is loaded up but Bray tags Orton instead so the RKO can retain at 9:15.

    Kalisto says speed kills.

    Natalya vs. Carmella

    Before the match Carmella insults Natalya's weight and says she's just jealous of everyone else's looks. No match at the moment as Natalya tackles Carmella and chases her to the back.

    Natalya goes after Carmella but runs into Nikki Bella instead. Nikki is all serious as Natalya apologizes before walking away. I know they want Nikki to be the big hero of the division but I'm really not buying it.

    Baron Corbin compares cruiserweights to flies.

    Hype Bros vs. Ascension

    Both teams want the titles. Viktor knees Ryder in the head to start and Zack is in early trouble. Ascension takes turns with a variety of stomps to the back until a neckbreaker puts Konnor down. The hot tag brings in Mojo to clean house and the Hype Ryder puts Viktor away at 3:30.

    It's time for MizTV with Miz asking for his “YOU DESERVE IT” chants. Anyway the guest this week is Ambrose, who should be livid at Ellsworth. Instead he's pretty calm, even after he got Ellsworth everything he has. Miz accuses Dean of manipulating Ellsworth for his own benefit and then hides behind Maryse. Sunday was so bad for Dean that Miz has a present for him: the first ever Miz Participation Award. Fans: “YOU DESERVE IT!” Violence is teased but here's Bryan to interrupt and make the obvious main event. That earns a YES chant so Bryan makes it a title match.

    Kalisto vs. Baron Corbin

    Chairs not included. Corbin throws him outside to start and gets a near fall. Kalisto kicks him in the head and scores with a moonsault to the floor. Back in and Kalisto speeds things up but the springboard spinning tornado DDT is countered into End of Days for the pin at 2:49.

    Nikki meets singer Sophia Grace and they get along.

    Chad Gable vs. Tyler Breeze

    This is due to Gable ripping up a fashion police ticket earlier today. A monkey flip sends Breeze flying early on but a trip to the floor lets Breeze take over. Tyler's chinlock doesn't go anywhere so Gable takes him down with an exploder suplex. Jordan suplexes Fandango on the floor, leaving Gable to hit a Rolling Chaos Theory of all things (rolling German suplex) for the pin at 2:32.

    Here's Alexa Bliss for her championship celebration, complete with a long pyro display. The fans don't seem happy and want Becky so Bliss laughs about taking the title from her. Cue Becky to say how hard it is to hold onto the title because she wants her rematch right now. Bliss takes off the jacket but bails to the floor like you might expect.

    Opening segment recap.

    Intercontinental Title: Miz vs. Dean Ambrose

    Ambrose is challenging and Maryse has changed her outfit. It's a headlock to start (safe way to go) and Dean throws him outside, only to have Maryse block a suicide dive. Back from an early break with Miz having to escape Dirty Deeds. The second attempt goes just as badly as Miz takes him into the corner and starts in on the knee. A shinbreaker sets up a double knee stomp as things slow down.

    The Figure Four is broken up and Dean sends him outside for another suicide dive. That leg certainly healed fast. Miz gets two off a DDT and it's time for the YES Kicks. They head up top with Maryse crotching Dean, allowing Miz to hit Bryan's running knee for a close two. Cue James Ellsworth to point out the crotching but it makes the referee miss Dean rolling Miz up for two. The Skull Crushing Finale finishes Ambrose at 13:31.

    Ellsworth is upset to end the show.

    Wyatt Family b. Heath Slater/Rhyno – RKO to Slater
    Hype Bros b. Ascension – Hype Ryder to Viktor
    Baron Corbin b. Kalisto – End of Days
    Chad Gable b. Tyler Breeze – Rolling Chaos Theory
    Miz b. Dean Ambrose – Skull Crushing Finale


    Date: December 7, 2016
    Location: Full Sail University, Winter Park, Florida
    Commentators: Tom Phillips, Corey Graves, Percy Watson

    This is another interesting show as it's a combination of the regular taping and the NXT Title match from Osaka, Japan with Shinsuke Nakamura challenging Samoa Joe for the title. It's also nearly time to start getting ready for Takeover: San Antonio, which is only about six weeks away. Let's get to it.

    We open with a quick video hyping up the title match.

    Opening sequence.

    Here's DIY to get things going with the new champs coming in through the crowd to celebrate. It takes some time for the cheering to die down but Paul Ellering and the Authors of Pain cut them off before anything can be said. Ellering talks about how awesome they are until the Revival cuts them out with the fans singing their song. Revival gets to ringside and says the Authors only won because Revival was out of the tournament. The Authors come down to shove Revival around with Ellering saying they're coming for the titles. I'm thinking a rematch is in order to set up the Authors' opponent and that's just good.

    We're getting a new commentators and it's.....Percy Watson? Yes that Percy Watson. As in the guy you haven't thought of since he was released. I have no idea why he's here or what need he's filling but he's certainly here.

