- Team Canada vs. "Team International", 3 on 3 tag - Team International is Sonjay Dutt (Bombay), Hector Garza (Mexico), and Amazing Red (Brooklyn, but "of Puerto Rican descent"). I can't remember who was in Team Canada. Decent match, somewhat marred by Amazing Red not putting much visible effort into it. He wasn't selling anything very well. I liked Dutt and Garza though. Team International won.
- Abyss vs. Shark Boy - Shark Boy has a ridiculous costume, complete with a fin on the top of his mask. Abyss basically has Vic Grimes' old costume. Mostly a squash. Afterwards a guy in a Popeye costume, probably a Universal Studios tie-in, came out to console Shark Boy.
- Dusty Rhodes comes out and talks about stuff. Then current NWA champ Jeff Jarrett comes out and trash talks him, then they fight, then 3 Live Crew jumps in to defend Rhodes. Your basic promo stuff.
- Kid Kash & Dallas (C) vs. America's Most Wanted, NWA tag team title match - Fun tag match. The challengers won. The match was split by commercials, and annoyingly when they came back they cut to a replay of what'd happened during the break right when somebody was about to get powerbombed. They'll get better at timing these things, hopefully. I like how WWE uses a split-screen for replays so you don't miss anything.
- Big documentary-style promo about how X Division makes the world a better place in which to live.
- Chris Sabin vs. Michael Shane vs. Primetime vs. A.J. Styles, four-way match (one fall) for the X Division #1 contendership - This was a spotfest, plain and simple. No real psychology or storytelling, just crazy spot after crazy spot. I'm not complaining though, it was a lot of fun. Styles won out of nowhere, and will face Frankie Kazarian later (can't remember if it's at the next Impact or the next PPV)
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