MLW World Middleweight Champion Lince Dorado and Microman def. Delirious and Mini Abismo Negro
It feels like Microman is featured on these MLW shows more than anyone else on the roster short of Alexander Hammerstone. He's obviously over with the MLW audience, so my opinion hardly matters, but he's better in smaller doses because most of his matches follow the same formula. Dorado is talented, so having him in there helped, but this was the same Microman match we get all the time. The crowd seemed to enjoy it, if nothing else. I have nothing to say about the post-match angle because the execution of those attacks from the masked men continues to be goofy.
WWE NXT Review - February 28, 2023
NXT North American Champion Wes Lee def. Nathan Frazer
The visual of the NXT men's locker room fighting backstage to answer Lee's open challenge was definitely goofy, but it made sense from a storyline standpoint and we don't see that sort of thing often. I'm happy Frazer made his return as he was out injured for a few months. The timing was terrible coming off his great showings in the Best of 3 Series with Axiom and in the NXT North American Championship Ladder match back at Halloween Havoc, but he had an standout performance here in what was a really fun opener. The open challenge gimmick is working very well for Lee so far.
Action Andretti def. Tony Deppen
Andretti just lost to Sammy Guevara last week on Rampage, so he was able to regain some of his momentum here. Then again, how much momentum does he really have at this point? He beat Chris Jericho back at Winter Is Coming in December, but aside from a tag team loss on Dynamite several weeks ago, we haven't seen him do much at all on Dynamite. On the bright side, he feels like a perfect fit in the Face of the Revolution Ladder match on Dynamite this week. It was a questionable call for him to be competitive with Deppen (an unknown to most AEW viewers I assume), but at least Deppen wasn't made to look like a bum before he resurfaces on ROH TV.
NWA World Women's Champion Kamille and La Rosa Negra Exchanged Words
This started out as Kyle Davis interviewing Negra before bringing out Kamille. Apparently they have history from when Kamille started training years ago. This didn't lead to anything significant, but I hope it was designed to plant the seeds for a future match between the two. Kamille has run through practically the entire NWA women's division and Negra is one of the only names left she hasn't beaten. Nega has been really impressive as of late and thus I'd have no issue with her being the one to take the title from Kamille.