    No Way Jose/Rich Swann vs. Sanity

    Sanity confirms their heel status by cutting the pre-match dance off. It's Alexander Wolfe and Eric Young for the team here. There's no Sawyer Fulton here and Eric stomps on Fulton's jacket in some symbolism. Swann and Jose go fast to start by knocking Wolfe out to the floor.

    Unfortunately the announcers have to go out of their way to get Watson in on commentary and it doesn't feel very natural. Swann gets taken into the Sanity corner and it's time for an early break. Back with Swann taking a Bret Hart chest bump in the corner and getting caught in a dragon sleeper from the middle rope. That's not bad.

    Wolfe comes in for his version of dancing and a neck crank to keep things slow. A double clothesline gives Swann a breather and of course equals out several minutes of offense. Jose comes in off the hot tag and gives Young a TKO for two. A big corkscrew dive sends Swann into Wolfe but here's a huge man to send Jose into the steps. The announcers acknowledge him as Damo (formerly Big Damo) as he stares Wolfe down. Back inside, Young's wheelbarrow into a neckbreaker ends Jose at 10:35.

    Sanity looks at Damo, who leaves on his own.

    William Regal makes Revival vs. DIY for the titles on January 11 (that's a long way off for NXT). Tye Dillinger comes in to suggest he should leave NXT after losing to Samoa Joe. Regal cuts him off and offers him a spot in a tournament to crown a new #1 contender. There will be four singles matches with the winners facing off in a four way match for the title shot in San Antonio.

    Eric Young has nothing to say about Damo but Nikki Cross runs into Asuka and stares at the title. Asuka gives her the evil smile. I could go for this.

    Ember Moon vs. Kimber Lee

    Lee is a former Chikara Grand Champion. Moon wastes no time in starting in with the kicks but charges into a side suplex for two. A hurricanrana gets Ember out of trouble and the Eclipse ends Lee at 3:03.

    Here are the matches for the #1 contenders tournament:

    Tye Dillinger
    Eric Young

    Elias Samson
    Roderick Strong

    Oney Lorcan
    Bobby Roode

    Andrade Cien Almas
    No Way Jose

    NXT Title: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Samoa Joe

    Joe is defending and is quickly kicked into the corner for Good Vibrations. A poke to the eye gets the champ out of trouble and we take a break. Back with Nakamura in an STF which is turned into a Crossface which is turned into a rope grab. A German suplex looks to set up Kinshasa but Joe snaps off a powerslam for two instead.

    Nakamura gets out of the Muscle Buster, only to get caught in the Koquina Clutch. It's the standing version though (I believe we call that a sleeper) and Joe releases for a string of suplexes instead. Joe kicks him out to the floor and loads up the Rock Bottom onto the steps. That earns him a bunch of strikes to the back and neck as Nakamura takes over for a change. Back in and Nakamura can't keep him up in a fireman's carry. Instead he goes to the middle rope so the middle rope knee to the head can set up Kinshasa for the pin and the title at 10:45 shown.

    We'll actually see the cage match next week on NXT.

    Sanity b. No Way Jose/Rich Swann – Wheelbarrow neckbreaker to Jose
    Ember Moon b. Kimber Lee – Eclipse
    Shinsuke Nakamura b. Samoa Joe – Kinshasa


    Impact Wrestling
    Date: December 8, 2016
    Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida
    Commentators: D'Angelo Dinero, Josh Matthews

    It's the last regular show of the year as next week will be Total Nonstop Deletion because it's a good idea to give the Hardys their own show. The big story this week is the World Title on the line as Eddie Edwards defends against Ethan Carter III. You can almost guarantee a screwy finish of some kind as TNA loves leaving us hanging. Let's get to it.

    We open with a recap of the World Title match with both guys seeming to have a lot of respect for each other.

    Here's new Grand Champion Moose for an opening chat. We get the YOU DESERVE IT chant, which is really starting to lose meaning. The guy has been around less than six months and has only been wrestling on the big stage for less than two years. Anyway, Moose promises to be a fighting champion but here's Drew Galloway to interrupt.

    Drew says the title was built for him and now he could have a match of the year against someone like Moose. The fight is about to begin but here's Aron Rex (now clean shaven) to interrupt. Rex says three seconds isn't enough time for a match and threatens to sue the fans for, and I feel stupid for saying this, Rexual Harassment. He'll have his rematch right now.

    Grand Championship: Moose vs. Aron Rex

    Rex is challenging and wastes no time with the loaded up punch, which knocks Moose out on the floor. Back in and Rex can only get two so we hit the chinlock. Moose makes a quick comeback to end the round but Rex still takes the first. Rex uses his evil towel to blind Moose to start the second and it's ANOTHER chinlock. The Wind-Up Elbow gets two on the champ and more elbows give Rex the second round. Round three begins with Rex hammering away again, only to get dropkicked off the top. The Game Changer retains the title at 7:36 total.

    Eddie says he's ready.

    Galloway rants about TNA not holding the tournament for him.

    Aiden O'Shea vs. Mandrews

    O'Shea goes for a slam but the much smaller Mandrews falls on him to take over. Aiden's big forearm hits the apron by mistake and now he's ticked off. The shirt comes off and the slow beating begins, only to have Mandrews send him outside. That means a big flip dive as I'm wondering why I'm supposed to boo this guy. A springboard seated senton sets up a shooting star press to end O'Shea at 5:48.

