AAA Mega Champion El Hijo del Vikingo def. Dralistico and Kommander in a Three-Way Match
Vikingo and Kommander killed it when they went one-on-one back at Supercard of Honor, so unsurprisingly, this was equally chaotic and entertaining. The action was all over the place and it was a lot of fun to follow. It didn't matter who won, but I didn't think the AAA Mega title would change hands on an AEW show. All three worked wonderfully together and the live crowd had a blast with it as well.
Kale Dixon def. Quincy Elliott
I legitimately forgot Elliott was still on the roster. He debuted on NXT TV last year, missed some time due to an injury, returned, and disappeared again. I'm not complaining, though. Elliott's abysmal. He looked slightly better here than he has in the past, but there are others I'd rather see spotlighted over him. Elliott is in such a rut that that the guy can't even beat Kale Dixon, who hadn't won a single match prior to this point. This was whatever.
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.
Dexter Lumis def. Akira Tozawa
It's pretty clear at this point that Main Event will be Lumis' ceiling, which is bummer considering he was gradually getting over during his feud with The Miz before it dragged on for too long. Maybe The Way reuniting will help him get back on Raw more regularly. At any rate, this was a fairly basic babyface vs. babyface bout. Their respective styles didn't match up all that well, so it turned out to be an average outing that felt like it never got out of first gear.