Christian Cage def. Angelico
On one of the Dark shows earlier this week (I don't remember which one), Matt Hardy offered to pay Angelico to take out Christian on Dynamite. He was unsuccessful, obviously, but it was quality match and worked well as the opener. If you told me five years ago we'd be getting Christian vs. Angelico on a major wrestling program, I would've called you crazy, and I'm glad we got it. Hardy attacked Christian afterward, so they're clearly building to a singles match like it's the year 2000 all over again.
Grayson Waller def. Sunil Singh
The Bollywood Boyz definitely aren't my favorite act on 205 Live, but they no doubt do a good job of putting others over, especially those that are new onto the Cruiserweight scene such as Waller. I know absolutely nothing about Waller other than what the commentators talked about, but he impressed me with his performance here. It wasn't the most flashy outing, but it was a rare squash on 205 Live and it worked in showcasing the newcomer Waller.
Jimmy Uso Addressed Universal Champion Roman Reigns
I've seen some people online getting sick of the storyline and I can understand to a degree, but I still find myself invested in this angle with The Usos and Reigns, mostly because I trust it's headed somewhere interesting. Everyone is playing their roles well, including Jimmy who cut a quality promo here basically calling out Reigns for costing him and Jey the SmackDown Tag Team Championship last week. I assume we're getting Jimmy vs. Reigns at some point because they all join together as a cohesive unit.
Scott D'Amore, Don Callis and Tony Khan Addressed the Impact World Championship During an IMPACT and AEW Summit
I was intrigued to see what would happen in this segment more than anything else on the show and I had no problem with it kicking off the night. Callis and even D'Amore played their roles well, but what this segment proved to me was that Khan should never be a regular on-air character. He's just too damn awkward. We found out here that Kenny Omega vs. Moose for the Impact World Championship at Against All Odds will be happening at Daily's Place (AEW's home turf) on Saturday as well as that the winner will defend against Sami Callihan at Slammiversary. Both announcements were notable and I'm interested to see whether Omega vs. Moose will happen in front of an audience or if the venue will be empty.