Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic (Quarterfinals)
MSK (Wes Lee and Nash Carter) vs. Drake Maverick and Killian Dain
Lee and Carter go all out on Maverick, who is used as a weapon by Killian to gain an advantage. Maverick maintains dominance and Dain throws his rivals over the third rope before the commercial break.
Maverick takes over but is outmatched and Carter takes over. MSK dominates, but Killian prevents them from connecting the count of three. After a struggle in the ring, West connects a Neckbreaker and allows Carter to iron his rival.
Winners: MSK On Account Of Three
MSK will face next week’s winner in the semifinal between Legado del Fantasma and Lucha House Party.
Dusty Rhodes Women’s Tag Team Classic (Round 1)
Dakota Kai and Raquel Gonzales vs. Robert Stone Enterprise (Aliyah and Jessi Kamea)
Raquel doesn’t even try to beat Aliyah. Kamea takes advantage of an elbow against the canvas and connects some blows.
But his rival relieves Dakota before losing the advantage. The rules are in danger until Kai gains distance and maintains the advantage of his team. A DDT from Aliyah forces both women to relieve. Raquel’s Clothesline and Chokeslam over Kamea for the win.
Winners: Dakota Kai And Raquel Gonzales On The Count Of Three
Dakota and Raquel will face Kacy Catanzaro and Kayden Carter in the semifinal of the tournament next week.
Scarlett draws a tarot card: The Fool. Carrion Kross’s partner makes it clear that someone will have to pay for his mistakes very soon.
The Way is interviewed backstage. The women in the group look hopeful for their victory at the Dusty Classic. Johnny Gargano looks reluctant to give Kushida a title shot. As I try, Dexter Lumis watches the group leave in the distance
Daniel Garcia Vs. Tyler Rust With Malcolm Bivens
After overcoming his rival in the struggle, Rust manages to lock him in an arm lock and crush him against the canvas. He takes a jump from his opponent with an Uppercut and applies a modified Armbar to knock out his opponent.
Winner: Tyler Rust By Surrender
Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic Quarterfinals
Grizzled Young Veterans (Zack Gibson and James Drake) vs. Kushida and Leon Ruff
Drake and Ruff struggle in the center of the ring. Those of the United Kingdom recover the ground and brutally attack their rival.
Leon escapes and applies a Neckbreaker to Gibson. Drake takes over and Kushida is also present. The one from Japan dominates until his rivals apply a joint lock from the third string.
Ruff intercepts Zack with a Clothesline but misses a jump from the top rope. GYV ends with a team maneuver for victory.
Winners: Grizzled Young Veterans on account of three will face next weeks in the semifinal between Undisputed Era or Tommaso Ciampa and Timothy Thatcher.
Kushida is attacked by Johnny Gargano after the fight. Austin Theory tries to help him but is spooked by Timothy Thatcher in the stands. The Wayleave the scene with their rival against the canvas.
Curt Stallion takes a Legacy of the Phantom attack backstage. The group receives a reprimand from William Regal, clarifying that there will be consequences for them if Stallion is attacked next week. Santos Escobar goes through his luggage and finds the letter from The Fool that Scarlett took out at the beginning of the show.
Toni Storm takes a microphone in the ring and talks about Io Shirai. She clarifies that she will soon achieve the ultimate feat by snatching the NXT Women’s Championship from her. Shirai appears and realizes that she doesn’t like Toni. The two exchange blows until Mercedes Martinez attacks the champion from behind. Storm finishes the job and poses next to the belt.
IMPERIUM stars in a promotional video, warning that the original group will be reuniting very soon.
Isaiah Swerve Scott Vs. Bronson Reed
The action was soon transported to ringside, where Reed manages to launch his rival from the legs and leaves him on the ground for a jump from the ring. Scott looks for a lock in the center of the ring, but his opponent manages to get up and returns the punishment. Scott escapes from Bronson and the two grapple over one of the cornerbacks. Reed falls to the ground and receives the 450, but is still in the race. He gets up and leaves his rival on the ground with a Tsunami Clothesline. 1 … 2 … 3 …
Winner: Bronson Reed On The Count Of Three
Tommaso Ciampa and Timothy Thatcher give a promo together backstage. They clarify that there are fights to win and lose, but there are others that can only be memorable beyond their result. They confirm that next week they will go to war against the Undisputed Era.
Finn Balor And Kyle O’Reilly Vs. Oney Lorcan And Danny Burch
The tag team champions are dominated in the first place. O’Reilly receives pressure in his arms and Burch locks him in a padlock around his neck. The one from Undisputed Era manages to get up and relieves Bálor for the counterattack. The rapid relay series is cut short when Lorcan shows up to break in but is outmatched by his rivals before the commercial break.
Lorcan finds the space and together with his partner, they maintain control over Bálor. The two competitors exchange blows until they reach the mat and relieve at the same time. Kyle dominates over the champions until he receives Burch from his leg for a surrender lock. Danny hits the mat and the bell rings.
Winners: Finn Balor and Kyle O’Reilly by surrender
Pete Dunne appears by surprise! His teammates finish off Balor and O’Rilley before the other members of Undisputed Era show up to help their teammates. The rude clear the ring and everything indicates an alliance between Balor and UE, but the champion leaves the ring in pain to close the day.
End of the stream.