NWA World Tag Team Champions La Rebelion def. Abismo Negro Jr. and Taurus (Non-Title)
It's worth noting that La Rebelion came out with their NWA World Tag Team Championship belts, but I don't believe they were referred to as such by the commentators, which is weird because there has been a working relationship between MLW and the NWA in the past. Nonetheless, this was an enjoyable outing. Negro and Taurus had a solid showing and La Rebelion tend to have good matches. No reason was given as to why this match happened on an MLW program, though.
AAA Mega Champion El Hijo del Vikingo, Rey Horus and Psycho Clown def. MLW National Openweight Champion John Hennigan, Sam Adonis and Gringo Loco
This match had far more shenanigans than the opener and thus I didn't like it as much. It was all over the place and the action was hard to follow at times. However, it had its moments as there was a ton of talent in there and the crowd was into the action. Vikingo in particular shined as he always does thanks to his awe-inspiring aerial offense. Hennigan and Adonis were the only MLW regulars, so nothing felt like it was accomplished.
If you were looking for meaningful MLW storyline progression, then this was not the show for you. Like last week, Mexico provided a cool new atmosphere, but it feels like they've been airing matches that were meant to be exclusive for the live crowd because all of this stuff hasn't served a purpose. There was some development in between the matches in the form of video packages, but that's about it. This was on par with last week's episode in that it was solid on the whole albeit inconsequential.