Jon Moxley and Eddie Kingston def. AEW World Champion, Impact World Champion and AAA Mega Champion Kenny Omega and MT Nakazawa
For the record, I'm only going to refer to Omega as holding all of those titles whenever he comes out with them, and he did on this show. I say that because sometimes he'll come out with the AAA Mega Championship on Dynamite, but most weeks he doesn't and he's held that title for almost two years. Nonetheless, this was a perfectly fine match designed to move the story along with everyone involved. I know AEW already has too many tag teams, but Moxley and Kingston are the perfect partners and I'd honestly like to see them be the ones to beat The Young Bucks for the AEW World Tag Team Championship at Double or Nothing. Nakazawa took most of the beating here, but the babyfaces were attacked by the entire Elite afterward. Moxley vs. Omega has been done to death, but as noted, if we get Moxley and Kingston vs. Young Bucks out of this, then all of these beatdowns might be worthwhile.
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Isiah "Swerve" Scott def. Leon Ruff in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
I knew this was going to be a fun match based off how enjoyable their last encounter was, but I didn't expect them to go all out the way they did. This was an absolute blast and a hell of an opener to the show. I'm not a fan of Ruff scoring the occasional big win over people who shouldn't be losing to him (such as Scott and Timothy Thatcher), but the fact of the matter is that it makes sense given he's a former NXT North American Champion and should be winning once in a while. Thankfully, Scott once again beat him here. AJ Francis, who has been seen in the background of Scott's recording studio during his recent promos, aided Scott to victory and I love the idea of Scott having his own stable. Again, this was a wild match and easily the best either guy has had in NXT to date.
Jennacide def. Skye Blue
As much as I hate her name and her look, Jennacide isn't terrible in the ring. Granted, she hasn't impressed me a ton the few times I've seen her in action in the NWA and on AEW Dark, but she definitely stands out, if nothing else. In fact, I've been more impressed by Blue, who's apparently only been wrestling for five years. This was a classic David vs. Goliath-type match with Blue fighting from underneath and ultimately falling short. It was a solid showcase for both women and was decent while it lasted.