Los Macizos def. Fantastik & Rayo, Lucha Solos, and Anton Carillo & Extassis in a Four-Way Tag Team Match
I don't know if this was officially billed as a Street Fight/No Disqualification match or not (the ring introductions weren't clear), but it turned into one with all the weapons they used. It was your typical garbage match and the crowd was into the action, but I personally found it hard to care because I'm no familiar with any of these AAA wrestlers. It's one thing when you get a match like what we got last week featuring some MLW guys, but this exclusively featured MLW talent and thus I'm not sure why it made the broadcast. It wasn't a bad match, but it ultimately served no purpose airing on Fusion.
Alexander Hammerstone def. Danny Limelight
A vignette from The Calling interrupted Hammerstone's entrance, so it wasn't televised. That was done by design because Hammerstone was MLW World Heavyweight Champion when this was taped in February. Clever. We haven't seen Limelight in MLW in over a year and I'm glad he was used again because he's quite good, but then again, if this was from February and he hasn't been on any of MLW tapings since then, this might have been a one-off for him. He scored more offense than I thought he would, but they had a solid match and Hammerstone went over decisively as he should have.
Despite featuring some decent matches, these shows taped in Mexico in February continue to be a waste of time because they don't accomplish anything from a storyline standpoint and contain outdated footage. The only highlight from this episode was, again, the hype for Never Say Never. They're announcing more matches week by week and feuds are being furthered through vignettes, so I appreciate the effort there. Fusion will seemingly be back to normal next week as Jacob Fatu defends the MLW National Openweight Championship against Rickey Shane Page while Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Tracy Williams battle in the finals of the Opera Cup.