The show opened with ring announcer AJ Pan and his new broadcast partner Amber Madison welcoming everyone to the show.
FWE Tri-Borough champion Jay Lethal vs. Damien Darling (with Rick Silver)
Darling attacked Lethal as soon as he entered the ring, but Lethal fired back with a series of rights. He ran Darling into the ropes, snapping his neck over them, Randy Savage style, as Lethal leapt over the ropes to the floor. Lethal slammed Darling, then went to the top for a flying axehandle for a two count.
Lethal slammed Darling into the turnbuckles, then drilled him with a right for a two count. Lethal nailed a running clothesline. Darling caught him with an RKO out of nowhere for a two count, then worked over Lethal's back and neck. He cinched in a rear chinlock. The fans began chanting for Lethal.
Lethal fired back with a series of elbows. Darling reversed a whip into the corner and when Lethal tried to go up and over, Darling caught him and crotched him on the top rope. Lethal was then caught in another rear chinlock. Lethal elbowed his way out but was caught with a running knee in the mid-section. Darling drilled Lethal with a hangman's neckbreaker for another two count.
Darling went to the top for a fistdrop, scoring a two count. Darling grabbed a side chinlock. Darling worked over Lethal, who came back with a flying forearm and a leg lariat. Lethal nailed a handspring elbow for a two count. Lethal nailed the hiptoss into the cartwheel and legdrop for another two count. Lethal went for a Frankensteiner but Darling caught him and scored a two count. Lethal drilled him with the Lethal Combination and went to the top but Silver distracted him.
Someone made up to look like Darling hit the ring and switched places with him. Lethal tried to pick him up and was caught in an inside cradle for a three count. The double switched with Darling again and ran to the back.
Your winner and new FWE Tri-Borough champion, Damien Darling!
Good opener. The finish shocked the crowd.
FWE Women's champion Maria Kanellis came out to the ring. She showed off the title and said it's taken her eight years to get a women's championship. The crowd chanted that she deserved it. She said that she's faced a lot of people but Tara was one of the hardest opponents she's ever had to face. She said Winter was scary in the ring sometimes. She said that people compare championships but this belt was the best because she holds it. She said tonight she'll be facing Rosita. Winter's music played but no one came out. Maria asked, "What was that?" Winter came from, I think, under the ring and attacked Maria from behind. She took the mic and said that she was the true champion, but has a proposition for her, asking to join the title match and make it a three way. Maria agreed.
Ricky Reyes vs. Jorge Santi
Reyes is making his FWE debut. He's gotten into awesome shape. He went to work on Santi, who caught him with a series of armdrags and ran him from the ring. Reyes pulled him to the floor, where they battled around ringside. Back in the ring, Santi beat Reyes in the corner with a series of punches.
Reyes cut him off and whipped Santi into the buckles hard. Reyes snapped him over with a hard suplex and twisted his neck. Santi tried to fight back but was snapped back to the mat by his hair. Santi fought Reyes off but was caught with a stiff kick. He ducked an enziguri and nailed Reyes with a Russian Leg Sweep. Reyes missed a Stinger Splash and was caught with a spinebuster for a two count.
Reyes whipped Santi into the corner. Santi climbed the ropes but was drilled by a Reyes kick. Reyes nailed him with a superplex into the ring but was shocked when Santi nearly caught him with a small package. Reyes drilled Santi for another two count. He went for another neckbreaker but was caught with a landslide for a two count.
Santi went for a suplex but Reyes went for an armbar. They went back and forth until Santi caught him with a forward roll for the clean pin.
Your winner, Jorge Santi!
FWE Tag title tournament: The Midnight Sensations vs. All Money is Legal
AMIL, K-Murda and K-Pusha, came wearing old school Kango hats with a giant boom box. The Sensations challenged them immediately a dance-off. Chris Rockwell tried to "two step" to LL Cool J so they dropkicked him from behind. Sam Shields tried to mock AMIL but was tripped. AMIL mocked him. Rockwell tagged in but was caught with a STO. They forced Rockwell to wave his hands going "Hey" and "Ho", AMIL continued the double team with a senton off the ropes on Rockwell.
The Sensations cut off Pusha and worked him over until missing a double headbutt. Pusha tried to make it to the ropes for the tag but was cut off. He finally nailed a tornado DDT on Shields and sent Rockwell into Murda, who drilled him, to make the hot tag.
AMIL worked over The Sensations, drilling them with punches in he corner. Murda hit a rana, leaping off the second buckle to snap Rockwell, sitting on the top turnbuckle. That looked great. AMIL drilled Shields to the mat. Rockwell hit the ring and broke up the pinfall, stomping the hell out of them. The Sensations hit a twisting neckbreaker by Rockwell, coming off the ropes as Shields' held Pusha in a Fireman's Carry position.
VSK and EJ Risk came to ringside, arguing with the Sensations. Their distraction allowed AMIL to hit Shields with a forward roll for the pin.
Your winners, AMIL!
AMIL have really matured as personalities since the last time I've seen them. Really fun, entertaining bout with lots of shenanigans. This was the best I've seen out of the Sensation. There were some rough spots towards the end, but I think that was more from everyone trying to do so much and getting fatigued as they went off.