August Grey and Jake Atlas def. The Bollywood Boyz
We haven't seen any interaction between The Bollywood Boyz and Ever-Rise in recent weeks, but I assume they're still allies. As for Atlas and Grey, they've been fun partners before and that was once again the case here. This didn't go long enough to be anything out of the ordinary, but it was well-wrestled while it lasted. Grey and Atlas crossed paths with Ariya Daivari and Tony Nese on the stage afterward, so Grey's rivalry with them obviously isn't over yet.
SmackDown Women's Champion Bianca Belair and The Street Profits def. Bayley and SmackDown Tag Team Champions Dolph Ziggler and Robert Roode
Honestly, the pre-match promos from all six stars were pretty pointless. They felt like filler because you could have cut them out and the subsequent six-person tag team match wouldn't have been any better or worse. That said, the match itself was solid and had a nice pace to it. Montez Ford pinning Roode for the win likely means they'll be in line for yet another opportunity for the SmackDown Tag Team Championship, but I'm ready for the Mysterios to get the next shot. Those teams should face off in a number one contender's match one of these weeks with the winners getting Ziggler and Roode at WrestleMania Backlash.
Scott D'Amore Announced an Impact World Championship No. 1 Contender's Six-Way Match at Under Siege
A Kenny Omega in-ring championship celebration was advertised for this episode, but since he didn't show up initially, D'Amore said he had until the end of the night to appear or he'd be stripped of his newly-won Impact World Championship. That was an effective hook for the rest of the show, along with D'Amore announcing qualifying matches for this week and next week with the winners advancing to the number one contender's six-way main event at Under Siege in two weeks. The segue into Chris Bey's return against Jake Something was also seamless.
Teoman def. Rohan Raja
This marked Raja's NXT UK debut. I believe he was also a member of Desi Hit Squad for a time in IMPACT Wrestling. He had an impressive outing here and I liked that he scored a decent amount of offense before eating defeat. Teoman is relatively new as well, so it would have been too early for him to lose. Teoman apparently broke Raja's arm while applying his finisher (which was made obvious by the snapping noise), giving him an extra edge in the process.