    Mahabali Shera/Al Snow vs. Tribunal

    Indian strap match, meaning they're bound at the wrists by straps and you win by touching all six corners. They brawl on the floor to start until the wrists are strapped, meaning the Tribunal can start choking. Snow's comeback is cut off but it's too early to touch the buckles. Low blows and straps to the back have the Tribunal down and a double low bridging allows Snow and Shera to win at 5:19.

    We see Matt Hardy asleep with the Seven Deities telling him about something called Apocalypto.

    Ethan is ready for the title match and makes fun of Eli Drake for not being able to talk.

    Here are the Hardys to talk about Tag Team Apocalypto next week. Matt says the match will be so big that Mc-Mahon or Hayman couldn't promote it. There will be regular stars of the Impact Wrestling roster and even King Maxill will make his debut. The Tag Team Titles will be on the line in an open challenge to any tag team in the history of space and time.

    Cue Shane Helms (He still works here?) to say he'll be there. Matt can't wait to see 3 Count or the superheroes back in action. Helms is actually bringing the Helms Dynasty and promises to be there. Cue Decay to say they'll top the Great War when they appear as well. Helms takes a Twist of Fate.

    After a break, DCC says they'll be in North Carolina next week too.

    Laurel Van Ness vs. Allie

    Madison Rayne is on commentary. Before the match, Maria laughs at Allie for pretending to be a wrestler. Allie says she's been training with Braxton Sutter, which freaks Laurel out. Sutter comes out to watch from ringside as Laurel starts beating Allie up. Allie gets in a suplex as Sutter and Mike Bennett fight to the back. With the men gone, Laurel misses a charge in the corner and a reverse DDT puts her away at 5:11.

    Maria tries to get in and is shoved right back down.

    Video on Carter vs. Edwards.

    Allie is all happy and kisses Sutter in celebration.

    Total Nonstop Deletion ad.

    TNA World Title: Ethan Carter III vs. Eddie Edwards

    Eddie is defending and they trade armbars to start. A running knee lift cuts Eddie off and sends him to the floor as they're definitely taking their time here. Ethan gets two off a knee drop and we take a break. Back with Carter getting two off a suplex and we're off to a chinlock.

    That goes nowhere so Eddie hits a top rope hurricanrana to very little reaction from the audience. They chop it out until Ethan is knocked outside for the suicide dive. Eddie's rollup is countered into a sitout powerbomb for two but the TK3 doesn't work. Back up and the champ gets crotched on the ropes for the superplex into a small package near fall.

    Carter speeds things up until the Boston Knee Party sends him outside. The TK3 connects on the floor but Carter still can't put him away. The Backpack Stunner is countered into Ethan's rear naked choke, only to have Eddie roll onto his back. It's a double finish as Eddie taps at the same time as the three count at 20:35.

    The match is ruled a no contest so Eddie retains. Replays show that Carter's shoulder was up at two anyway but it's not acknowledged. I'm guessing Carter goes heel after this.

    Moose b. Aron Rex – Game Changer
    Mandrews b. Aiden O'Shea – Shooting star press
    Al Snow/Mahabali Shera b. Tribunal – Snow and Shera touched all six buckles
    Allie b. Laurel Van Ness – Reverse DDT
    Eddie Edwards vs. Ethan Carter III went to a no contest with a double finish




    The Tribunal is gone from TNA.



    Quick Results

    Monday Night Raw
    Seth Rollins b. Big Show via countout
    Jack Gallagher b. Ariya Daivari – Running corner dropkick
    Kevin Owens b. Sami Zayn – Pop Up Powerbomb
    Rich Swann b. TJ Perkins – Spinning kick to the head
    Bayley b. Alicia Fox – Bayley to Belly
    Mark Henry b. Titus O'Neil – World's Strongest Slam
    Roman Reigns b. Chris Jericho – Spear
    Anderson and Gallows vs. Cesaro/Sheamus went to a no contest when all four brawled with New Day

    Wyatt Family b. Heath Slater/Rhyno – RKO to Slater
    Hype Bros b. Ascension – Hype Ryder to Viktor
    Baron Corbin b. Kalisto – End of Days
    Chad Gable b. Tyler Breeze – Rolling Chaos Theory
    Miz b. Dean Ambrose – Skull Crushing Finale

    Sanity b. No Way Jose/Rich Swann – Wheelbarrow neckbreaker to Jose
    Ember Moon b. Kimber Lee – Eclipse
    Shinsuke Nakamura b. Samoa Joe – Kinshasa

    Impact Wrestling
    Moose b. Aron Rex – Game Changer
    Mandrews b. Aiden O'Shea – Shooting star press
    Al Snow/Mahabali Shera b. Tribunal – Snow and Shera touched all six buckles
    Allie b. Laurel Van Ness – Reverse DDT
    Eddie Edwards vs. Ethan Carter III went to a no contest with a double finish

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