Alex Kane def. Delirious
This was filmed in February, well before Kane won the MLW World Heavyweight Championship at Never Say Never, hence why I'm not listing him as such. Delirious has been a fine fit for MLW and he's serviceable in the ring, but he really shouldn't be having competitive matches with Kane at this point. Kane squashing him here would've made more sense, but oh well. What we got from them was solid.
Jack Cartwheel, Willie Mack and Myzteziz def. Black Danger, Dinamico and Genio del Aire
With the involvement of AAA talent, you had to know this would be one of those chaotic trios matches and it followed that "formula" to a tee. All six guys had some time to shine and the crowd ate it up. From a storyline standpoint, Mack was the only one who really needed to be showcased considering he'll be challenging Kane for the title at Fury Road next month, but that obviously wasn't the intention when this was filmed six months ago. Nonetheless, it was fun for what it was.
In recent weeks, MLW has been airing content from their April tapings and I was hoping they'd finally move on to airing the stuff taped the night of Never Say Never. Instead, they aired these two matches from February's MLW/AAA Super Series show in Tijuana and I have no idea why. Both bouts were well wrestled, but they're super outdated and served no purpose from a storyline standpoint. On the bright side, the profile packages for Mack and Delmi Exo that aired in between the matches were excellently produced, and we also got comments from Matt Cardona regarding his match with Mance Warner at Fury Road, so it wasn't a completely inconsequential episode.