Delmi Exo def. B3CCA
I'm not a fan of B3CCA's singing shtick, so I'm glad we didn't see too much of that here like we did in her debut. She's perfectly passable in the ring, so this was a nice little opener. Exo was already in line for an opportunity at the MLW World Women's Featherweight Championship, so it made sense for her to win this match. She'll get her shot against Taya Valkyrie on next week's episode.
1 Called Manders def. Yoscifier El
Manders has been in action on MLW programming before, but we don't know much about him and thus I don't have a reason to care about him at this point. This was a straightforward squash for him as it should have been. Having him be competitive with someone we've never seen on the show before (or at least someone I'm not at all familiar with) would've been the wrong call. We'll see if Manders can build momentum from here.
MLW National Openweight Champion John Hennigan def. Willie Mack
It's cool to see Mack getting exposure in both MLW and Ring of Honor at the moment. The problem is that, no matter what company he's in, he can never seem to win when it matters most. This was no exception, but it was an entertaining main event, nonetheless. I could have done without all of the outside interference from Hennigan's group, but at least it put more heel heat on them.
I really liked the main event as expected, but honestly, the best part of the show may have been the video package for The Mane Event, which featured a behind-the-scenes look at their recent MLW World Tag Team Championship match. Hopefully this means they'll be making more appearances going forward because you can't come away from that video package not wanting to root for them. This was easily the best Fusion of the three we've gotten since the show returned. The first two matches were inconsequential, but the main event delivered and there was solid hype for some upcoming matches.