Ichiban def. TJ Crawford
Ichiban beat Tracy Williams at Fury Road and this was a nice way to keep his momentum going. Crawford has popped up in the past and is a good worker from what I've seen. There wasn't much to it due to being on the shorter side, but it was a nice match while it lasted. It shouldn't be long before Ichiban is chasing the MLW World Middleweight Championship and these wins will keep him on the right track.
B3CCA def. Tiara James
B3CCA is being built up for an opportunity at the MLW World Women's Featherweight Championship, so it makes sense to give her a string of victories beforehand. I'm still not a fan of her singing shtick, but she's improving in the ring. I was actually more impressed with James, whose work I'm familiar with from the independent scene. She was said to be one of MLW's newest acquisitions, so I assume we'll be seeing more of her going forward.
Microman def. Sam Adonis by Disqualification
Adonis brought up in a promo last week the history he has with Microman from Mexico. The match was what you'd expect, but the crowd was into it and Adonis played his role well. It ended in a disqualification when Gene Snisky got involved, but Microman was still able to Adonis his comeuppance once Second Gear Crew made the save and helped him "pin" Adonis. This felt like it was designed to explain Adonis' departure as I'm not sure what other purpose this was supposed to serve.
Salina de la Renta's appearance was the big hook coming into this episode as she was set to speak, but it turned out to be a brief backstage segment. I'm glad she mentioned Cesar Duran because that means he might be on his way back, but surely they could have gotten more out of her appearance. The rest of the show felt like outdated content, especially since Adonis announced months ago he had left MLW. It was decent on the whole, but there was nothing meaningful about this episode.