Thrillbilly Silas def. Jake Taylor in a No Disqualification Match
It was interesting seeing Silas play the heel role after being a fan favorite in the NWA throughout the year, but I realize that's because they wanted the Australian competitors to be the babyfaces fighting against the evil Americans. I'm not sure if the stipulation was necessary since they didn't do a ton with it, but this was a well-worked match, nonetheless. Taylor has been impressive on these past two shows and Silas continues to be a treat to watch.
The Southern 6 def. Caveman Ugg and Jake Taylor
The Southern 6 consisted of Thrillbilly Silas and Alex Taylor (no relation to his opponent Jake Taylor). That's the first I've heard of a team name for them because I don't ever remember them teaming, so I assume this was a one-off. I always enjoy Silas' work and Taylor is skilled as well, so they made for a decent team. I can't say their opponents stood out at all, but this was a perfectly passable tag team match.
NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion def. Vampiro and Blue Demon Jr.
I'm not sure if this was announced as a No Disqualification match, but they did use weapons and weren't disqualified for it. Blue Demon Jr. is 56-years-old and Vampiro is 55-years-old, so needless to say, I didn't exactly have high hopes for this. I was actually surprised this wasn't worse, but to their credit, Blue Demon Jr. and Vampiro moved around decently well. It was far from a barn burner, but they made it work.
Komander and Octagon Jr. def. Cyon and Homicide
I'm not sure exactly when this was filmed, but it may have been before Komander signed with AEW. Nonetheless, he's had a handful of entertaining matches so far in AEW and thus I was happy to see him here. I normally couldn't care less about anything involving Cyon, but he's at least competent and he held his own in this outing. The other three guys were largely why this was fun.