Angel Garza def. Lince Dorado
I'm well aware that I sound like a broken record at this point, but Garza is criminally underutilized. I have no idea why he was being pushed for a few weeks on Raw back in the spring only to return to being a regular on Main Event soon after. The commentators acknowledged his winning ways, but it doesn't mean anything unless it leads somewhere. Despite all that, this was a nice little match from these two. Lucha House Party may be damaged goods as a team, but Dorado and Gran Metalik could do well as singles stars if WWE actually committed to them.
Chris Jericho def. Juventud Guerrera
The stipulation was that Jericho had to win with a move off the top rope. Although I was a toddler when these two were feuding in WCW and wasn't watching wrestling at the time, it was super cool to see Guerrera back on TNT for the first time in over two decades and for him to rekindle his rivalry with an old rival in Jericho. Unfortunately, this wasn't the smoothest encounter and arguably the weakest of all the Jericho labors so far. Guerrera didn't look like he aged much at all, but Jericho's plodding performance was the biggest issue with this outing. I did like that Jericho hit the Judas Effect off the top rope and it was well executed. Jericho's fourth labor next week will be against Wardlow with MJF at ringside. I thought I heard MJF will be the special guest referee, but that must have been a mistake.
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Hit Row (Top Dolla and Ashante "Thee" Adonis) def. Legado del Fantasma (Joaquin Wilde and Raul Mendoza) by Disqualification
I've been digging this faction feud, even though Hit Row didn't do much to officially turn face. Both of these teams have plenty of potential and had an entertaining opener here. I didn't love the show starting with a disqualification, but at least it protected the heels in defeat. The post-match brawl was well done and set the stage nicely for that eventual six-man tag team match. B-Fab getting physical with a chair shot was surprising.