Kaz got taken out on the floor and left Daniels by himself. Colt and Flip take the fight to the outside, Colt on Bully and Flip on Slias. This got off to a fast start, as Sabin went after the knees of Martinez right from the opening bell. Taylor hit an inverted atomic drop on Nick Jackson, but it broke down soon between The Best Friends and the Bucks, with the Best Friends getting the best of it. Flip tries for a double dropkick, but Bully and Silas are able to move and Flip eats canvas.
The crowd starts clapping as Tenille rises, picks up Sumie but Sumie goes for a wheelbarrow, Tenille blocks it and turns it into a German Suplex, covers but only a 2 count. He came into this match wanting to avenge that aforementioned loss to Lethal from late last year, and he almost went too far as he tried to achieve that goal. I have no idea where they go from here, but that might be a good thing. Lethal dares Will to hit him with the belt, but Will puts it down and they just start brawling outside, with Will going right after Lethal until Lethal catches him and drives him face first into the guardrail. Chuckie throws Matt back in and tags in Okada, and Matt tags Cody.
Will chops back but both men go for their cutter finishers and neither snags it as we get another stalemate. Lock up, evenly matched, but Jay is able to back Will up against the ropes. This meant that Gordon was on the wrong side of a two-on-one situation, and although things looked bleak for him, predictable miscommunication between the heels allowed Gordon to stay in the fight. Cody back in with boots to Trent, whips him into the corner which Trent is able to turn around into a heavy lariat that takes Cody down. I went into this expecting an incredible main event, and these two gave us just that. King realized that he had options, and that was to stop caring about what others think and to focus on what mattered, winning. More back and forth as both get fired up, and each looks for their finisher early but neither able to snag it as they stand off.
In the match, defended her title against. He then turns to Flip, calling him an egotistical spoiled young boy, who never paid his dues. A fine match with a really good angle afterwards. Martinez whips Sabin into the corner but misses the dive, Sabin comes in but eats an elbow, Martinez perches but Sabin with an enziguri stuns him. Lethal looks for 3 and lands that one too, and Will is down at ringside as the crowd chants for Lethal. Tenille stays in control, underhook to Sumie who blocks, Tenille tries to stay on but Sumie catches Tenille and puts her down with a back suplex before heading up top. They immediately lock up and trade shoulder blocks with neither man budging.
Marty calls for the Chickenwing Crossface but Rocky fights it off and ducks a Matt super kick which takes out Marty, Matt able to get Rocky set for Meltzer but Rocky reverses and sends Matt into Nick. Page looks for Rite of Passage, Ishii turns it into a powerbomb but Page out, hits the ropes but Ishii decapitates him with a clothesline for 2. Daniels tries taking on both Briscoes but gets cut off, Daniels fights back again and a double clothesline takes both Briscoes down. After another exchange of moves, Cody ended up hitting the Cross Rhodes on Okada, and Jackson tagged Cody in. And with that the Briscoes make their entrance.
Cody hit the Disaster Kick on Ishii, but Ishii no-sold it and clotheslined both Page and Cody. Sumie looks for Smash Mouth again but Tenille with a couple of roll ups leading to a shot to Sumie that seems to hurt the taped right shoulder of Tenille. But the crowd got into it late, and there were a couple points where I thought the match was about to wrap up. Lethal goes to work moving the guardrail in order to prop a short ladder up against it, but Will in to cut him off. Tenille puts Sumie in the corner and perches her up, Sumie tries to fight back but Tenille climbs and hits a great double underhook superplex and both women are down.
Martinez is a good champion and deserves some more time with the belt, plus the end game feels like Martinez vs. Marty and Rocky started exchanging some strikes, and Chuck Taylor tagged in. Will rolls back in, but realizes he cant win the title on a count out, and decides at the last minute to break the count. Mark with a brain buster on Daniels for 2 as Sky comes down to check on Kaz. The crowd popped huge for seeing Marty vs. They meet in the middle with some shoulder blocks with neither taking the advantage, Liger drops down and King is able to come back in with a shoulder block taking Liger down. Jay pushes Daniels straight into a nice running single leg dropkick from Mark.
Liger throws King back in and looks for an outside suplex but King blocks it, elbows to Liger but Liger reverses, able to dodge King until he gets his legs swept out with allows King to hit a tornillo over the top to the floor, taking down Liger. They did a really nice at getting the crowd behind Daniels once Kazarian got taken out. Daniels looks for Kaz but no one is there, Kaz is still down. Will with shots on Lethal in the corner, Lethal tries to fight back but uppercuts from Will cut him off and he eats a great hesitation dropkick, Will covers for 2. Ishii started the match Hangman Page and both men exchanged some tough shots before Ishii tagged in Okada. Dual chants break out again.
Together, these guys put on a great main event. Sumie fights to break the grip but Tenille makes it to the ropes. The look to meet Flip in the middle but Flip evades and Silas takes down Bully, Flip takes down Silas and Flip looks to whip Silas into the corner table but Bully tackles him out of the way and takes out Flip, but Silas starts arguing with Bully about the miscommunication. The table is brought into the ring and set up by Colt and Flip, they look for a double suplex to end it but Bully moves the table and hits a double clothesline on Flip and Colt. Rocky looks to intervene but gets held by Page for Marty, but Rocky ducks and Marty hits the apron super kick on Page, and then takes out Marty with a knee! Cody and Ishii brawled on the outside of the ring, while Scurll and Romero exchanged strikes on the inside that ended with Marty superkicking Rocky and hitting a powerbomb. The goal here is to give us a great match and those one or two believable near falls to make an Ospreay win seem possible before Lethal retains. These two teams have met several times over the last few years, and their matches are usually pretty good.
This was an incredibly entertaining contest that was the shot in the arm this show was looking for. Nothing wrong with a little unpredictability. Fantastic match, and far and away the match of the night. The action from start to finish was pretty solid, but it did seem slow at points, and it never felt like they got to that next level. Crowd starts clapping for Daniels who powers up, breaks away but gets cut off by the Briscoes and further punished, brought outside and thrown into the guardrail as the ref distractedly keeps Kaz in his corner. Silas and Bully focus on Flip as Ian continues to check on Colt, as the match is now 2 on 1.