Trey Miguel def. Chris Bey, Laredo Kid and Steve Maclin in an Impact X-Division Championship No. 1 Contender's Four-Way Match
These are four of the very best in the X-Division, though I don't really look at Maclin as being an X-Division guy (despite him contending for the championship a time or two late last year/earlier this year). It was the usual enjoyable opener from the X-Division, even though nothing they did stood out in a meaningful way and it will likely be forgotten a week from now. Although I could have done without Bey being the one who got pinned, Miguel was a logical winner as he beat Mike Bailey before Bailey became Impact X-Division Champion at Slammiversary, so this gives Bailey a chance to avenge that loss.
Samoan SWAT Team (Juicy Finau and Lance Anao'i) def. Los Aztecas
Unless this was already a thing and I'm just learning about it now, Jacob Fatu looks to be forming his own faction called Samoan SWAT Team consisting of himself, Finau and Anao'i and I'm all in. They confronted Cesar Duran to start the show and then Finau and Anao'i made quick work of Los Aztecas. These three can be an absoute force to be reckoned with if they can maintain this dominance going forward.
Blair Davenport def. Angel Hayze
Davenport suffered an injury earlier this year that kept her sidelined for a few months, but I'm glad she wasn't out longer. Her being back is a big boost to the NXT UK women's division and I maintain she should be the one to dethrone Meiko Satomura as NXT UK Women's Champion. While this didn't need to be as long as it was, this was essentially an extended showcase for her. She didn't show much ring rust, either, which was encouraging.
Mustafa Ali def. T-Bar
I was shocked T-Bar lasted as long as he did in the Last Chance Money in the Bank Qualifying Battle Royal on Monday's Raw. And no, I don't see that as any sort of sign he's about to be pushed. The same can be said for Ali, who has barely been featured on Raw since failing to beat Theory for the United States Championship at Hell in a Cell earlier this month. If it wasn't already obvious, the RETRIBUTION crap killed both of these men's careers. On the bright side, they work well together and had a nice match in the time they were allotted.